"Talk about their story. Tell them who they are.”
This is a '90s actors smörgåsbord!
Neve Campbell Told A Story About Being Attacked By A Bear, And You Have To Pause What You're Doing And Listen To This
Screaming, crying, throwing up.
Shoutout to Skeet Ulrich's bucket hat.
"Then my friend was like, 'You should just go say hi.' I was like, 'No way.'"
Drew Barrymore Had A Sweet Reunion With Her "Scream" Co-Stars Courteney Cox, David Arquette, And Neve Campbell
"I mean, this movie gave me everything."
None Of Us Are Ready For The New "Scream" Movie, And Here Are Some New Details From The Cast To Prove It
Sidney Prescott is back, baby!
Horror movies wouldn't be the same without these ladies.
Catch up with the OG Woodsboro crew.
Spoiler alert: They're all doing great.
It's nice that some of the Friends cast came out to support Courteney!
"Something about this one just feels different." —Dewey, but also the audience, probably.
"Hello Sidney, it's an honor."
Adam Sandler's love interests in Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore, and The Waterboy all have double-V names.
21 Actors Who Turned Down Major Roles Because They Found Them Offensive, Inappropriate, Or Just Straight-Up Intimidating
You're telling me Sandra Bullock could've been Neo???
The ultimate watchlist for slasher movie fans!
If I saw an alien burst out of someone's chest without warning, I would faint too.
Who would *you* recast as the voice of Ghostface?
I can't believe I watched this when I was 12.
If you didn't try "light as a feather, stiff as a board" at every sleepover, were you even a '90s kid?
There were so many imitators, but only one Scream. (Okay, there were like four movies AND a TV show, but you know what I mean.)
The steamy 1998 thriller, which turns 20 today, offered subtle homoerotic thrills to those of us who were still figuring ourselves out.
This what your faves were looking back on this past year!
Do you like scary movies?
The early '90s anthem you forgot about.
What will the beloved horror movie franchise look like as a TV show? Executive producers Jill E. Blotevogel and Jaime Paglia explain to BuzzFeed News how their series is — and isn't — like the Scream movies.