‘Scream’: David Arquette reveals the SECRET to making a good horror movie …



“Pânico” (2022) won a new video at the CCXP which features testimonials from the cast and unseen scenes.

To the question “What makes a good horror film?” David Arquette replied:

“I think he’s a very strong villain. An iconic silhouette… When you see the Ghostface, you are terrified.

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– SCREAM Spain (@Scream_Spain) December 4, 2021

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Terror received a rating of “Rated R” by the MPAA.

In other words, in the United States, children under the age of 17 can only watch the film in the presence of their parents.

The classification was given by “Strong bloody violence, blasphemy and some sexual references”.

The previous four films received a Rated R rating.

Recalling that Paramount Pictures is releasing “Pânico” in Brazil on January 13, 2022, the day before the North American premiere.

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Twenty-five years after a series of brutal murders shocked the peaceful town of Woodsboro, a new assassin appropriates the Ghostface mask and begins hunting down a group of teenagers to uncover the secrets of the town’s deadly past, prompting Sidney Prescott to return to unravel the mystery.

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The cast features the return of Neve Campbell, David Arquette, Courteney Cox and Marley Shelton, as well as introducing newcomers Melissa Barrera, Dylan Minnette, Jenna Ortega, Mason Gooding, Kyle Gallner, Jack Quaid, Jasmin Savoy Brown and Mikey Madison.

Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett are the directors.

The first film in the franchise premiered in 1996 and became an instant revolutionary classic blending elements of slasher horror with cinematic metalanguage. Directed by Wes Craven and scripted by Kevin Williamson, the plot focused on a masked serial killer known as Ghostface, who used slogans and haunting knowledge of genre productions to pursue his victims.

Together, the four iterations have grossed over $ 608 million at the global box office.

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