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Variety | MTV's 'Scream' Review

Variety

The eight-minute opening sequence is classic slasher fare, with a beautiful bikini-clad teen being stalked and stabbed, thinking for a time that it’s her boyfriend who is sending her those cheeky texts. Once the foul deed happens, though, “Scream,” perhaps out of necessity, shifts to a more conventional teen-drama mode, introducing an assortment of characters, most of whom, one suspects, should be prepared to get shish-kebabbed before it’s all over.

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