Make A Scene (In Your Own Home) – Scream-A-Long Scream

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor
Warner Brothers

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This October, Make A Scene intend to make you scream with a virtual watch-a-long of Wes Craven’s cult post-modern slasher film. This is Scream as you’ve never experienced it before, with hostesses Gary Williams and Grace Oni Smith providing an introduction and live commentary as the iconic Ghostface killer rips his way through Woodsboro, California.

We’re told to expect drag appearances from Grace who will take on the role of Courtney Cox’s newsreporter Gale Weathers, as well as Beau Blonde who will step into the shoes of Drew Barrymore as Casey Becker. There will also be special video content, scares, surprises, games and audience interactions as the full Make A Scene experience moves into your living room.

the full Make A Scene experience moves into your living room.

All proceeds will go to the performers themselves, all you need to do is buy a ticket and make sure you have a copy of the film to hand — so make sure you grab a DVD, or sort out a streaming rental. Make A Scene will be sharing food and drink ideas in advance, while the dress code is an appropriate “Masc 4 Mask” — a.k.a. grab a Halloween mask.

Rather ominously, it’s also suggested that one lucky audience member might receive an in-person (socially distanced) visit from Ghostface himself…

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