“Scream 2” remains memorable with its opening scene, in which Omar Epps and Jada Pinkett Smith’s characters, Phil and Maureen, attend a free sneak preview of the movie in the series, “Stab”, having a meeting typical meta discussion about the nature of killer movies and how they always seem to involve “stupid white girls” being slashed. Maureen considers horror “historical because it excludes the African-American element”, but as they enter the theater, the conversation about Black and White gives way to “Red right hand,” which later became the theme song of “Peaky Blinders.” Maureen talks to the screen as Heather Graham re-enacts the death of Drew Barrymore’s character in the first film, and you’ll soon be doing it in ultra-high definition.
This is also the movie in which Jamie Kennedy’s famous horror expert, Randy Meeks, discovers that he is being tracked and overtaken by Ghostface on a college campus. If you haven’t seen “Scream 2” or just watched it again to distinguish it from the other four “Scream” movies, here’s the official synopsis for the movie in 4K from Paramount Pictures:
Absent from college, Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) thinks she’s finally booked the horrifying murders that have ruined her life… until a copycat killer begins to commit sequel in real life. Now, as history strangely repeats itself, aspiring reporter Gale Weathers (Courteney Cox), Deputy Dewey (David Arquette) and other survivors of SCREAM find themselves trapped in a clever conspiracy scary place where no one is safe or out of suspicion.
“Scream 2” in 4K will be available on digital and Blu-ray on October 4, 2022.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1026849/do-you-like-uhd-movies-scream-2-is-getting-a-4k-release/ Do you like UHD movies? Scream 2 coming soon 4K