The 1996 slasher film, Scream, hid the central mystery of the Ghostface killer in plain sight in the opening scene. And you probably didn’t notice. Scream distinguishes itself in modern cinema not only through its innovative take on the horror genre but also due to the ingeniously devised mystery that lies at its heart. Wes Craven’s direction and Kevin Williamson’s writing combined to transform the slasher genre in Scream, introducing a self-aware, suspenseful narrative personified by Ghostface, a mysterious killer at the film’s heart.
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