Wes Craven, master of the slasher flick, has brought the anguish and terror of the Woodsboro murders back to the big screen – and I couldn’t be more excited. Growing up with a love of horror, I can’t help but give a warm and hearty “thank you” to the Scream trilogy. Recent developments in modern technology and SFX have meant that some of the latest horror films are frankly, terrifying (The Mist, 30 Days of Night and Devil to name but a few). With that in mind, Scream should in theory be outdated. However, it appears to have done the opposite. Since the first film was released in 1996 the Scream franchise has gone viral, amassing a cult following that has really placed it on the horror map. In my opinion, it even gives slasher classics like Halloween and Friday the 13th a run for their money. Yup, I said it!