Scream Phone Voice: Do you like scary movies? Sidney Prescott: What's the point? They're all the same. Some stupid killer stalking some big-breasted girl who can't act who is always running up the stairs when she should be running out the front door. It's insulting. Somebody is playing a deadly game, and they're aren't playing fair. After the fourth set of Woodsboro murders, everyone expected for it to be over. Everyone was wrong. After third murder spree survivor Mark Kincaid is found brutally murdered, tensions begin to rise in Windsor, a small town located 30 miles away from Woodsboro. This time, the new batch of teens won't have the help of Sydney, Dewey, or Gale to help them but they will have...Joel. As the teens begin dropping it becomes more and more obvious that this killer is playing by the Golden Age of horror cinema, the 70's. Where gore and cheesiness ruled the screen.In the words of Tobe Hooper, who will survive? And what will be left of them? Remember that since Scream was praised for ridiculing itself and other horror films, I'd like for this role play to be somewhat satirical of other horror role plays.