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Though slightly belated, FilmsFilmsFilms fifth movie marathon was a Halloween celebration, a post-modern romp through all four Scream movies back to back. Becoming a companion piece to John Carpenter’s classic Halloween (1978), Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson's Scream (1996) was a modernised and post-modern tribute to Carpenter's slasher movie initiator. Eighteen years after Michael Myers first outing the slasher movie was dead and buried. But Craven took the genre west, swapped rainy Haddonfield for sun soaked Woodsboro and provided the slice and dice picture with an unexpected rebirth that saw slasher films once again clutter the box office as the twentieth century drew to a close
 
 
I was fifteen when Scream (1996) was first released and Craven’s movie became my generation’s Hall ... Read more »
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