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Scream 6

2023
Suspense/Thriller
Horror
2h 2m
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Avg Percentile 38.4% from 531 total ratings

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Rated 12 Mar 2023
50
4th
While it has elements of suspense and intrigue, it falls short in coherence, originality, and believability. The plot relies too heavily on the previous Scream films, and fails to offer anything new or interesting. The story feels rushed and disjointed, and the character development is lacking.
Rated 13 Mar 2023
5
20th
You know that scene in Last Action Hero where Charles Dance shoots someone in New York and no one gives a shit? Well, they turned that scene into a film. This one finally feels like a turning point in the franchise, where the writers just said, “To hell with believability, logic, and medical science, Ghostface stabbing people with a knife is what y'all came for, right?!" What little excitement I felt after the previous installment has been pissed away by this silly and reduntant new entry.
Rated 09 Mar 2023
20
9th
Scream VI suffers from being a tired addition to a franchise that has become addicted to its own formula. The convoluted plot and numerous suspects make it impossible to guess the killer's identity, and the tension-draining Talking Killer speech at the end does little to salvage the film.
Rated 21 Mar 2023
47
49th
I enjoyed it but I also found it a tad underwhelming. The script isn't particularly inspired and the plot is pretty much a rehash (of the rehashes), which is clearly what they were going for but that doesn't make it subversive, only unoriginal. The film's location is New York and they barely used that (the subway sequence was great but it feels like the only moment they really exploited the novelty of the city, other than the opening sequence). So yeah, it's fine and i had a good time, but meh.
Rated 14 Mar 2023
80
33rd
I had a lot of fun. It’s been awhile since I watched a Scream movie where I actually cared about the characters. I’m glad these filmmakers are making the newer movies, because they’re actually making them feel a bit different. I think they executed the new location really well, and some of the best Ghostface scenes in the series are in this. It isn’t free of slasher tropes and some of it does feel a bit stale, but it’s mostly well acted and different enough. Good not great.
Rated 27 Apr 2023
50
21st
There is no more annoying character in all of cinema than the explain the rules character in another Scream movie and there's nothing more autistic than the weirdo helping add over 300 trivia tidbits for Scream 6 on imdb. Scream is the dog whistle franchise of the smug film student who knows nothing. I will see you all in Scream 7 COVID changing film distribution so everything comes to streaming so fast is the best thing to happen, I would gladly sacrifice Meat Loaf again for this degree of eas
Rated 12 Mar 2023
69
45th
There are way too many main characters in this franchise now and I was actively hoping they would all just die. You can't keep stabbing everyone just for them to make a full recovery by the next scene. I felt no suspense at all for the entire final act.
Rated 10 Mar 2023
89
76th
A step up from 5 in various ways, it allows the past to seemlessly mesh with the present. It is self aware as are the rest of the installments and paints the picture of current film landscapes. Of course Barrera and Ortega are the stand outs and allow for the characters to grow in ways previous installments have failed to see growth. It will be interesting to see what the future holds for this franchise but currently this is as good as it has ever been.
Rated 12 Mar 2023
75
56th
Very satisfying. It's remarkable that Scream is 6 features deep and still has territory to mine that is fun and engaging - and even more so that it's STILL not played out and there's STILL more places that the franchise could go. Self aware and streamlined, it's anchored by the charisma of its core cast, not dragged down by its nostalgia plays, and while it's not remarkably directed (there are some inspired scenes), it's made by people who keenly understand what it is to make a Scream movie.
Rated 26 Apr 2023
90
91st
The opening is really great. Tense, already throwing out some twists. The rest of it is more Scream, but that's not a complaint. I love the metaness of it, that's part of the appeal. Ghostface felt really angry this time around, more so than usual, which is cool. Still a great concept. Sure, the movie isn't really scary but it has violent deaths and good aesthetic/horror imagery, so I'm completely cool with that. The final twist was satisfying enough that it didn't detract.
Rated 20 Mar 2023
95
98th
I love every one of these, but would rank this above only Scream 3. For the good, I think this is the most tense of the franchise, with some really unique scenes to add to it. It does a great job of trying new things (first scene), even if I predicted them. And I’m happy with how they’ve developed the returning cast. I did find the killers the most predictable of the series, and didn’t care for them post reveal. New characters were also a bit bland. Still want more sequels though.
Rated 14 Jul 2023
7
76th
Scream 6 manages to sprint out the gate with this one, with the first half of this movie feeling very fresh and exciting, which when you’re 6 entries in, is impressive. However, 6 also slowly devolves into messy clichés that are also kinda illogical with the amount of plot holes they create. On top of that, it seems too scared to take chances in the screenwriting, making certain sequences feel blatantly unrealistic. Gotta give Barrera and Ortega props though, they can carry this themselves.
Rated 16 Mar 2023
73
69th
Scream VI is easily the best of the sequels. Deaths, cruelty and brutality are in full swing. Murders & ghostface attacks are great. The train and temple scenes are very exciting. Also, I really warmed to the new characters. I want more, I can never get enough of this franchise. (Paribu Cineverse Metrogarden - 03/17/2023)
Rated 12 Mar 2023
25
15th
My Scream 5 review really came home to roost. At least Neve Campbell was smart enough to stay away.
Rated 29 Dec 2023
54
19th
Not the worst in the series but a substantial step down from the last film. Not compelling and lacking a meaningful meta hook like 5 and mostly just paying lip service to that Scream tenet. Horror itself is quite bland too with very familiar set pieces and little to shock. Solidarity with Jenna Ortega who has been dropped from the next entry in our fresh wave of McCarthyism. Skip this one.
Rated 08 Mar 2023
93
93rd
Elevated. Cathartic. And sublime. I love all "Scream" movies (apart from the third part), yet this is very special and grand. Establishes a connection through all previous installments and also stands on its own as a modern horror classic.
Rated 08 Mar 2023
8
75th
Even though Sidney's absence is felt and the emotional depth of Sam's character could have been deeper, "Scream VI" is an enjoyable and thrilling addition to the series. The new Core Four characters are well developed and the violence and chase sequences are sure to please horror fans. The film strikes a good balance between paying respect to the legacy of the franchise while also moving forward with new and exciting elements.
Rated 13 May 2023
60
35th
When you get to the sixth film in a franchise, it is going to be what it's going to be. I am perfectly happy with them releasing these kind of okay films, because I like this horror franchise. However, the only Core 4 I recognize play for the Toronto Maple Leafs. And yes, I chose to watch this film rather than watch them lose to the Panthers. My fragile little heart couldn't take it.
Rated 09 Feb 2024
63
40th
Favourite part: feeling uncertain as to whether(s) Cox was crying or laughing whilst on the phone
Rated 30 Jul 2023
50
27th
A big step up from the previous one. Still flawed in many ways, far too predictable, and still has a couple of eye-rolly moments, but it's not anywhere near as dumb-brain as Scream; by which I mean the fifth Scream movie -- thank you for putting the number back in the title at least. The final reveal with people living is so fucking lame and tanks my score a lot
Rated 29 Jul 2023
65
40th
I feel like this one was a bit all over the place, there were times where things tended to drag on at points especially towards the middle. Some of the dialogue felt a bit forced and I think the previous movie had a better satirical edge, that being said this wasn't that bad.
Rated 26 Dec 2023
80
84th
Ghostface goes to the big city and it works. While the reveal was somewhat underwhelming this time, there are several killer scenes (literally) that set it apart from its predecessors.
Rated 29 Jun 2023
65
36th
Great intro scene as they all are (RIP fat assed horror prof). Scared to take any risks because they don’t want any harm to come to their cash cows. But I did enjoy ghostface with the sawed off in the bodega and how cruel this movie was to anyone not in the main cast. Like Scream 2. great set pieces not as great execution.
Rated 25 Jun 2023
65
25th
I think I have a problem with this franchise. I think I like the idea of it more than the franchise itself. I keep thinking these could be quite good if you'd remove the stupid meta commentary, but I guess that's very much part of these? Well, anyway, this could have been pretty good without the stupid meta commentary.
Rated 10 Jun 2023
54
7th
Only ingesting bit is the cold open.
Rated 08 Jun 2023
55
17th
I was pretty harsh on the last movie, but this one was a major improvement. Much more fun, characters feel more in their element. Yes, it's a nostalgia bait fest still, but it doesn't rub me the wrong way like the last one did.
Rated 01 Jul 2023
40
19th
The opening sequence was promising but after two good entries this series has now officially gone awry.
Rated 28 Aug 2023
30
1st
It's really dumb and probably a sign that all the gas has run out of the Scream franchise. There are a few inventive moments and the scene of Ghostface terrorizing a bodega feels legitimately claustrophobic and scary, but other than that, it's nothing we haven't seen before in the franchise. The identity of the killers is somewhat telegraphed and even when it is revealed, it just seems, for lack of a better word, really dumb.
Rated 11 Oct 2023
75
71st
I'm not a huge fan of the Scream franchise, but I've liked most of the movies just fine. Maybe that is why I was so surprised to like Scream VI so much. It's a really solid and stylish sequel. It brings back a lot of old characters from previous movies but gives them interesting roles. I really like Sam as Billy's daughter finding that sometimes blood runs thicker and water. Also disliked Gale, but... kinda didn't want her to die, so I guess I liked her, anyway.
Rated 20 Oct 2023
33
11th
Stupid annoying characters doing stupid annoying things for two hours. Never once close to being even remotely smart.
Rated 28 Oct 2023
35
18th
Underwhelming. I just don't care for the trying-to-be-meta and making everyone seem suspicious to throw you off the random twist they always have for who the killer(s) is(are). Some of the scenes are just absolutely ridiculous, and make ghostface seem super-human at times, or everyone else just 100% incompetent and oblivious. You really have to shut off your brain for any of it to work, or be enjoyable.
Rated 27 Nov 2023
55
58th
Some ridiculous Mary Sue and Gary Stu action going on here
Rated 19 Apr 2023
71
54th
Was I entertained? Yes. Did it make any fucking sense? No. Watch this film, then go back and play out the entire plot, keeping in mind the motivations of the murderers and their abilities. Yeah, it makes no sense. And these people don't fucking die. Get stabbed 800 times, shot in the head... doesn't matter. Thank goodness it was just a campy good time full of meta references.
Rated 28 Dec 2023
49
29th
This was a very mediocre slasher film, which sadly was a step up from the previous 2 films. However, this would've worked better if I liked any of these vapid and obnoxious two-dimensional characters. If they force this series to continue then I'm glad that it seemed like they will reboot or at least completely recast the series and film.
Rated 24 Jan 2024
39
33rd
not so good
Rated 02 Mar 2024
76
63rd
enjoyable and keeps you guessing but there is also too much going on so it can feel a bit burden in the end
Rated 03 May 2024
66
32nd
audiovisual 68 acting 66 overall feeling 65 avg 66
Rated 01 Jun 2024
40
22nd
I don't think this is my genre but I like the score.
Rated 24 Mar 2023
90
84th
É difícil escrever sobre um filme que escreve sobre si mesmo. Pode-se até considerar que a veia metalinguística de “Pânico” se tornou um lugar seguro para os filmes, uma saída a qual eles podem recorrer em sua mediocridade (o que é um argumento dos críticos da franquia). Essa conclusão, no entanto, parece desconsiderar ou minimizar a potência desse gesto de escrita de si mesmo que esses filmes fazem. “Pânico VI” coloca as reiterações em cena e as abre para os espectadores.
Rated 28 Apr 2023
75
49th
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Rated 28 Apr 2023
58
42nd
More confidently directed than 5, and Barrera comes into her own, stepping out of the shadow of her predecessors. Neve's absence, however, is a double edged sword, and there are no truly new ideas. There are some well staged scenes though, and it is genuinely suspenseful at times in a way that the series hasn't been since 3 back in 2000. The subway scene is also one of the best in the franchise.
Rated 05 Aug 2023
30
10th
This series gets wrose and worse with every entry. I can not fathom how people like these things. They are so snarky and they clearly don't really like the horror films they are supposed to be "sending up". Screw this series. It is one of the worst series in the slasher genre.
Rated 30 Apr 2023
70
40th
The motive and circumstances are beyond belief, but I thought it was an effective movie outside of that, and better than the previous installment.
Rated 19 Mar 2023
65
50th
Everytime Ghostface stabs a victim, the gods flip a coin: Heads, you're dead instantly, Tails, it's mildly annoying. I like Screaivi a bit better than 5cream; the setting shakes things up a bit, the core cast is settling into their roles, and the movie feels comfortable with its place in the lore. And I really do like where they seem to be taking it. That said, it doesn't need to be 2 hours, and it doesn't need to have a plot this convoluted. At some point we have to care about the killer too.
Rated 11 Mar 2023
66
49th
Fixes a lot of my issues with Scream 5!
Rated 17 Mar 2023
80
68th
I really liked this entry with a few important reservations. As with the last film, I really like Barrera and Ortega, and they are given more and better things to do here. Brown and Gooding are given richer characters here to. The action/stalking/kill scenes are really quite inventive here, and the NYC locations are used to good effect.
Rated 19 Mar 2023
67
74th
Not the best as some people claimed to be but it's still worth it. And gosh, I love Kirby.
Rated 20 Mar 2023
75
83rd
İlk filmden sonra 2. en iyi Scream filmi. Bu sefer hikaye kaldığı yerden devam ediyor. 2 kardeş, üniversiteye gidip, öğrenciler ile aynı evde yaşamaktadır. Bu arada, Ghostface tekrar ortaya çıkar. Mantık hataları çok fazla. Mesela ilk ölümden sonra diğer katil ile bağ kuramıyoruz. Fakat, tahmin etmek zor. Çünkü herkes iç içe. Bu nedenle elemek zor. Jenny Ortega kıskanç kardeş rolünde kaynana. Filmin sonunda, Dermot Mulroney. Gale Weathers ölmez.
Rated 22 Mar 2023
87
58th
Ghostface Takes Manhattan is a good fun time, even if the finale is a tad messy. There are some really great moments, and parts that were a bit lacking. Still one of the best in the series, though.
Rated 29 May 2023
3
28th
Normie-ass slasher movie for normies. Oh, gotcha someone explaining the “rules,” do ya? Cute! Sex depicted as sitcom bumping and moans from a closed door lol. References to Halloween, Friday the 13th AND Nightmare on Elm Street? Congrats on digging into the depths of the genre for those lost nuggets. Ok, ok - the change of setting does add a bit of novelty flavor, and there’s nice references to lesser remembered aspects of the series (even Roman Bridger is name checked). But overall, ehhhh.
Rated 25 Mar 2023
77
80th
Still fun after all these years. Saw it in 3d which was unnecessary, but hadn't seen a horror movie in 3d in ages. Hated the strobing on the subway but otherwise had a great time w a franchise I've been overrating as a fanboy for 25 yrs. 7.7
Rated 27 Mar 2023
40
38th
I was enjoying it...up until the villain's ending monologue, where the actor seemed to be playing the scene for laughs? WTF? It totally took me out of the movie. Also, I needed more Jenna Ortega! She was very much a side character, unfortunately.
Rated 30 Mar 2023
3
24th
Fun horror movie with great set pieces but not really a great scream movie. Anything meta about the genre/ previous series or saying something about society and films influence on it feels tacked on and like they were forced into it because it’s Scream. They set out these rules and then don’t even really follow them or have fun with them! Without spoiling anything too much some people can really take a stabbing in this universe. Bonus points for ghost face with a shotgun
Rated 02 Apr 2023
68
40th
A solid entry in the franchise, if not as clever as most. It best, most suspenseful scenes make good use of the "randomly set in New York" trope. Love all those nods to other horror franchises on the subway.
Rated 11 Apr 2023
57
57th
Drop of quality between Scream (2022) and this, is similar to the drop between the original and its sequel. It's still entertaining enough, has some effective scenes and benefits from changing the location to N.Y. My biggest problem with these requels is that I just don't care about the new characters. While Sidney was missed, I thought they used Courtney Cox quite well and with some self-irony. The final reveal is a contender for the silliest one in the series and 120mins+ length is too much.
Rated 24 Apr 2023
50
37th
The movie had some elements in mind, then wrote a script around them, which is why the characters are shallow and the dialogue is bad. The setting is a smart, exciting choice but they don't really do anything with it. Hayden Panettiere was simply awful—her acting has significantly deteriorated since Scream 4. This was a wasted opportunity.
Rated 25 Apr 2023
55
36th
Plot 9/20 Fiction 12/20 Casting/Acting 10/20 Worldbuilding 12/20 Entertainment 12/20
Rated 26 Apr 2023
60
89th
Messy, but to-the-point killing. Never been much of a fan of the Scream franchise, but it's growing on me. I appreciate that they don't waste too much time and just get on with the massacre. Perhaps the mystery is gone after so many films, so it just becomes about the gore, and I'm fine with that after decades of this stuff.
Rated 29 Apr 2023
1
9th
I don't know what masochistic tendencies are drawing me to continue watching this steaming pile of... I know I said the last movie was the worst, but here they've really outdone themselves. The dialogues are horrendous, the killers are obvious as soon as they are introduced on the screen and it is by far the most illogical movie in the franchise. But you have to respect the way they always connect the killers. In any case, I'm giving it a 1 and not a 0, because of the opening scene.
Rated 21 May 2023
74
57th
I enjoyed the changed scenery and the violent nature of this Ghostface which all lead to a pretty tense thriller. Too bad around the ending it go back to it's ta-dah unmasking that may be getting to be too much for people to accept. But hell the directors & the cast make it work as I found myself pleased and hope if Scream 7 happens, they make sure they have a reason. We don't need another Scream 3, okay?

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