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  • In Scream 4 when Kirby starts naming horrir movie remake, what was Ghostface's question going to be? I remember it went something like this: "Name the remake of the groundbreaking horror film in which the villain is..." before being cut off by Kirby who start naming remakes. Does anyone know what the question was?

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    • Just so it appears on the box on the right of the website.

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    • Still wish someone else would visit.

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    • No idea. I'm not actually much of a movie fan besides Scream and a few others. I think there is something all the movies she mentions have in common and we really should all try and work that out because it is mind boggling.

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    • Finally. Someone replied thanks. Halloween could be the awnser if the killer asked "...in which the villain is related to the protagonist".

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    • I think that it could be a trick question related to Charlie. Like, "...in which the killer is right in front of you". No answer to that.

      Just an idea.

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    • Of course, even if Kirby got the awnser wrong Charlie would still not die since he was Jill's accomplice.

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    • I thought of it as a smart twist of how Ghostface's average victims other than Kirby wouldn't have known or guessed. Something to throw the audience off while it really means nothing.

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    • Randy Is The Other Victim That Would Have Guessed As He Was The Orginal Movie Buff 

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    • doesnt it seem wierd that the movie buffs are either homicidal maniacs or victims

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    • TheLorax wrote:
      I think that it could be a trick question related to Charlie. Like, "...in which the killer is right in front of you". No answer to that.

      Just an idea.

      I know this is over two years old, but I would have to agree with you, Lorax. Taking into consideration that Charlie was one of the killers, no doubt it would have been a question that would somehow reveal to Kirby that he was one of the killers. Alas, we will never know of course unless they ever comment on this particular scene in a possible commentary audio in a future re-release of the movie.

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    • why do the killers always reveal themselves, and then they monologue and give the characters time to escape and kill them/run away. like when Mrs loomis had a gun on Sidney, she could have just pulled the trigger and be done but no, we had to hear her whole life story

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    • Stabalot wrote:
      why do the killers always reveal themselves, and then they monologue and give the characters time to escape and kill them/run away. like when Mrs loomis had a gun on Sidney, she could have just pulled the trigger and be done but no, we had to hear her whole life story

      Well, that would be a little too anticlimatic, don't you think? And besides, the killers want Sidney to know why they are targeting her before they attempt to kill her. Another reason, is well, because, Sidney is the main protagonist. The killers have to take their sweet-ass time to give Sidney a chance to escape and kill them.

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    • but why, after so many movies where the antagonist lets the progtagonist escape it eventually gets old. i found myself yelling at the screen saying "JUST KILL HER ALREADY", i would find that very different from other movies

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