Horror / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 76%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 82%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 104605

Plot summary

March 19, 2022 at 02:43 AM


Matt Bettinelli-Olpin

Top cast

Jenna Ortega as Tara Carpenter
Jack Quaid as Richie Kirsch
Neve Campbell as Sidney Prescott
Drew Barrymore as Principal
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23.976 fps
1 hr 54 min
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23.976 fps
1 hr 54 min
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1 hr 54 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by mrashtastic89 4 / 10

Honestly one of the worst of the franchise

Scream 5 (idiotically titled Scream) when it's a sequel, is honestly a bad slasher and one of the worst of the franchise, a disgrace to the first one, how does it have a 7.2?

Scream 5 is one of the most predictable slashers I've ever seen, it follows the basic slasher playbook (which we all expected) and thought it could disguise it with just how meta it is.

Honestly, it's one of the least cinematic slashers I've ever seen, almost every character shot is close up, like the film couldn't afford wide angle lenses, I could make a 5 minute short film with my phone and it would be better shot than this piece.

Also, we have the worst Ghostface(s) since the one in Scream 3, their motivations were terrible and incredibly unexplained, also, how the actual tarnation did the one girl survive getting shot 3 times and burned on the stove? No one would survive that, she didn't even have anything to put her out with.

I haven't even gotten to the terrible acting, the only ones who did a good job were Neve Campbell and Courtney Cox, great as always.

It's also extremely sanitized for a requel, I thought it would take some risks, nope, it only kills 1 major character from the franchise, it pulled all the punches and played it safe, which was very disappointing.

We've seen this 4 times before, a copy and paste variant of one of the greatest slashers ever, and the ending is one of the most predictable I've ever seen because we all knew what was going to happen?

If the killers were good killers they would've killed the girls while they could, their motivations were just like everyone else's.

Terrible acting, an extremely formulaic plot line, and a bad filming style make this film one of the worst of the franchise.

And I'm gonna give Scream 5, a D

Reviewed by patrickfilbeck 1 / 10

An arrogant presumption of filmmakers with no originality of their own

Wes Craven's '90s cult horror film "Scream" (1996) was a groundbreaking flick that set numerous trends for the future of the horror genre. It was charming, well-acted and coherent, so it was also simply well-written. The first two sequels were good sequels that were fun, managed to keep a lot of the charm of the original and played a game with the endless sequels that were made in that period of horror classics and today have their very peculiar, but quite nice pop cultural value. The last part of the grand master came years later. "Scream 4" (2011) was not quite in the jolt of the original, and incidentally designed as such, trilogy, but was still entertaining and the signature of the director was still noticeable and valuable. Seven years after Wes Craven's death, the franchise is now being driven to the wall by insanely arrogant film producers and the woke age along with its concomitants of lack of respect and lack of originality of its own.

But from the beginning. The new Scream film claims to be a "Requel", as it also certainly does not forget to mention permanently in the film in clumsy reference to the self-irony of the original. A "Requel", we are instructed in the film, is a mixture of a sequel and a remake. So far so good, but more on that later.

The film actually begins in the classic Scream style and fulfills the one pole of the remake quite alright: an initial murder, which however remains only a murder attempt, the establishment of a circle of friends, (apparent) love for horror films and slasher moments, which now already obviously should not come up short. Then the other pole of a "Requel" comes into play: Connections to the previous parts are built up, old characters are introduced and the myth is dug into as if one were a mole. So it comes out that apparently everything revolves around the previously unknown child of Loomis, one of the two killers from the first part. A classic movie flow is unwound, with allusions to the horror movie world, a classic story progression, and even painfully foreseeable plot developments. As I said, so far so good.

As a viewer, you realize that while the weakest film in the series is taking place before your very eyes here, you still don't get the impression that this part was actually going to be particularly bad either. But to err is human, and trusting modern Hollywood productions is about as appropriate for one's health as stabbing one's heart with a long kitchen knife. The finale of the film should become the confirmation of this thesis and concomitantly the destruction of the preceding 85 minutes. Here the filmmakers, i.e. Screenwriters, directors and producers, seem to have succumbed to a premonition that their film would fail. But this lack of self-confidence on the part of the uncreative rascals was simply passed off, and such a thing is increasingly easy to do these days, in an age of wokeness, the desire for dead discourse, and the lack of ability for one's own self-criticism. Once again, the fans of the original and its successors were identified as the world devourers of modern cinematic art, i.e. Those who always raised a franchise to the Everest that today's uncreative filmmakers keep trying to blow up.

The finale of "Scream" (2022) pursues the thesis that those fans are always the branches in the gears of the bicycle ridden by the well-heeled and only ever demanding Hollywood aristocrats of today. Those fans who make up the very largest part of a potential audience, and who so far seem to have only made the mistake of passionately liking a franchise. The "Scream" franchise is one such franchise that has been kept alive by such fans, fans who are now portrayed as potentially insane murderers in this new installment. At the same time, they are still too dumb to understand modern movies, such as "The Babadook" (2014), and the derivation for this is that they - watch out, cleverness afoot - are into movies like "Scream" (1996), i.e. Those stupid and bad horror movies.

This is admittedly explained in a - attention - "Requel" by just such a luminary of that time. Well, thank you!

The whole thing could have been made humorous and more all-encompassing, perhaps in such a way that modern Woke society gets at least a bit of fat in a reflected way - then you could have taken it self-ironic - but one-sided moralizing of people, the basic ideas of democracy, discussion and the freedom of art is no fun. It's only through the finale that small points in the film that you could have simply overlooked before also start to bother you, but in the retrospective, i.e. After the final viewing of the film, this no longer seems possible. The disrespectful treatment of Dewey (David Arquette), for example, the clumsy man-bashing, i.e. The right-around variant of sexism in the 21st century, and a half-dozen other pandering to a Twitter community, which is 90% sure not a dollar for a tickets to see this film are simply too much of a bad thing. In the end, postulating that the film was made "For Wes" is probably no longer just questionable after having constantly ridiculed one's craft.

Those responsible should be ashamed of this film, but since shame obviously hardly seems to be a thing these days, that's not to be expected either way. Just as little as good counter-arguments from those who refuse to communicate and the modern Lancelots of discourse killers. In such a structure one does not need to mention any names. As is well known, fans of 90s horror wrote them on murder slips anyway and exchange them full of hatred in forums in order to throw branches that break the neck of modern film art into the bicycle spokes. Irony off. But irony also seems to be one of those great things that are almost completely lost these days, so what the heck.

Arrogant, stupid and certainly without such "unfashionable" values as respect and discourse skills.

Reviewed by generationofswine 1 / 10

An Honest Review

Well, you know those remakes that are basically the same thing as the first movie, only remove all plot, all elements of satire, and dumb down what is left while inserting a healthy dose of politics minus the dark satire that came with the original film?

You know, like Ghostbusters 2016, Robocop, Matrix 4, The Force Awakens.... yadda yadda yadda?

Well, this is one of those movies. It's one of those movies that you knew was going to suck when you walked in and you only saw it because you are married to a Millennial?

Yeah, it's one of those.

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LtSnoDawg69 profile
LtSnoDawg69 July 31, 2022 at 08:21 am

My question is how is drew barrymore's character alive if her character got killed in the one with halle berry?

lgfritz profile
lgfritz May 27, 2022 at 07:30 am

Scream is a great movie if you have been watching it in the 2000s till now

sikerten profile
sikerten May 04, 2022 at 12:50 pm

bad movie

claker profile
claker April 23, 2022 at 05:42 am

Thanks Freeman!!!

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ponyboy April 08, 2022 at 04:25 am


thenaneni profile
thenaneni March 23, 2022 at 10:26 pm

It's good horror movie

Heroc profile
Heroc March 22, 2022 at 07:32 pm

This movie made the characters idiots, Right from the start you already know who are the killers and about halfway through the movie you get the killers motive. This is just a cheap shot to make people watch the earlier ones. Great copy, FREEMAN.

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CrouchingWeasel March 21, 2022 at 06:12 am

1080p Web video quality is atrocious. Don't waste your time with it. Looks almost as bad as a cam version.

kai47 profile
kai47 March 20, 2022 at 12:29 am

They should have stopped with first and second movie it's just getting stupider i think the director of scream movies is a Bollywood fan

Malchior85 profile
Malchior85 March 19, 2022 at 05:54 pm

@eddie_bravo86, It was release in 2021 so that's why its under 2021. Came out in theaters December 17, 2021

eddie_bravo86 profile
eddie_bravo86 March 12, 2022 at 03:08 am

SPIDERMAN NO WAY HOME was already uploaded here since 11th march 2022. all those asking can thank me later. But for some reason YTS uploaded it under 2021 instead of 2022, so simply change the year & select latest it's there... ENJOY ????????

darkblaze profile
darkblaze March 11, 2022 at 02:41 am

I'm also waiting on the new spider man movie

Death18 profile
Death18 March 07, 2022 at 04:41 am

The new Spider-Man movie it's not even here yet like i'm waiting and waiting but nothing.

tippyrocks profile
tippyrocks March 06, 2022 at 03:33 pm

I have small brain and request batman or da spidah man movie

tippyrocks profile
tippyrocks March 05, 2022 at 04:03 pm

Neve NAIVE Campbell was a glass blower in 3 to tango. such a deep character study

tippyrocks profile
tippyrocks March 05, 2022 at 03:59 pm

when does duh spider man movie come out duhhhh

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Blurch March 05, 2022 at 12:03 am


todd_the_man profile
todd_the_man March 04, 2022 at 04:14 pm

WTF - let's milk these films with as much jizz as possible and serve sh!te after sh!te to a truly gullible audience!

weightycarlos profile
weightycarlos March 04, 2022 at 04:10 pm

As a long time fan, there are some things I loved about it, and there are things I quite hate. Nevertheless, people should give it a chance.

Mattiymoo profile
Mattiymoo March 04, 2022 at 01:29 am

just out of curiosity are we gonna get spider-man no way home as of yet, or even the batman

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BossChops February 27, 2022 at 09:50 am

Got to agree with everyone else who left a comment, this movie isn't even worth watching!!! Now there is 90 min of my life I'll never get back and never use for anything! LOL What a joke of a movie from a pretty good franchise, but would of all stayed better if they only had the one 1st great movie! Money grab on a great film anyone!???

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gabirodez456 February 25, 2022 at 07:02 pm

As a true fan of the Scream franchise, this movie should have never been made...I mean...what the.....what is this....the actors suck....the story line sucks.....the only good things about this movie is Skeet showing up on mirrors and the way the bad guys died. Other than that.....why...just why.....mondo disappointment!!!

sandyx profile
sandyx February 25, 2022 at 04:16 pm

I'm not sure of how this got such high ratings, but don't believe the hype. I couldn't even finish it..

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EvilPixel February 25, 2022 at 02:59 am

Audio and video are great the movie tho not at all. Come on Bruce why do you keep making these bad movies