Review: Scream Movie VI


Rachel Sarge

An illustration of a girl at the window to represent the new horror/slasher movie, Scream VI.

The newest installment of the Scream franchise is: Scream VI. Which had more of a level of horror with our iconic character Ghost Face. Calling his victims and toying with them before striking. In this way making the plot more suspenseful for the audience.

The main characters: Tara Carpenter (Jenna Ortega), Sam Carpenter (Melissa Barrera), Chad Meeks (Mason Gooding), and Mindy Meeks (Jasmin Savoy Brown) all make comebacks from previous Scream films in the franchise. All having multiple encounters with Ghost Face and all of them being injured in some way shape or form. With Ghost Face in their town raises suspicious eyes to be raised to their close friends and relatives of who may be the killer.

Overall, the movie was very well made. From certain scenes of affection between the characters to the horror aspect which left me on the edge of my seat. There were some places I feel could have been executed better. Such as, the plot could have been more developed instead of just Ghost Face showing up many times early on. The end of the movie, I feel, was a success and definitely brought the light of horror like the director intended it to be.