Scream co-director Matt Bettinelli-Olpin is urging fans not to spoil the new sequel movie for others after its release date this week.
Yelling is set to release this Friday, Jan. 14, and director Matt Bettinelli-Olpin has asked fans not to spoil the new sequel movie when it comes out. the fifth entry in Yelling franchise, 2002’s Yelling see the return of franchise stars Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox, David Arquette, and Roger L. Jackson as the voice of the iconic serial killer Ghostface. The legacy cast will feature newcomers Melissa Barrera, Jenna Ortega, Dylan Minnette, Mason Gooding, Mikey Madison, and Jack Quaid.
This year Yelling continue the story of Ghostface, a masked killer who uses threatening phone calls to scare his victims before they are killed with a knife. A direct sequel to Siyagit 4, the new film will continue the franchise canon while making a fresh start, hence the official title Yelling and not Siyagit 5. Early reviews of Yelling extremely positive, with many praising his ability to bring fresh life to the slasher genre, similar to what the original Yelling achieved in 1996. In fact, many reviewers call the film one of the best entries in the whole Yelling franchise.
DIRECTORS Bettinelli-Olpin tweeted in an open letter to fans of Yelling series, asking them not to spoil the film for others. The reason given by the filmmaker for his request was that the cast and crew worked for it “two years” in the film, and wants fans to experience it as much as they did: “no spoilers.” He then said a heartfelt thank you to the fans and ended his post with “#ForWes, “ a tribute to the original Yelling director and horror icon, the late Wes Craven. Read Bettinelli-Olpin’s full letter below:
Craven, who ruled all first Yelling movies, as well as other horror classics such as A Nightmare on Elm Street and The Last House on the Left, died in 2015, with the new Yelling pay tribute of his inheritance. Bettinelli-Olpin and her co-director Tyler Gillett have made their names in horror films Ready or not and to the south. Both directors, and original star Campbell, are also talking about making more films in 2022’s Yelling proves a success.
Horror is a very dangerous genre, where fears come from under and between shots, through editing, camerawork, lighting, and mise en scene; that everything is necessary to provide the audience with the intended experience. The original Yelling Horror fans are taught that horror can be self-aware and funny without sacrificing the tension necessary for a good horror, and that comedy and horror both rely on pacing and buildup to work. With early reviews for Yelling for so positively, it appears that the new directors have found the blend that makes the franchise unique and successful, and fans should (and should) wait to see for themselves how it all goes.
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