Scream terrified fans for the first time in 1995 and 26 years on the franchise are back to do it all over again. As there are still a few months before the release of the fifth installment, you can watch the first four movies from the Scream franchise right now.

Fans have been wondering where they can watch all of the Scream movies before the release of Scream 5 and HITC has found the answer.

Where can I watch Scream 1-4?

If you want to celebrate Halloween 2021 by watching all of the Scream thrillers then look no further as you can do exactly that before the upcoming release of the fifth installment.

Unfortunately, the Scream movies are not available to stream on Netflix, Amazon or Hulu. The meta slasher movies are however available for subscribers of FuboTV and DirecTV and are also available to rent on services including Apple TV, Amazon, Google Play and YouTube. Fans can also purchase the Scream movies from these services with the cost ranging from $4.99 to $14.99.

Who will star in Scream 5?

It has been confirmed that scream queen, Neve Campbell will be returning to our screens to reprise the role of Sidney Prescott, alongside David Arquette who portrays Deputy Dwight ‘Dewey’ Riley in the Scream series.

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Arquette’s ex-wife, Courteney Cox will also reprise her role as Gale Weathers and Roger L. Jackson will return as the voice of Ghostface.

After the passing of Wes Craven, who directed the first four films in the Scream franchise, filmmakers Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett took the reigns on creating the new Scream movie.

When will Scream 5 be released?

Scream 5 wrapped production in November 2020, and the film will bring terror back to the quiet town of Woodsboro twenty-five years after a streak of brutal murders. With a new killer donning the Ghostface mask, secrets will be unearthed from the town’s deadly past.

The fifth installment from the Scream franchise will be released on 14th January 2022 in the United Kingdom and the United States. It is currently planned to be released exclusively in cinemas.

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