Back in the 1990s, the SCREAM franchise helped reinvigorate a dying genre as dozens of onscreen teens lost their lives to masked killers. Now, a fourth film in the series is sure to tickle and terrify just like its three predecessors.The movie pulls off some jump-in-your-seat surprises....The good news is the satire is in top form with the return of writer Kevin Williamson, the clever mind who created the 1996 original SCREAM...SCREAM 4 has more than a decade's worth of new flesh for the flaying. Back at their respective helps, Williamson and Craven do so with gusto -- literally and metaphorically, slaughtering modern horror's sacred, sequelized cows...Some of the riffs are really funny and/or expertly scary....The makers of SCREAM 4 revisit old haunts where, it turns out, the technology is newfangled but Ghostface is long in the tooth. -- Grade: B-3 stars out of 5 -- The opening is pure SCREAM, with multiple murders, cameos and more double bluffing than a pro-poker tournament....New faces help freshen things up and a decent twist dominates the third act.[Craven] can still set up and deliver a stalk-and-scare sequence...