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Scream Season 2 Episode 2 – TV Review

Scream Psycho Audrey Ghostface call

I am petrified.

Again, apologies for the late post.

This is an indication of my level of excitement for this show.

Which is even more pathetic considering none of my other shows are actually on right now, and I still can’t be bothered posting a review in a timely manner.

And you know it’s not because I actually have a life. Because I don’t.

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Scream Season 1 Episode 8 – TV Review

Scream Ghosts Will head split

Just kidding. It was rubbish. But I couldn’t resist the pun.

It’s nice that Scream could sense my unease over whether or not to truly like it, and gave me a nudge in the right direction.

Which, for me, obv, is to hate it.

Thanks, MTV.

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Scream Season 1 Episode 7 – TV Review

Scream In The Trenches Emma covered in blood

A tired Mean Girls reference is still wittier than anyone in this show.

Well, praise the Weinsteins, the character death drought is over.

You have to wait until literally the closing seconds of the episode, but it’s there.

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Scream Season 1 Episode 6 – TV Review

Scream Betrayed Emma is the killer

We’re on the same wavelength.

Just kidding. This is part of a dream sequence.

Because everyone loved those so much in Scream 3, right?

Oh.

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Scream Season 1 Episode 4 – TV Review

Scream Aftermath Chirpster poll

Fine. I’ll just vote for Emma, then.

Token Asian isn’t going un-mourned.

Luckily, we’ve got an abandoned hospital to explore, baby.

And a jab at PLL.

Thank you, Scream.

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Scream Season 1 Episode 3 – TV Review

Scream Wanna Play A Game Audrey hangs herself

Alright, alright, Audrey. I apologise. You’re totally not a lesbian. We believe you.

And just kidding on Audrey. She’s not actually hanging herself.

She’s just mock hanging herself in her dead girlfriend’s bedroom while the wake is going on downstairs.

For research.

Much less disturbing.

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Scream Season 1 Episode 1 – TV Review

Scream Pilot Bella Thorne death

Oh, honey. No.

I reckon “Oh, honey. No” will be a recurring theme when it comes to MTV’s Scream television adaptation.

As I’ve mentioned a couple of times before, Scream is one of my Sacred Three: my favourite three movies of all time (Jurassic Park and Jawbreaker being the other two). I didn’t have high hopes for this version, and those hopes were not bolstered by the appalling (and, mercifully, cancelled) Eye Candy.

Well, Scream’s better than Eye Candy.

But not by much.

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