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Scream (Originally titled "Scary Movie") is a 1996 horror film directed by Wes Craven and written by Kevin Williamson.
The film revitalized the slasher film genre in the mid 1990s, similar to the impact Halloween (1978) had on the late 1970s film, by using a standard concept with a tongue-in-cheek approach that combined straightforward scares with dialogue, that satirized slasher film conventions.
A chair then smashes the patio door windows, as Casey runs out of the house armed with a kitchen knife.
Right after she is caught up by a cloaked figure in a mask and is stabbed in the chest.
Then Billy, her boyfriend, suddenly comes through Sidney's bedroom window.
At first Sidney is relieved to see Billy but after a cellphone falls out of his pocket she is tempted to believe he was the one who called and attacked her.
Surprised by this revelation, the killer's identity is not shown on-screen.
Meanwhile, as Casey's parents returned home they received their daughter's panicked phone call, only to hear muffled moans on the other end.
He ends their conversation by saying she will find out who the killer is, soon enough...A shocked Casey then hurries to turn the patio lights on, and finds Steve has been disemboweled.The caller promises Casey another round, but Casey instead refuses answer the question.Sidney tries to sort through the trauma of being attacked and, in reaction to circumstantial evidence, unwillingly points an accusatory finger at her boyfriend Billy Loomis.She decides to stay at the home of her friend Tatum Riley, while under the watchful eye of Tatum's brother Dwight, nicknamed Dewey, the Sheriff's deputy.