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Sidney Prescott relocates to Winsdor College, trying to forget what happen in Woodsborro, only to find that another psychotic killer wants her dead. They also make the Woodsborro events into a motion picture, "Stab", based on the Gale Weathers book.
Someone has taken their love of sequels one step too far.
Also Known As:
Scream: The Sequel
Title: Scream 2
Release Date: December 10, 1997
Runtime: 120 mins
All Genres: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Sound: Dolby Digital
IMDB Rating: 5.9
Buried.com Rating: 6.9 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With S
MPAA Rating: R
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated R for language and strong bloody violence.
David Arquette ...Deputy Dwight 'Dewey' Riley
Neve Campbell ...Sidney Prescott
Courteney Cox ...Gale Weathers
Sarah Michelle Gellar ...Casey 'Cici' Cooper
Jamie Kennedy ...Randy Meeks
Elise Neal ...Hallie
Jerry O'Connell ...Derek
Timothy Olyphant ...Mickey
Jada Pinkett Smith ...Maureen Evans (as Jada Pinkett)
Liev Schreiber ...Cotton Weary
Lewis Arquette ...Chief Hartley
Duane Martin ...Joel
Rebecca Gayheart ...Sorority Sister Lois
Portia de Rossi ...Sorority Sister Murphy
Omar Epps ...Phil Stevens
Roger Jackson ...The Voice (voice) (as Roger L. Jackson)
Heather Graham ...'Stab' Casey
Tori Spelling ...Tori Spelling
Luke Wilson ...'Stab' Billy
Philip Pavel ...Officer Andrews
Christopher Doyle ...Officer Richards (as Chris Doyle)
David Warner ...Drama Teacher Gus Gold
Paulette Patterson ...Usher Giving Out Costumes
Rasila Schroeder ...Screaming Girl Up Aisle
Peter Deming ...Popcorn Boy
Molly Gross ...Theater Girl #1
Rebecca McFarland ...Theater Girl #2
Kevin Williamson ...Cotton's Interviewer
Laurie Metcalf ...Debbie Salt
Sandy Heddings ...Girl in Dorm Hallway (as Sandy Heddings-Katulka)
» [more cast members]
Daniel K. Arredondo
Chadbyrne R. Dickens
Scream 2 Horror Film Trailer 1
"She's Always in My Hair"
"Red Right Hand"
"Your Lucky Day in Hell"
"Take Away the Fear"
"Right Place Wrong Time"
More Movie Taglines:
- Someone has taken their love of sequels one step too far.
- Gorier, Sexier, Funnier
- Gale: Hey, you'd better check your conscience at the door sweetie, I'm not here to be loved.
Cotton: I don't know about homicide, but you've definetely got me for raising my voice in a public library.
Gale: Look, local woman! I know you hold me up as your career template and that it gives you some sort of charge to challenge me, but give it a rest.
Gale: So what do you want to do, bonehead? Just sit around and wait to see who drops next? Dewey: I don't know. [Gale's phone rings] Dewey: Phonehead!
Debbie: [after shooting Mickey] Two birds, one stone. [Sidney continues to sob and gasp] Debbie: Oh! Mickey was a good boy, but my God! That whole "Blame-the-movies" motive? Did you buy that for one second? The poor boy was completely out of his mind. [Kicks Mickey's body] Sydney: And you're not? Debbie: No. I'm very sane. [Reaches down to pick Mickey's gun up] Debbie: My motive isn't as 90's as Mickey's. Mine is just good, old-fashioned revenge. You killed my son! And now I kill you, and I can't think of anything more rational! Sydney: You're never gonna get away with this. Debbie: Oh, of course I will! [Takes out a cloth to clean her fingerprints off of the gun] Debbie: Everything's traceable back to Mickey. Including the cop gun he used to kill everybody. But let's just suppose that you had gotten hold of the other cop's gun. And you chased Mickey, and there was a big shoot-out, and a big scuffle. And you shot Mickey! Killed Mickey dead! [Throws the gun way over to the stage] Debbie: But not before he got off one shot at you! Okay. So, have I covered everything? Are there any questions? Any comments? You know what, though? [Sidney tries to run, but Mrs. Loomis points the gun at her on the other side of the column] Debbie: Who gives a flyin' fuck, anyway? Let 'em try and track down the second possible killer! Debbie Salt doesn't exist!
- Not only was the cast not informed who the killer was until the last Day of shooting, they also didn't receive the last 10 pages of the script until it was time to film them. The last 10 pages were also printed on grey paper, therefore making them unable to be illicitly Xeroxed. All cast members had to sign contracts that they would not discuss the movie's outcome or the killer's identity with the media.
Body count: 10
In Scream, Sydney laments that with her luck, she'd be portrayed by Tori Spelling if her story were ever filmed. In Stab, the film-within-a-film in Scream 2, Tori Spelling does in fact play Sydney.
Cameo: [Wes Craven] man in the background at the hospital.
Cameo: [Kevin Williamson] Cotton's interviewer on T.V.
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Rating: 6.9 out of 10.0 - 68 votes cast total