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Kivili 4

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Kivili 4
Kivili 4 Rating: 61 out of 100 based on 29 reviews.
In Scream 4, Sidney Prescott, now the author of a self-help book, returns home to Woodsboro on the last stop of her book tour. There she reconnects with Sheriff Dewey and Gale, who are now married, as well as her cousin Jill (played by Emma Roberts) and her Aunt Kate (Mary McDonnell). Unfortunately Sidney's appearance also brings about the return of Ghostface, putting Sidney, Gale, and Dewey, along with Jill, her friends, and the whole town of Woodsboro in danger. — (C) Dimension
Cast
Neve Campbell

Sidney Prescott
David Arquette

Dewey Riley
Courteney Cox

Gale Weathers-Riley
Lucy Hale

Sherrie
Roger Jackson

The Voice (voice)
Shenae Grimes

Trudie (as Shenae Grimes)
Dane Farwell

Ghostface
Aimee Teegarden

Jenny Randall
Britt Robertson

Marnie Cooper (as Brittany Robertson)
Alison Brie

Rebecca Walters
Emma Roberts

Jill Roberts
Marielle Jaffe

Olivia Morris
Production
Director:Wes Craven
Producer:Wes Craven (producer)
Iya Labunka (producer)
Carly Feingold (co-producer)
Marianne Maddalena (executive producer)
Ron Schmidt (executive producer)
Bob Weinstein (executive producer)
Harvey Weinstein (executive producer)
Cathy Konrad (executive producer)
Ehren Kruger (executive producer)
Matthew Stein (executive producer)
Writer:Kevin Williamson (written by)
Reviews for Kivili 4
7M Pictures
My level of interest in “SCRE4M” was all over the map this past year. Originally, I really didn’t care about it at all. While I’m a huge horror fan, I haven’t been wild about the “Scream” series. Sure, I enjoyed the first one, and the second one was...
CinemaDope
Let’s see if we can get this straight. “Scream 4,” the latest in the Wes Craven-Kevin Williamson horror franchise, is a post-post modern deconstruction of “Scream,” the hit 1996 slasher movie send-up.
Film.com
Scream 4 is clearly better than Scream 3. There, that’s out of the way. Now we can discuss the pertinent issues that matter, such as the housing market and one’s personal safety standards. Let’s do this.
Read review14 Apr 2011
St. Petersburg Times
Scream 4 does it in grandly Guignol style, mirroring a shift in audience tastes toward sadism of the Hostel sort. Craven also toys with texting and vlogging that weren't invented when Scream 3 debuted, several months after The Blair Witch Project made...
Read review14 Apr 2011
MediaMikes
It’s been a decade since “Scream 3” was in theatres. Since then, the face of horror films changed drastically. Gone were the jolts and jumps of suspense, ..., myself included, has called “torture porn.” But, just when you (and I) thought all was
Read review13 Apr 2011
Reviews for Kivili 4
7M Pictures
My level of interest in “SCRE4M” was all over the map this past year. Originally, I really didn’t care about it at all. While I’m a huge horror fan, I haven’t been wild about the “Scream” series. Sure, I enjoyed the first one, and the second one was...
CinemaDope
Let’s see if we can get this straight. “Scream 4,” the latest in the Wes Craven-Kevin Williamson horror franchise, is a post-post modern deconstruction of “Scream,” the hit 1996 slasher movie send-up.
Film.com
Scream 4 is clearly better than Scream 3. There, that’s out of the way. Now we can discuss the pertinent issues that matter, such as the housing market and one’s personal safety standards. Let’s do this.
Read review14 Apr 2011
St. Petersburg Times
Scream 4 does it in grandly Guignol style, mirroring a shift in audience tastes toward sadism of the Hostel sort. Craven also toys with texting and vlogging that weren't invented when Scream 3 debuted, several months after The Blair Witch Project made...
Read review14 Apr 2011
MediaMikes
It’s been a decade since “Scream 3” was in theatres. Since then, the face of horror films changed drastically. Gone were the jolts and jumps of suspense, ..., myself included, has called “torture porn.” But, just when you (and I) thought all was
Read review13 Apr 2011
Aisle Seat
Here's the thing about Scream 4: in addition to being overstuffed, it's also outdated. When the original Scream opened in 1996, it was a breath of fresh air. The movie came at that moment in time when pop culture was just beginning to embrace ...
FirstShowing.net
Remember Jay & Silent Bob making a cameo in Scream 3? Most of us wish we didn't either. But with Scream 4, 11 years appears to be a long enough hiatus for the cleverness to seep back in.
Read review13 Apr 2011
Crave Online
Signing a non-disclosure agreement is a scary thing. Before they let us film critics into our screening of Scream 4, the first film from the hit franchise in over ten years, they made us sign a scary looking piece of paper that made us promise not to...
Read review13 Apr 2011
iHaveNet.com
In the first few minutes of "Scream 4," the teenage girls home by themselves on a dark night are watching a DVD and discussing the merits and demerits of the "Saw" franchise, which one of the girls refers to as "torture porn" and...
RopeofSilicon.com
There's still life in the now 71-year-old horror master Wes Craven as Scream 4 hearkens back to the excitement and fun the original Scream elicited 15 years ago.
Read review15 Apr 2011
NYDailynews.com
All those tired of the "torture porn" trend will find emphatic support from Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson, who created the genre-redefining "Scream" in 1996, and turn "Scream Four" into their own personal lament for good, old-fashioned slashing.
Read review15 Apr 2011
News Blaze
It's Been a Decade Since The Homicidal Maniac Known as Ghostface (voiced By Roger L. Jackson) Last Embarked on a Harrowing Reign of Terror around The City of Woodsboro.
Read review18 Apr 2011
azcentral.com
Unless you're Wes Craven, in which case it's not enough. That's the point he and screenwriter Kevin Williamson seem to be driving home with "Scream 4," the latest installment in the self-aware horror franchise that hasn't seen a new offering in 10 years.
Read review13 Apr 2011
Reel Advice
It has been more than a decade since "Scream 3" and the slasher genre seems to be floundering once again. Can "Scream 4" influence, change and revitalize the genre once again? Read on to find out our verdict.
Read review4 May 2011
Rolling Stone
Scream 3 hit theaters in 2000, which in Bieber years is about a century ago. Did we need another sequel? Not really.
Read review15 Apr 2011
TV Guide
Scream 4 feels about as clumsy as your grandfather trying to figure out how to send his first text message.
The Austin Chronicle
This reboot of the franchise is too self-referential for its own good.
Read review22 Apr 2011
E! Online
Scream 4 may not be the best-made movie in Wes Craven's series, but it is the most entertaining. Riffing on its own clichés as much as anybody else's, this third sequel is buoyed by a surprisingly witty screenplay...
Read review14 Apr 2011
Movie Line
If Scott is right — and I do think he’s on to something — then modern audiences might find something like Scream 4 to be the most relevant film of the year, maybe even a generation.
Read review14 Apr 2011
Boxoffice Magazine
If there was ever a horror film that made genre fans feel old, it’s Scream 4.
Read review13 Apr 2011
CinemaBlend.com
Craven’s film makes an effort to serve both old and new Scream fans in its audience. Though some fans from the 90s may still find parts of Scream 4 tedious, newcomers are sure to be excited by what this latest entry has to offer.
Koimoi.com
Scream 4 is strictly for fans of the thriller/murder/whodunit genre. What’s more, it offers nothing new.
Read review15 Apr 2011
National Post
In Scream 4, the Bruce Willis hero role is refreshingly filled by Campbell. Her more mature heroine does a lot less whimpering and a lot more ass-whooping. “I’m going to split your eyelids so you can watch me stab you,” the killer taunts.
Read review14 Apr 2011
Birmingham Mail
DIRECTOR Wes Craven and writer Kevin Williamson go back to basics with a third sequel to Scream. This film reinvigorated our appetite for slasher movies back in 1997.
Read review15 Apr 2011
TotalFilm.com
It’s been eleven years since Scream 3 temporarily brought Wes Craven’s film-savvy slasher franchise to a close.
Read review14 Apr 2011
Empire Australasia
Well thankfully, with Scream 4, Craven is back in bloodthirsty form and it’s obvious to see that something has changed for the better. The return to the bloody fold of writer Kevin Williamson, the scribe behind the first two Scream films,
Empire
Fifteen years ago, irony man Kevin Williamson and veteran horror director Wes Craven rewrote the history of the splatter genre by knowingly embracing its rules — or, less kindly, its clichés — allowing filmmakers and audience to collaborate in a bloo
Cinema Autopsy
When director Wes Craven and screenwriter Kevin Williamson teamed up to make the original Scream film in 1996 they delivered something that audiences at the time hadn’t really seen too much of before.
Read review14 Apr 2011
Kc
กลับมาในรอบ 11 ปีสำหรับภาพยนตร์ชุด Scream กับฆาตกรต่อเนื้องในหน้ากากปากหวอสีขาวที่เคยสร้างคำล่ำลือมาแล้วตลอดสามภาค (ทั้งดีและไม่ดี) ถึงแม้ส่วนตัวจะไม่ได้แฟนของเรื่องนี้ซักเท่าไหร่นัก แต่ก็ตามดูมาตั้งแต่ภาคแรกที่น่าประทับใจ
Read review17 Apr 2011
Cast
Neve Campbell...Sidney Prescott
David Arquette...Dewey Riley
Courteney Cox...Gale Weathers-Riley
Lucy Hale...Sherrie
Roger Jackson...The Voice (voice)
Shenae Grimes...Trudie (as Shenae Grimes)
Dane Farwell...Ghostface
Anna Paquin...Rachel
Kristen Bell...Chloe
Aimee Teegarden...Jenny Randall
Britt Robertson...Marnie Cooper (as Brittany Robertson)
Alison Brie...Rebecca Walters
Hayden Panettiere...Kirby Reed
Emma Roberts...Jill Roberts
Marielle Jaffe...Olivia Morris
Nico Tortorella...Trevor Sheldon
Rory Culkin...Charlie Walker
Marley Shelton...Deputy Judy Hicks
Nancy O'Dell...TV Host
Erik Knudsen...Robbie Mercer
Justin Michael Brandt...Film Geek
Anthony Anderson...Deputy Perkins
Adam Brody...Deputy Hoss
Gordon Michaels...Deputy Jenkins
John Lepard...Mr. Baker
Kim Adams...Reporter #2
Devin Scillian...Reporter #3
Mary McDonnell...Kate Roberts
Mark Aaron Buerkle...Dr. Orth
Julia Ho...Reporter #1
Alex Punch...Cocky Student
Glenda Lewis...Reporter #4
William Spencer...Reporter #5
Tim Doty...Reporter #6
Peter Carey...Reporter #7
Wes Craven...Coroner (scenes deleted)
Rebecca Mccarthy...Nurse #2 (uncredited)
Andrew Freij...High School Nerd (uncredited)
Jairus Devon Hill...High School Student (uncredited)
Nicholas Ritz...Park Goer (uncredited)
Arnold Agee...High School Student (uncredited)
Christina M. Bender...Student (uncredited)
Jamie Kolacki...Cop (uncredited)
Kef Lee...Angry Neighbor #1 (uncredited)
Greg Prusiewicz...Extra (uncredited)
Ralph H. Meyer...City Worker (uncredited)
Production
Director:Wes Craven
Producer:Wes Craven (producer)
Iya Labunka (producer)
Carly Feingold (co-producer)
Marianne Maddalena (executive producer)
Ron Schmidt (executive producer)
Bob Weinstein (executive producer)
Harvey Weinstein (executive producer)
Cathy Konrad (executive producer)
Ehren Kruger (executive producer)
Matthew Stein (executive producer)
Writer:Kevin Williamson (written by)
Composer:Marco Beltrami
Cinematographer:Peter Deming (director of photography)
Editing:Peter McNulty
Casting:Avy Kaufman
Nancy Nayor
Production Design:Adam Stockhausen
Art Director:Gerald Sullivan
Set Decorator:Helen Britten
Costume Design:Debra McGuire
Makeup:Ellen Arden (assistant makeup artist)
Shannon Bakeman (additional hair stylist)
Gary J. Tunnicliffe (special makeup effects designer)
Joy Zapata (department head hair)
Elizabeth Cortez (additional hair stylist)
Maggie Fung (key makeup artist)
Kimberly Greene (makeup artist: Neve Campbell)
Norma Lee (key hair stylist)
Dawn Mattocks (hair stylist)
Brant Mayfield (hair stylist)
Brigette A. Myre (makeup artist: Anna Paquin)
Peter Robb-King (makeup department head)
Bree Shea (makeup artist)
Oney Syers II (hair stylist)
Tanya Walker (hair stylist)
Production Management:Eric Bergman (post-production supervisor)
Richard E. Chapla Jr. (production supervisor)
Stuart Burkin (executive in charge of post-production)
Matt Landon (executive in charge of post-production)
Patrick Esposito (post-production supervisor)
Matthew Stein (executive in charge of production)
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