Scream is celebrating Friendskilling with a brand new series of poster drops. The new posters feature our issue #14 poster ghoul, looming large in the background as the faces of potential victims reflect in that shiny knife of theirs. Just make sure you swap out that knife before you get to carving the turkey. A post on the official Scream Twitter feed rotates through the new posters in a brand new video, giving the art an extra sinister effect. We spy with our Fangtastic eye... fan franchise favorites one Sidney Prescott, Gale Weathers, Dewey Riley, and soon-to-be fan favorites Jenna Ortega, Dylan Minnette, and... well we'll just let you enjoy these character posters.
Scream is only in theaters January 14, 2022. And if you haven't heard, Ghostface is our cover ghoul for the upcoming subscriber only issue. That means if you want Ghostface in your mailbox, (you won't find Ghostface on newsstands... We repeat... You will not find Ghostface on newsstands) then get in on a Fango subscription. (Psst...keep your eyes peeled for Black Friday deals.)
- Our cover story is a conversation between Radio Silence (Tyler Gillett, Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, and Chad Villella, the filmmaking team behind the new film), and franchise creator Kevin Williamson.
- This issue will also look back at the entire history of the franchise (and just to earn that cheeky cover, we’ll include an article about the not-quite-real Stab film series).
- Our newsstand cover will feature an entirely different image, as is our custom since issue 11. Considering our last subscriber cover (from only one month ago) is now selling on eBay for over $200, and considering SCREAM is the most eagerly anticipated franchise jump-start on the horror landscape, you might want to subscribe before December 19th to make sure you get this exclusive cover.