Scream VI – Movie Review

Is the franchise running out of breath? (From all the screaming)

What’s it about?

Survivors from the last outing of Ghost Face are living in NYC now, but their murdery problems seem to have followed them.

What’d we think?

It’s always so hard to review these movies without spoilers. If you already love the Scream franchise, this is a good addition to the plentiful bloody line up. It flips the usual script in a few ways that showed a lot of promise but it winds up being more of the same by the end. An enjoyable enough popcorn flick that feels like a filler to further establish the newbies as “legacy characters” so we will forget about some of the OGs who have noped out.

An easy recommendation for fans of the franchise
Elizabeth is a journalist who's been in love with film ever since she pestered the manager at her local video store to hire her at age 14 (Seriously, she went in every Friday at 4pm and asked "Any jobs yet?" Pretty sure he hired her just to shut her up). She started reviewing with Anthony Sherratt in 2004 as a way of justifying the obscene amount of money she spent on movies to her parents. This two-person side-hustle eventually became Super Quick Reviews, which now comprises a team of reviewers from across Australia. She's also now a regular contributor for Empire, the world's biggest film magazine (coincidentally also because she just showed up at the office and pestered the editor to hire her.) A self-confessed media tart, Elizabeth has also written for many other publications including Woman's Day, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Sun-Herald, The Age, Take 5, SheSAID, Mamamia, Your Tango, and My City Life. She likes long walks up the makeup aisle (check out her beauty product-filled instagram @thebeautypalate) and correcting people's grammar.
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