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Scream Goods: NECA Zombie Ghostface revealed & a raving review for Scream 4

01.08.2011by: Jared Pacheco
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Just the other day I hit you all with the news that SCREAM 4 was getting ready to undergo some test screenings. I know you guys remember that because it was our first look at the full synopsis for the flick.

Well thanks to those test screenings, and Scream-Trilogy, we've got a look at our first SCREAM 4 review... and it's a doozy! Keep in mind this review is coming from a SCREAM fan-site, but apparently the reviewer absolutely loved SCREAM 4! Scope out some pieces from the review:

"This outshines the 3rd one easily. Definitely the bloodiest of all of them, but I feel like they’ll edit some of it down. An unrated DVD would be nice to have though. All the acting was superb. Not one flaw. The opening scene was hilarious and brutal. Definitely a lot of great Williamson writing."

Like I said, take this review with a grain of salt but at least there's a chance this thing will actually be awesome now, right? To scope out the entire review be sure to head right over HERE.

But that's not all! Today we've also got a look at the second 'Ghostface' figure heading our way via NECA. Last month we got a look at figure number one, which sported 'Ghostface' in his usual slashing attire and today we've got a look at 'Zombie Ghostface!' Not much a difference but it seems 'Zombie Ghostface's' mask is nice and cracked. Each figure has over 14 points of articulation and soft goods robe skirt and sleeves to allow for maximum posability. Scroll on down below to check out the goods.

Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell), now the author of a self-help book, returns home to Woodsboro on the last stop of her book tour. There she reconnects with Sheriff Dewey (David Arquette) and Gale (Courteney Cox), who are now married, as well as her cousin Jill (Emma Roberts) and her Aunt Kate (Mary McDonnell). Unfortunately Sidney's appearance also brings about the return of Ghostface, putting Sidney, Gale, and Dewey, along with Jill, her friends, and the whole town of Woodsboro in danger.

Wes Craven's SCREAM 4 will be here before you know it, hitting theaters on April 15th and starring Campbell, Arquette, Cox, Roberts, McDonnell, Hayden Panettiere, Rory Culkin, Marielle Jaffe, Marley Shelton, Anthony Anderson, Alison Brie, Nico Tortorella, Erik Knudsen, Adam Brody and Roger Jackson.

SCREAM 4 (2011)- Extended Trailer #1

Extra Tidbit: Alison Brie (above) can also be found on the current hit TV shows "Mad Men" and "Community."

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10:07AM on 01/10/2011
Looking forward to this.
Looking forward to this.
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3:55PM on 01/09/2011
ALL GOOD!
ALL GOOD!
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3:54PM on 01/09/2011
ALL GOOD!
ALL GOOD!
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6:43AM on 01/09/2011
The scream movies get better with age I watched them all recently, classic trilogy with good ideas funny characters etc, they are just horror movies you can have fun with on so many levels and sexy babes like rose mcgowan and neve campbell. CANT WAIT for scream 4 will be awesome!!!!
The scream movies get better with age I watched them all recently, classic trilogy with good ideas funny characters etc, they are just horror movies you can have fun with on so many levels and sexy babes like rose mcgowan and neve campbell. CANT WAIT for scream 4 will be awesome!!!!
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12:32AM on 01/09/2011
SO glad to see all these positive reviews turning up (there are more positive ones on imdb and scream-trilogy.net all spoiler free). I admit that these reviews could be biased because they are already scream fans reviewing it probably but i think that speaks more for it. Fans might be the hardest and most nit-picky on it and the most die-hard fans who have seen it seemed to have loved it because it went back to its original roots. So pumped for April now!
SO glad to see all these positive reviews turning up (there are more positive ones on imdb and scream-trilogy.net all spoiler free). I admit that these reviews could be biased because they are already scream fans reviewing it probably but i think that speaks more for it. Fans might be the hardest and most nit-picky on it and the most die-hard fans who have seen it seemed to have loved it because it went back to its original roots. So pumped for April now!
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2:00PM on 01/08/2011

excellent!!

about the review i mean! I appreciate why Jared would warn this came from a Scream fan however given how rabid fans can be I would think this would be a better thing to point out given we're the one's who will pick away at the movie more than non-fans.
very glad it had this review. I'm sure some negative one's will pop up - i guess just inevitable of any movie - though i am a bit shocked they'd test screen a movie they'd want to keep so secret. i do hope no-one spoils anything. i HATE
about the review i mean! I appreciate why Jared would warn this came from a Scream fan however given how rabid fans can be I would think this would be a better thing to point out given we're the one's who will pick away at the movie more than non-fans.
very glad it had this review. I'm sure some negative one's will pop up - i guess just inevitable of any movie - though i am a bit shocked they'd test screen a movie they'd want to keep so secret. i do hope no-one spoils anything. i HATE spoilers!
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1:38PM on 01/08/2011
mmmmm mmmmm BITCH!!!!
mmmmm mmmmm BITCH!!!!
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