As the revival of Wes Craven’s slasher franchise nears the $70-million box-office mark, a new installment is getting underway.
It succeeds in achieving that balance necessary for a “requel” to work: giving fans the familiar elements they want with enough of a new spin.
Death still refuses to be denied, as New Line Cinema has revived one of its most popular franchises.
Ghostface is terrorizing Woodsboro again, targeting familiar faces and newcomers.
A wickedly entertaining mix of human-hunt thrills, bloody splatstick and socially conscious satire.