Summer films that will have you screaming
From the return of the Ghostface killer to a cutthroat competition between pop stars and a bunch of killer cats, the summer horror season will have people screaming in their seats.
Ghostface got things started with the fourth film in the “Scream” slasher series opening in Korea yesterday.
What began in 1996, the “Scream” franchise has since become one of the most successful horror films ever. But frequent parodies and a tired plot wore down audiences and the creators, and it has been a decade since the release of “Scream 3” (2000).
In order to differentiate it from its predecessors, new characters have been added to the fourth “Scream,” according to Kim Tae-ju, a public relations official at All That Cinema, the film’s Korean distributor.