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Starring: Neve Campbell, David Arquette, Courteney Cox, Roger L. Jackson, Marley Shelton, Melissa Barrera, Jenna Ortega, Jack Quaid, Mason Gooding, Jasmin Savoy Brown, Dylan Minnette, Mikey Madison, Sonia Ben Ammar, Kyle Gallner
OUR RATING: ★★★☆☆
Horror slasher sequel directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett. Set twenty-five years after a streak of brutal murders shocked the quiet town of Woodsboro, Scream 5 (2022) follows a new killer who has donned the Ghostface mask and begins targeting a group of teenagers to resurrect secrets from the town’s deadly past.
Our Favorite Quote:'You got stabbed a billion times, got dumped by your famous wife, and crawled into a bottle. I think it's safe to say, you're on the suspect list.' - Wes Hicks (Scream 2022) Click To Tweet
Ghostface: [over phone] What’s your favorite scary movie?
Tara Carpenter: The Babadook. It’s an amazing meditation on motherhood and grief.
Ghostface: Isn’t that a little fancy pants?
Tara Carpenter: Well, it’s elevated horror.
Ghostface: What does that mean, “Elevated horror”?
Tara Carpenter: You know, it’s like scary, but with complex emotional and thematic underpinnings. It’s not just some schlocky, cheeseball nonsense with wall to wall jump scares.
Ghostface: That sounds kind of boring to me.
Ghostface: [referring to Stab] How well do you remember the original?
Tara Carpenter: I don’t know. I mean, it was like super ’90s. It was like really over-lit, and everyone had weird hair.
Ghostface: Do you remember the beginning?
Tara Carpenter: Not really. It started with a kill scene, right? They always started with a kill scene.
Ghostface: Yeah, that’s right. That’s right. It’s a girl at home, alone. She answers a wrong number and starts talking with the killer who makes her play a game. Would you like to play a game, Tara?
Tara Carpenter: What do you want?
Ghostface: [referring to Amber] I told you, I want to play a game. Stab movie trivia, three rounds. You call the cops, she dies. You get a question wrong, she dies.
Ghostface: You want a warmup question?
Tara Carpenter: I told you I don’t know these movies! Ask me about something I do know. Ask me about It Follows. Ask me about Hereditary. Ask me about The Witch.
Ghostface: In the first Stab movie, what Woodsboro native was introduced as the franchise’s main character?
Tara Carpenter: It’s Sidney Prescott! It’s Sidney Prescott and she lived on Elm.
Ghostface: Correct. You see, you’re going to do great at this.
Ghostface: Question one. Who wrote the original book that the Stab movies are based on?
Tara Carpenter: The chick from TV.
Ghostface: “The chick from TV” is not going to cut it, Tara.
Tara Carpenter: Gale Weathers! It is Gale Weathers, you m**herf***er!
Ghostface: Correct. Amber might live to see the sunrise.
Ghostface: Question two. Who played the dumb b**ch in the beginning of Stab 1 who answers the phone and gets carved up by the killer?
Tara Carpenter: F*** you.
Ghostface: Is that the answer you’re going with?
Ghostface: Now for the final question. Who was the killer in Stab 1?
Tara Carpenter: Oh, I know this one, you f***. It’s Billy Loomis! It’s Billy Loomis, and he was Sidney’s boyfriend, and he was played by Luke Wilson! And I got you, a**hole! I got it! I got it right!
Ghostface: Oh, I’m sorry, Tara. But that’s just not correct.
Tara Carpenter: What? No, no, no, no, it is. It is. That is right.
Ghostface: The correct answer is Billy Loomis and Stu Macher. There are two killers in the original Stab. I’m afraid someone’s got to die now.
Ghostface: Bonus question, Tara.
Tara Carpenter: Please stop.
Ghostface: Do you think I made it inside your house before you could rearm?
[suddenly appears from behind her and starts stabbing her]
Wes Hicks: Tara was attacked.
Sam Carpenter: What? Is she…
Wes Hicks: She’s alive, but in bad shape. She was stabbed.
Wes Hicks: There’s a psycho out there. You make yourself harder to find. Delete social media, tape over your phone camera, disable GPS.
Chad Meeks-Martin: Yes, thank you very much, Edward Snowden.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: The press still isn’t saying Ghostface.
Wes Hicks: My mom doesn’t want to cause a panic.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: It’ll get out by the second, or third killing.
Amber Freeman: Jesus, Mindy, there wasn’t a first killing. Tara’s alive.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: I mean, she could still die.
Amber Freeman: What the f***?
Mindy Meeks-Martin: Or the killer could come back for her.
Wes Hicks: I’m just telling you, arm up, okay? Pepper spray, check. Taser, check.
Amber Freeman: Girlfriend repellent, check.
Richie Kirsch: I’ve actually never seen Stab.
Sam Carpenter: You’ve never seen Stab? Not even the one that came out last year?
Richie Kirsch: I mean, I’ve never seen Gone with the Wind either, but I don’t consider it like a huge hole in my cinematic education.
Sam Carpenter: A guy named Billy Loomis and his friend carved up a bunch of high school kids while wearing this Halloween ghost mask.
Richie Kirsch: You mean like in Halloween?
Sam Carpenter: No. Not like in Halloween.
Richie Kirsch: Oh. Sounds a lot like Halloween.
Sam Carpenter: Alright, it’s a little like Halloween.
Sam Carpenter: And every decade or so, some idiot gets the bright idea to put on the mask, kill his friends, and get famous too. The last time it happened was in 2011.
Richie Kirsch: And we came here voluntarily?
Richie Kirsch: [to Sam] I got to make sure we don’t get sliced up by some lunatic who saw Friday the 13th and thought, “You know what? That Jason guy, he’s got some pretty solid ideas.”
Chad Meeks-Martin: Oh, Sam is so cool.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: Yeah. You only say that because she let you wear Pokémon onesies to bed for a year.
Chad Meeks-Martin: That’s true. That’s a true statement.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: We’re all suspects. Except maybe Liv.
Liv McKenzie: Thank you.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: You’re way too boring to be a psycho.
Sam Carpenter: What are you watching?
Richie Kirsch: Oh, Stab is on Netflix. What? I want to be prepared.
Billy Loomis: [as Sam is hallucinating] How you doing, Sam? Antipsychotics aren’t working as well as they used to, are they?
Sam Carpenter: F*** you.
Billy Loomis: You can’t run from who you are, Sam. I’m just trying to help. Hey, when are you going to tell her why all this is happening?
Ghostface: [over phone] Hello, Samantha.
Sam Carpenter: Who is this?
Ghostface: Someone who knows your little family secret.
Sam Carpenter: You’re the f*** who hurt my sister?
Ghostface: Oh, she’s not the only one I’m going to hurt. I had to get you to come back here somehow, didn’t I?
Sheriff Judy Hicks: [to Sam and Tara] You said the call came from Amber’s number?
Amber Freeman: So? We know he cloned my phone before when he attacked Tara.
Richie Kirsch: Or, and I’m just spit-balling here, you’re the killer.
Sheriff Judy Hicks: And where were you when all this happened?
Richie Kirsch: I was watching Netflix.
Amber Freeman: Ooh. Yeah. Super solid alibi, bro.
Sam Carpenter: [referring to inadvertently revealing her true parentage to her father] And that’s why I changed, and I got distant, and weird with you. And I went out and I started doing every drug that I could get my hands on until I couldn’t take it anymore, and I left town. I just couldn’t be around you anymore, Tara. Not only because I destroyed our family that night, but because those diaries told me who my real father was. It was Billy Loomis. And somebody knows, and I think that’s why you got hurt.
Sam Carpenter: It doesn’t freak you out that my real father was a serial killer?
Richie Kirsch: I mean, yeah. A great deal, yeah.
Sam Carpenter: You know that part in horror movies where you want to yell at the characters to be smart and get the f*** out? This is that part, Richie. You should get the f*** out.
Richie Kirsch: But I’m staying. I love you.
Sam Carpenter: You’re such a dumba**.
Richie Kirsch: I’m such a dumba**.
Richie Kirsch: So, your sister won’t talk to you. The police aren’t going to help. What’s our next move?
Sam Carpenter: We go talk to an expert.
Dewey Riley: Give me one good reason why I should talk to you.
Sam Carpenter: I’m Billy Loomis’s daughter.
Dewey Riley: That’s a terrible reason for me to talk to you.
Dewey Riley: Your killer’s obsessed with the Stab movies, right? Well, there are certain rules to surviving a Stab movie. Believe me, I know. Rule number one. Never trust the love interest. They seem sweet, caring, supportive. Then welcome to act three, where they’re trying to rip your head off.
Richie Kirsch: [referring to Dewey] Okay, do I have to take this from s**tty Sam Elliott over here, or what?
Dewey Riley: Rule number two. The killer’s motive is always connected to something in the past.
Sam Carpenter: I’m related to Billy.
Dewey Riley: And rule number three, and this is the most important rule. The first victim always has a friend group that the killer is a part of. Does your sister have a close-knit group of friends?
Sam Carpenter: Yeah. She does.
Dewey Riley: Then look for the killer there. If you can find out why they’re doing this, you can figure out who’s next.
Sam Carpenter: Help us figure out who is behind this.
Dewey Riley: You kidding me? I’ve been stabbed nine times. I’ve got permanent nerve damage and a fun little limp. You think I want to do that again?
Sam Carpenter: You just said it always goes back to the past, right? So if I’m in danger, that means you’re in danger. Come on. Let’s do this together.
Richie Kirsch: [as Dewey throws them out of his house] Yeah, he’s way more fun in the movies.
Dewey Riley: [over phone] How are you? How’s Mark?
Sidney Prescott: I think I’ll keep him.
Dewey Riley: Sid, it’s happening again.
Sidney Prescott: What are you talking about?
Dewey Riley: Some idiot in a Ghostface mask. Three attacks so far. One dead. Something about this one just feels different.
Dewey Riley: Do you have a gun?
Sidney Prescott: I’m Sidney f***ing Prescott. Of course I have a gun.
Dewey Riley: But, Sid, promise me. No matter what you hear, or what you see on the news, don’t come here.
Sidney Prescott: No offense, Dewey. I have no intention of ever setting foot in that town again.
Dewey Riley: [after he texts Gale about Ghostface] Probably shouldn’t have sent the smiley face.
Richie Kirsch: [referring to Dewey] Look, just because that guy showered doesn’t mean he should have a gun.
Richie Kirsch: How do you know so much about the Stab movies?
Dewey Riley: Runs in her family.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: Randy was our uncle. RIP.
Wes Hicks: You got stabbed a billion times, got dumped by your famous wife, and crawled into a bottle. I think it’s safe to say, you’re on the suspect list.
Dewey Riley: Well, maybe you’re the killer. Because that cut deep.
Sam Carpenter: So the first three attacks are all on people related to the original killers.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: Oh, my God. He’s making a requel!
Sam Carpenter: A what?
Mindy Meeks-Martin: Or a legacyquel. Fans are torn on the terminology.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: Remember the Stab movie that came out last year?
Liv McKenzie: Oh, yeah! The one the Knives Out guy directed, right? I actually really liked that one.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: Of course you did. You have terrible taste.
Liv McKenzie: I hate you.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: The point is, the hard-core Stab fans hated it.
Amber Freeman: What’s wrong with elevated horror? I mean, Jordan Peele f***ing rules.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: Obviously, but that’s not Stab. Real Stab movies are meta slasher whodunits, full stop.
Sam Carpenter: Come on. It’s just a movie.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: No, it’s not. To some people, the original is their favorite thing in the world. The movie that made them love horror. That Mom or Dad showed them when they were ten that bonded them together. And God help anyone who slightly f***s with that special memory. Who makes a movie they think disrespects it.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: It sounds like our killer is writing his own version of Stab 8, but doing it as a requel.
Dewey Riley: Which is?
Mindy Meeks-Martin: See, you can’t just reboot a franchise from scratch anymore. The fans won’t stand for it. Black Christmas, Child’s Play, Flatliners. That s**t doesn’t work.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: But you can’t just do a straight sequel either. You got to build something new. But not too new, or the Internet goes bug-f***ing nuts. It got to be part of an ongoing story line, even if the story shouldn’t have been ongoing in the first place. New main characters, yes, but supported by, and related to, legacy characters. Not quite a reboot, not quite a sequel. Like the new Halloween, Saw, Terminator, Jurassic Park, Ghostbusters. F***, even Star Wars! It always, always goes back to the original!
Sam Carpenter: Are you telling me that I’m caught in the middle of fan f***ing fiction?
Mindy Meeks-Martin: Not just in the middle, Sam. You’re the star.
Liv McKenzie: So, not to put like too fine a point on it, but, according to requel rules, who’s next?
Mindy Meeks-Martin: Going by the pattern, whoever it is has to be connected to someone that came before.
Dewey Riley: I’m starting to regret coming here.
Wes Hicks: Jesus, my mom was a character in one of them.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: No one cares about the s**tty inferior sequels, Wes. You’re safe. With Randy as our uncle though, you and I are probably screwed.
Chad Meeks-Martin: Wait. What?
Richie Kirsch: Or you’re the killer, and this whole, what, elaborate monologue is just to cover your tracks.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: I think it’s pretty clear who the killer is at this point.
Sam Carpenter: Who?
Mindy Meeks-Martin: You. It makes perfect requel sense.
Chad Meeks-Martin: That actually does make a lot of sense.
Richie Kirsch: [as Sam leaves] The first f***ing rule of these movies is don’t split up!
Billy Loomis: [as Sam is hallucinating] I say accept who you are, let’s get out there, find out who’s doing this, and cut some f***ing throats!
Ghostface: [over phone] Hello, Sheriff Judy.
Sheriff Judy Hicks: Who is this?
Ghostface: I think you know. I’m a fan of scary movies. And knives. What’s your favorite scary movie?
Sheriff Judy Hicks: I prefer animated films and musicals.
Sheriff Judy Hicks: [referring to Wes] How do I know you’re anywhere near him?
Ghostface: Ever seen the movie Psycho?
Dewey Riley: A text? You tell me the killer is back in a text?
Gale Weathers: [as she hits his arm] Ow, that hurts.
Dewey Riley: Good!
Dewey Riley: Couldn’t resist a good story, could you?
Gale Weathers: Don’t be an idiot, Dewey. I’m here because I was worried about you. Okay, yes. My producers wanted me to cover this, for obvious reasons. But ninety percent is because of you.
Dewey Riley: Well, I feel ninety percent better.
Dewey Riley: I don’t need your pity, Gale. I made my choices. So did you.
Gale Weathers: It was my turn. It was a great opportunity. You said you’d try.
Dewey Riley: And I did.
Gale Weathers: For two whole months!
Dewey Riley: [to Gale] The mornings aren’t so bad, because I get to see you. Pretend I’m still back there in New York. But then I remember that I couldn’t hack it. I left in the middle of the night, like a coward.
Gale Weathers: You are a lot of things, Dewey, but you are not a coward. You just were meant to be in Woodsboro.
Dewey Riley: And you weren’t?
Gale Weathers: I’m sorry about Judy.
Dewey Riley: Yeah, me too. But she’ll make a great chapter in your next book.
Richie Kirsch: You know, that Mindy girl wasn’t kidding. Stab 8 is not like the others. I mean, no connection to the other movies. No legacy characters at all. If you ask me, this franchise goes off the rails with number five.
Sam Carpenter: Why are you doing this?
Ghostface: You want to know why, Sam? Maybe it’s because you’re a selfish b**ch who can’t even make a decision to save the life of someone you love. Maybe you’re too weak for this franchise.
Sam Carpenter: Maybe you’re right. Or maybe I’m just stalling for time, f***head.
Dewey Riley: The head.
Richie Kirsch: What?
Dewey Riley: You have to shoot them in the head, or they always come back.
Sam Carpenter: Dewey! Who gives a f***?
Dewey Riley: I do.
Ghostface: [killing Dewey] It’s an honor
Sam Carpenter: [referring to Dewey] I’m sorry. I didn’t know him well, but he helped me.
Gale Weathers: That’s what he did. He helped people. I should’ve stopped him.
Sam Carpenter: If you had, my sister would be dead.
Gale Weathers: You shouldn’t be here.
Sidney Prescott: You shouldn’t be here either.
Gale Weathers: Mark and the kids are okay?
Sidney Prescott: Yeah, they’re safe for now. I’m here to make sure of that.
Sam Carpenter: How you feeling?
Tara Carpenter: Every time I get attacked, they give me better painkillers. So there’s that.
Sam Carpenter: [referring to Billy] I was scared that I would turn out just like him. So I ran. To protect you. From me.
Tara Carpenter: Sam, you could never be like him.
Sam Carpenter: You’re so high right now.
Tara Carpenter: I’m so high right now. I’m not even going to lie.
Tara Carpenter: So what do we do now?
Sam Carpenter: What nobody ever does in these situations. We’re going to get the f*** out of Woodsboro.
Sam Carpenter: I’m really sorry about Dewey. But I’m taking my sister away from all this.
Sidney Prescott: I tried running too. It doesn’t work, it always follows.
Sam Carpenter: All due respect, that’s your life, not mine.
Sam Carpenter: What do you want from me, lady?
Gale Weathers: Hey! Watch your tone, new girl. You know how they always say it goes back to the original? Here’s the original.
Sidney Prescott: I want your help. Because you’re wrong, this is your life now. Which means, that whoever this is, is going to keep coming for you.
Sidney Prescott: So I want you to help us kill him.
Sam Carpenter: You want me to help you and the host of a morning show commit murder?
Gale Weathers: Correct.
Sidney Prescott: Yeah.
Sidney Prescott: He killed your friend, he killed ours. And I have kids, which means I won’t sleep until he’s in the ground.
Sam Carpenter: Look, I’m sorry about what this has done to your lives. But no matter what you, or the killer, or anyone says, this isn’t my story.
Gale Weathers: [after Sam leaves] You said it yourself, he’s going to go after her.
Sidney Prescott: I put a tracker on her car.
Gale Weathers: You did what?
Sidney Prescott: It seemed like something Gale Weathers would do.
Gale Weathers: I take that as a compliment.
Sam Carpenter: [referring to stopping to get Tara’s inhaler] What’s the address?
Richie Kirsch: 123 No F***ing Way Lane.
Sam Carpenter: Richie, she needs it.
Richie Kirsch: Yeah! And I need to keep all the blood inside my body. So do you.
Amber Freeman: Shots, really? This is supposed to be a memorial.
Chad Meeks-Martin: Well, this is how I mourn and distract myself from the looming specter of Death.
Amber Freeman: You know what else you shouldn’t do when there’s a masked killer around?
Mindy Meeks-Martin: What?
Amber Freeman: Follow someone into a dark, creepy basement alone. I mean, how do you know I’m not the killer?
Mindy Meeks-Martin: Because I am. I’m not, actually. But let that be a lesson. Don’t trust anyone.
Amber Freeman: Then how can I trust you when you say you’re not the killer?
Mindy Meeks-Martin: Exactly. You’re learning.
Gale Weathers: If I hadn’t have written that book about your mother, none of this would’ve happened.
Sidney Prescott: Gale.
Gale Weathers: I started all of this.
Sidney Prescott: No, you didn’t. Billy Loomis started this, and we’re going to end it. After tonight, no more books, no more movies, no more f***ing Ghostface.
Chad Meeks-Martin: You’re just going to sit and watch a movie about our uncle getting stabbed?
Mindy Meeks-Martin: It calms me down, okay? I’m also going to smoke some weed, and possibly hook up with Frances.
Richie Kirsch: Oh, perfect. She’s having a party. Who has a party in the middle of a killing spree?
Richie Kirsch: I’ll be right back.
Mindy Meeks-Martin: Well, he’s dead.
Liv McKenzie: Why are you looking at me like that?
Mindy Meeks-Martin: Just revising my suspect list.
Liv McKenzie: I thought you said I was too boring to be the killer. Maybe that’s the twist. What do you think, huh? You’re the expert. You know what eventually happens to the expert?
Mindy Meeks-Martin: What?
[Live imitates slashing her throat]
Liv McKenzie: F*** you, Amber. I’m not the f***ing killer!
Amber Freeman: [as she shoots Liv in the head] I know. Welcome to act three.
Richie Kirsch: Run!
Richie Kirsch: There are always two killers. Sam, please put the knife down. Look, I think the other killer might be Tara.
Sam Carpenter: What?
Richie Kirsch: She’s the one that brought us here, and you two have been estranged for years. I mean, how well do you really know her?
Sam Carpenter: Better than I know you.
Sidney Prescott: You ready?
Gale Weathers: For this? Never.
Gale Weathers: [after she’s been shot by Amber] You said we were going to finish this. Go finish it, Sidney.
Sidney Prescott: Gale.
Gale Weathers: For Dewey.
Ghostface: [over phone] Hello, Sidney.
Sidney Prescott: Hello there. Where did you go?
Ghostface: Oh, this isn’t Amber. I’m the other one.
Sidney Prescott: Oh. There’s two of you. Again. I’ve seen this movie before.
Ghostface: Not this movie, Sidney.
Sidney Prescott: You really need some new material.
Ghostface: I got you here, didn’t I?
Sidney Prescott: You might actually be the most derivative one of all. I mean, Christ, the same house?
Ghostface: Maybe so. But you forgot the first rule of surviving a Stab movie. Never answer the…
Sidney Prescott: I’m bored.
Richie Kirsch: [as he stabs Sam] Thank God you’re okay. Because I really, really wanted to be the one to kill you.
Richie Kirsch: I know. It’s a bummer it’s me. But it really was the best choice for the movie.
Sam Carpenter: This isn’t a f***ing movie!
Richie Kirsch: No. But it will be. That’s the point, right, Amber?
Amber Freeman: Right, hon! Third act bloodbath, check. Killers revealed, check. Time for the big finale!
Richie Kirsch: Someone has to save the franchise! You see, no one has made a great Stab movie since the first one. Not really.
Richie Kirsch: Sidney Prescott. You know, I’m a really big fan.
Sidney Prescott: Go f*** yourself.
Richie Kirsch: You see the last Stab movie?
Sidney Prescott: Not really a fan of scary movies.
Richie Kirsch: That checks out. Anyway, it sucked balls. Because nobody takes the true fans seriously. Not really. They just laugh at us, and why? Because we love something? We’re just a f***ing joke to them? How can fandom be toxic? It’s about love! They don’t f***ing understand that these movies are important to people.
Richie Kirsch: Hollywood’s totally f***ing out of ideas, so we decided we’d give them some new source material to follow. You know, bring it back to basics. Because that’s how you make a great Stab movie, Sam. “Based on actual events.”
Sam Carpenter: You did all this just to make me the hero of your f***ed-up movie?
Richie Kirsch: Sweetie, you’re not the hero. You’re the villain. The daughter of Billy Loomis who sees f***ed-up visions of her dead dad? Sidney Prescott killed your father. You did all this just to get her back to Woodsboro.
Amber Freeman: You know what the biggest problem with the Stab movies is? There’s no Michael Myers or Jason Voorhees. No bad guy to keep coming back. But the illegitimate daughter of the original mastermind? Now that’s a f***ing villain.
Sam Carpenter: F*** you!
Richie Kirsch: Well, now you’re just quoting the original.
Amber Freeman: But it wouldn’t work with just you, Sam. See, we had to bring the legacy characters back to make it matter. Can’t have a bona fide Halloween without Jamie Lee!
Richie Kirsch: Nope!
Amber Freeman: Dewey had to die to make it real. To show that this wasn’t just some bulls**t, cash-in, run of the mill sequel. Because our movie has f***ing stakes! Because anyone can die in a requel.
Richie Kirsch: I’m so sorry, Sid. We can’t let you live either. I mean, surviving this many times, that would just be ridiculous. This time the fans are going to be the ones who win.
Richie Kirsch: [to Sam] You really should’ve listened to Dewey. He nailed it in one! Dude, look at the love interest! Are you f***ing stupid? I even had you convinced it could be your sister.
Amber Freeman: [as Sidney smashes the bottle in her face] The f***ing hand sanitizer?
Amber Freeman: It’s not my fault!
Sidney Prescott: Let me guess, the movies made you do it?
Amber Freeman: No, it was the message boards! I was radicalized.
Gale Weathers: By movie fans?
Amber Freeman: Yes, they’re so mad! Please, it’s not my fault. I’m just a dumb kid. I just wanted to be a part of something.
Amber Freeman: I was the last thing Dewey saw before he died too. I can’t believe I get to do you both. No last minute saves this time. Your story’s over! Time to pass the torch.
Gale Weathers: [as she headbutts her] It’s all yours, b**ch!
Gale Weathers: You want to do the honors?
Sidney Prescott: This one’s yours.
Amber Freeman: No! Stop, stop, stop, stop! I’m sorry about Dewey.
Gale Weathers: [as she shoots Amber] F*** you. Enjoy that torch.
Richie Kirsch: [to Sam] Stop f***ing up my ending!
Richie Kirsch: What are you going to do now, huh? Make a scary phone call to me? Pop out of that closet in a Ghostface mask? No. Because you’re the villain! And the villain dies at the end! Those are the rules.
Sam Carpenter: I’m introducing a new rule.
Richie Kirsch: And what would that be? Huh? Well?
Sam Carpenter: Never f*** with the daughter of a serial killer.
[stabs him in the face]
Richie Kirsch: What about my ending?
Sam Carpenter: Here it comes.
[slashes his throat]
Tara Carpenter: [as she shoots Amber] I still prefer The Babadook.
Sam Carpenter: Are you going to be alright?
Sidney Prescott: I’ll survive. I always do.
Sam Carpenter: You were right, about not running.
Sidney Prescott: Sorry about that.
Sam Carpenter: How are you doing?
Gale Weathers: Ask me in a few days. But at least I know what I’m going to write about.
Sam Carpenter: What’s that?
Gale Weathers: Not this. Those f***ers can die in anonymity. But maybe something about a good man who used to be the sheriff here once.
Sidney Prescott: I’d like to read that story.
Sam Carpenter: Can I ask you a weird question?
Sidney Prescott: Yeah.
Sam Carpenter: Am I going to be okay?
Sidney Prescott: Eventually.