Scary Girl Killers Is Real – This Book Exposes the Facts
“Scream 4” is the third film in the Scream series. It’s widely considered one of the top horror films of all time. The premise is simple: a young girl (=# Marketable) stumbles into an abandoned house, finds a mysterious, masked figure, and proceeds to kill everyone in sight. This includes her own mother, her high school sweetheart, her new boyfriend, and even her friendly neighborhood shopkeeper. The lone survivor of the house massacre is played by actress Neve Campbell, who was nominated for an Academy Award for Herself (Played by Jennifer Aniston).
In addition to her excellent acting skills, Neve Campbell also had quite the career before she became associated with the smash hit Scream series. She appeared in four Grand Theft Auto games, including the original PlayStation game and its sequel. She also appeared in the horror/thriller “The Shining” as well as the TV show “TAPS”. Then, in 1999, she guest starring in the television movie “Hearts in Gold”. But perhaps her best role to date would be her turn as the ghostly “Scream” in the Wes Craven’s “A Nightmare On Elm Street” remake.
After playing the ghost of her friend Alice in the woods, Campbell moved on to star in two more Wes Craven films, namely “Scream” and “The Shape”. Both of these films are equally popular, both in the audience and among critics. Both of them feature amazing special effects and some of the most memorable moments have ever been featured in a horror film. The scenes in the woodsboro house are especially great, since the entire scene is lit with very creepy green lighting.
In the first film, “Scream”, there is the presence of a serial killer who attacks his own brother, in an act of jealousy. He later tries to kill his own mother with the help of his younger sister, and later on his daughter. There are several other characters involved, as the local newspaper editor, reporters, and police officers try to catch the serial killer. Some of the other characters include the final girl, Jill Valentine, who just happens to be the sister of the serial killer, and she appears to be the target of the killer’s ire as well. Other minor characters include the hospital clerk, police officers, and a couple of nurses at the local hospital.
One of the things that makes the film such a memorable one, is the portrayal of the final girl, Jill Valentine. She appears to be the target of the whole scene, and it doesn’t take long for the viewer to see why she is being targeted by the killer. It is also revealed that she has had a troubled past, which is shown when we see that she has a mental illness. It is through the investigation of her and the police detectives that we learn more about the killer.
It seems that Jill has received quite a bit of attention from all around, which is surprising because she was a minor character in the first film. Her appearance, which is much different from the image of a typical Halloween slasher, makes her seem like a real threat for the main characters. Her role was more significant than what people thought, which is evident when we discover that she is the target of the slasher that is going by the nickname “Killer”. It is also revealed that she is related to the “Tattoo” family. The fact that she was the only target does not stop her from receiving a lot of attention from the press, TV networks, newspapers, magazines and the internet. Even her death is covered in detail, even though she is the final female victim.
The book continues with the investigation of the killer. We learn that he is obsessed with female victims, which is evident when he tells his psychiatrist, “I just can’t get rid of girls”. Apparently, he has been seeing three women over a short period. The third woman he is seeing is Jill Valentine.
The third female slasher killer has a strange way of telling her story. During the course of the investigation, we discover that the serial killer keeps a diary, but he is hesitant to give the details. This is the first rule of creating female victims, make sure that you don’t give out any information about your victim in the beginning stages. The fact that the killer chose Jill as his final girl before committing suicide is another interesting tidbit that we learn in the novel.