Third time lucky? Not this time. The second sequel to Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson's hugely popular SCREAM isn't a terrible stalk-and-slash movie. It's got twists, it's got turns, it's got an attractive cast that gets shish-kabobed with ruthless regularity.
It's just tired; if you're the kind of person who wants to see things like this, you've already seen lots of things like this. Poor Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell), survivor of the first two movies, is hiding out in a fortified house in the woods, hoping that if she lays low enough, no psychos
will bother her. It's giving away nothing to say her hopes are quickly dashed. "Stab 3," the ongoing movie franchise ...