Neve Campbell not returning for Scream 6 due to failed salary negotiations

Filming of the next entry to the Scream franchise is slated to begin this month, but apparently it will be doing so without the series' main star. Neve Campbell officially announced today that she won't be returning to her role as final girl Sidney Prescott in the next installment, stating that the decision ultimately came … Continue reading Neve Campbell not returning for Scream 6 due to failed salary negotiations

5 reasons why Scream 5 is the superior sequel

**This article contains spoilers for all Scream films.** In watching Scream (2022) over the weekend, I was pleasantly surprised by a variety of things. First, I was surprised that the fifth installment of a 25 year-old horror franchise, released in the middle of January, was so...good. It's extremely rare, especially in the horror genre, to … Continue reading 5 reasons why Scream 5 is the superior sequel

New Scream trailer hints at an OG character’s death

The first trailer for the upcoming Scream reboot has been released. It features legacy characters such as Neve Campbell's Sidney Prescott, Courteney Cox's Gale Weathers, and David Arquette's Dewey Riley reuniting in the wake of a series of attacks committed by an all-new Ghostface. New cast members include Jenna Ortega (You), Jack Quaid (The Boys), … Continue reading New Scream trailer hints at an OG character’s death

Fear Street flips the script on queer horror stereotypes

**SPOILERS** The final chapter of Netflix's Fear Street film series was released this past week, reaching a blood-soaked climax that saw queer couple Deena (Kiana Madeira) and Sam (Olivia Scott Welch) as the final girls no one saw coming. Traditionally speaking, LGBT characters in the horror genre tend to range from non-existent to being the … Continue reading Fear Street flips the script on queer horror stereotypes

Syfy is resurrecting the Bring It On franchise as a slasher film

Syfy is putting the "horror" in "horrifying" next year. Bring It On, the popular cheerleading franchise that began with the original hit movie in 2000 and includes 5 (!) sequels, is finding new life on the cable platform. However, this time it will be less of a comedy and more of a...slasher movie? Tentatively titled … Continue reading Syfy is resurrecting the Bring It On franchise as a slasher film