One of the better horror sequels in history
“"There are certain rules that one must abide by in order to create a successful sequel. Number one: the body count is always bigger. Number two: the death scenes are always much more elaborate - more blood, more gore - carnage candy."
Grossing in excess of 15 times its production budget at the box office, 1996's Scream proved that life still remained in the ailing slasher genre. Naturally, a sequel was swiftly green-lit, and Scream 2 hit multiplexes in December of 1997, barely a year after its predecessor. Yet, despite such a quick turnover time, Scream 2 does not feel like a shoddy rush-job. The only movies more ripe for satire and ridicule than mindless slasher films are the endless sequels to mindless slasher movies, and the filmmakers behind Scream 2 were able to capitalise i” read more