Newest franchise addition leaves fans ‘Scream’-ing for more

On December 20, 1996, “Scream” became the highest-grossing slasher film until the release of Halloween. The beloved franchise has attracted many fans and has been a staple in the world of slasher films.
The famous franchise changed the game for slasher films by reviving the horror genre for the second time since the 1980s. But it didn’t stop with just one movie, the series has been running strong for five movies.
The “Scream” franchise is so successful because it breaks down barriers and combats the stereotypes of slasher films in a humorous and fun way. The original “Scream” movie brings instant nostalgia for anybody who loves horror movies. Not only does it have an iconic 90s aesthetic, with its fast plot, action, and violence, but it openly makes references to horror classics loved by many.
After five movies, the “Scream” series will be releasing its sixth movie and picking up the story where it left off in “Scream V”. Many fans are excited about the new movie because of the fresh characters and plot line. Some say that the movie franchise should be put to an end, and has been dragged out too long, while others are sticking around for the fun-loving, classic, and entertaining stories that the series brings to life. On March 10th, the movie will be released and will continue to entertain viewers with a new Ghostface, leaving fans to speculate on the identity of this film’s killer.
Many fans have theories as to what the latest movie will hold. The “Scream VI” ghost face has been said to be something different and fresh from the previous movies. One fan theory is that there will be many different killers, instead of only one or two, and others think the iconic character Stu from Scream I will make an appearance. Starring Jenna Ortega, Melissa Barrera, Samara Weaving, Courteney Cox, Hayden Panettiere, Mason Gooding, and Liana Liberato, the movie promises to deliver outstanding performances and fresh story lines. While the upcoming movie is said to portray a more graphic and ruthless take on the Ghostface killer, it will undoubtedly deliver loyal fans a brand new experience.