What’s your favourite scary movie?
Well, if it’s 2000’s Scream 3, you’re in for a treat, as the slasher three-quel is hacking its way to 4K UHD this Halloween season.
Scream 3 will join its franchise mates, 1996’s Scream and its 1997 sequel as the latest in the series to get the ultimate upgrade.
In terms of features, besides a major quality upgrade, it looks like this set ports over the extras from the mid-2000s DVD trilogy box. These include:
* Audio commentary by director Wes Craven, producer Marianne Maddalena and editor Patrick Lussier;
* Deleted scenes, with optional commentary by Wes Craven, Marianne Maddalena and Patrick Lussier;
* Alternate ending, with optional commentary by Wes Craven, Marianne Maddalena and Patrick Lussier;
* Behind-the-scenes montage;
* Music video by Creed – “What If”
* Theatrical trailer;
* TV spots
The upgrade will see release on October 3rd and will be accompanied by a box set containing all three 4K Scream releases together.
This means the only movie in the franchise lacking a 4K upgrade is 2011’s Scream 4… But something tells us it won’t be long until it’s here.
Both the Scream 3 4K release and the full trilogy are available now for pre-order at all good online retailers. Happy screaming!