Scream

Any avid horror movie connoisseur will tell you that Wes Craven's 1996 hit Scream carries a huge load of responsibility on pop-culture and how horror movies would continue to be written for generations to come. From parodies featured in Boy Meets World to launching the Scary Movie franchise, Scream still holds its own against other horror films with its ability to still make you jump. Plus, you get to see a young Drew Barrymore and the beginning of Courtney Cox and David Arquette's relationship. No horror movie collection would be complete if it didn't contain Scream. So, start your Frightmare Weekend with this trailblazing horror classic by heading to Alamo Drafthouse Richardson (501 W. Belt Line Rd) at 6 p.m. Thursday and stick around afterward for a Q&A with the beautiful Neve Campbell. Tickets are $20. Go to drafthouse.com/dfw for more info.
Thu., April 30, 6 p.m., 2015
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Lucas Buckels
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