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United States · 1996
1h 52m
Director Wes Craven
Starring Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, David Arquette, Skeet Ulrich
Genre Crime, Horror, Mystery

Ghostface, a killer in a Halloween costume and an avid follower of horror movie “laws” terrorizes the fictional town of Woodsboro, California. As the murder count begins to grow, high school student Sidney Prescott is forced to confront a horrifying revelation from her past.

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What are people saying?

Summer Goldstein Profile picture for Summer Goldstein

“You’re gonna love this one. It’s a scream, baby!” One of the most enjoyable, endlessly rewatchable movies ever. It perfectly pulls off a complicated balance of humor, horror, genre-awareness, and mystery. Well-deserving of its iconic reputation.

What are critics saying?


Dallas Observer by Andy Klein

Craven's other accomplishment here, besides resuscitating the genre, is the way he keeps things scary even when they're at their funniest. The grand finale, while thoroughly bloody and tense, has some genuinely hilarious shtick.


TV Guide Magazine by Frank Lovece

Compared with most of what passes for scary movies these days, this is golden: It's not stupid, it's not wussy and it pulls off a couple of pretty nasty jolts.

50 by John Hartl

Doesn't know when to stop with the jokes about other horror movies and settle down to tell a coherent story.


The Globe and Mail (Toronto) by Liam Lacey

May not be the most scary or the grossest horror film you've ever seen, but it has one distinct feature: it actually talks up to the audience. By the conclusion, you won't be shaking in your seat, but you may enjoy the status of someone who has earned a Master's in Slashology.

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