Casey Becker's House on HGTV's Reel Homes Real Scary

Our good friend Anthony Torres was kind enough to upload the Casey Becker House segment of HGTV's Reel Homes Real Scary.

Check it out below...

It's always kind of neat to get a good look at famous movie houses that aren't easily accessible to us regular folk.

Huge thanks to Anthony Torres again. You 'da real MVP!

New Poll: What do YOU want the next Scream movie to be?

Head on over to the forum and vote in the poll and tell us what you want the next Scream movie to be!

Sequel? Remake? Direct sequel to the original (like Halloween 2018)? Sound off!

New & Improved Scream-Thrillogy Forum!

Just a quick update: the Scream-Thrillogy Forum is now ad-free, self-hosted and 100% mobile friendly!

Stop in today and become a member if you haven't already.

Scream turns 23!

Scream was released in theaters 23 years ago today. December 20, 1996, is the day the horror genre officially made a comeback.

Do you remember the first time you saw Scream? What was your initial thoughts/reaction?

We'd love to hear your first-viewing stories! Sound off in the comments below or start a thread in the forum.

Scream 2 turns 22!

Released December 12, 1997, Scream 2 changed the sequel game forever! It's no secret that I favor Scream 2 over the others, so here's to the sequel that's "Twice as hip, scary & entertaining!"

My favorite Scream 2 TV spot:

Breaking: New Scream movie is coming

The cat's out of the bag...a new Scream movie is in the foreseeable future. We were all sure that Blumhouse would snatch the rights but that doesn't seem to be the case. Enter Spyglass Media Group.

Here's the scoop from Bloody Disgusting...
Bloody Disgusting can exclusively report that Gary Barber’s Spyglass Media Group is currently developing the next Scream, based on the franchise created by Craven and writer Kevin Williamson. BD went on to say exactly how Spyglass got the rights...
How did Spyglass land the rights? Well, as Variety previously explained, “Spyglass Media Group was re-launched as a content company in March by former MGM topper Barber, Lantern Entertainment co-presidents Andy Mitchell and Milos Brajovic and strategic investors Eagle Pictures and Cineworld Group.”

Lantern Entertainment is the company that acquired all of Dimension Films’ assets after the allegations against Harvey Weinstein put the company in bankruptcy. Obviously, there is no word on the …

Thoughts on Scream: Resurrection?

So VH1's three-night Scream event has come and gone and I'm interested to know what you thought about it?

Personally, I was a little let-down, but not disappointed. I didn't have the highest of expectations to begin with. I loved hearing the killer voiced by Roger Jackson again, so that was a major plus. But my biggest gripe is with one of the killer's motives. You know the one.

Sound off below or in the forums!