A teenage girl (Neve Campbell) becomes the target of a killer who has stalked and killed one of her classmates. A tabloid news reporter (Courtney Cox) is determined to uncover the truth, insisting that the man who raped and killed Campbell's mother one year earlier is the same man who is terrorizing her now. Campbell's boyfriend (Skeet Ulrich) becomes the prime suspect.
Neve Campbell and others say good-bye to horror director Wes Craven, while MTV's Scream plans a tribute for the season finale.
We look back at the fascinating career of horror pioneer Wes Craven with nine of his movies that you need to watch, in honor of his passing.
The iconic opening moments from the original Scream movie featuring Drew Barrymore will be recreate for the first episode of MTV's Scream.
The prolific slasher film director took to Twitter yesterday to address rumors about the potential horror series.
Plus, the network announces that Snooki & JWoww is renewed for a third season, and introduces three new shows at their upfront presentation.
The series is going to be lead by ex-MTV executives Tony DiSanto and Liz Gateley.
The Weinstein Company also announced new release dates for Piranha 3DD, Our Idiot Brother, I Don't Know How She Does It and a new video game initiative.
Some interesting developments hit the web about another sequel.
The actress explains why she won't return to the franchise.
News from the mouth of Wes Craven.