Reviews / 13.01.2022

The year was 1997 and a young pre-teen boy was sitting on the family couch, cowering under a blanket after witnessing the sight of Drew Barrymore's disembowelled body hanging from a tree. 25 years later and the opening of Wes Craven's Scream still has the power to completely take my breath away. You likely don't need me to explain how that unassuming masterpiece changed the very face of the horror genre. Calling it a gamechanger is an understatement. For better or worse, it revitalised the slasher subgenre and...