A late-night watch party of Scream with good friends is always a treat. Though in 2020, its a bit of an ironic experience. This film was made in retrospect of the horror films of the late 80's and early 90's. Its very self aware and is constantly referencing classic horror movies, which is a good laugh most of the time. The true irony for us current viewers is that this movie has been constantly rehashed itself. So not only is it referencing clichés but its simultaneously creating them. With that said, it's still loads of fun. It's not scary in the slightest, but maybe that's the true genius of master horror director Wes Craven's Scream. It doesn't have to be scary. The actors, the script, the ridiculous plot, the loads of fake blood, all of it timeless because it's fun. Truthfully, that's a lot more than can be said about 90% of horror films that release today.