Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Scream 3 (2000)

Director: Wes Craven

Stars: David Arquette, Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, Liev Schreiber, Patrick Dempsey, Roger 
Corman, Lance Henriksen, Jenny McCarthy, Parker Posey, Patrick Warburton, Kevin Smith, Jason Mewes, Heather Matarazzo, Jamie Kennedy, Carrie Fisher

In the final installment to this trilogy, a murdering spree begins to happen again. This time targeted toward the original Woodsboro survivors and those associated with the movie-inside a-movie, Stab 3. Sydney must face the demons of her past to stop the killer.

Here we are to the "last" Scream movie. This time the movie takes place in Hollywood on the set of the third Stab movie. It does seem like they were trying to bring in the realness and fakeness of Hollywood horror movies. They were trying to make the two worlds collide in this movie. You have the real characters that all of this happened to, then you have the actors that are portraying those people in the upcoming movie. This has not been done in a horror movie since the 70's. The entire story was not all original. The story for this movie was at least really good.

Just like in all of the Scream movie, there is a huge young semi-well known cast. You have the same actors that have been in all of the movies, then you have the newer actors in the series. Patrick Dempsey was trying to keep his face in the media. He is good at playing a TV cop. Jenny McCarthy does what she does best playing a bad bimbo actress. It just sadly enough fits her with the way she looks. Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes made a cameo as Jay and Silent Bob. I do not know why they did it, but it still worked, and it was a nice surprise. It was really good to see Heather Matarazzo in the movie, even though she was not in it that long. I still really like her. I have no idea why Parker Posey was in this movie. She is so much better than that. Finally, Roger Corman and Carrie Fisher both have a cameo in the movie. They really wanted a big well known cast for this one.

This is not a bad horror movie. There are some great death scenes with a huge explosion. That makes for something. If for some reason you have not seen these movies, then you really need to. Enjoy.

Scream 3 (2000) Trailer

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