the end of the 1980s, the slasher genre began to lose popularity. People have lost interest in this genre due to the mass production of cheap films. But the release of the film "Scream" marks the revival of the genre.
What this film differs from their other colleagues? First, it is not stupid countless murders, there is much more important is the atmosphere. All these phone calls, hide and seek in the cupboards. All this makes the film at the breathtaking, really. Second, the unpredictability. Guess who behind the murders, is very difficult. Personally, I have guessed.
The peculiarity of the film are references to other famous horror movies, such as "a Nightmare on elm street", Halloween, "Friday the 13th" and many others.
Acting in film I liked it. NIV Cambpell forever remain in my memory in the role of the demure Sidney Prescott, who courageously opposed the crazy maniac, for whom killing people is not more difficult than to go buy a loaf of sliced. David Arquette as no one else suitable for the role a little bumbling Deputy Dewey. Courtney Cox I familiar for the role of Monica from the acclaimed series "Friends." Her role of bitchy journalism personally, I liked it. Pleased with his short presence and drew Barrymore.
So, it's time to take stock. On my opinion is the best slasher of the nineties. Great actors, unpredictable plot, blood-curdling murder. In one word a great film that definitely deserves your attention.
Never, never, never, under any circumstances say: "I'll be right back".