Have you ever watched the movie ‘Scream’? If you have, then you’re probably familiar with the iconic question: “What’s your favorite scary movie?” But does the movie actually reveal the answer?
In the opening scene of ‘Scream’, the killer calls Casey Becker (played by Drew Barrymore) and asks her this infamous question. After a brief conversation, he reveals that he has her boyfriend tied up outside and threatens to kill him if she doesn’t answer his questions correctly.
Although Casey is a horror movie fanatic, she doesn’t get the chance to reveal her favorite scary movie before being brutally murdered by the killer. So unfortunately, we never find out what her answer would have been.
The Importance of the Question
The question itself has become a cultural phenomenon and is often referenced in pop culture. It has even spawned its own meme format where people replace “scary movie” with various other things.
But why is this question so memorable? Perhaps it’s because it taps into our own fears and interests.
Many people love horror movies, but they also fear them. This question plays on those conflicting emotions and adds an extra layer of tension to an already suspenseful scene.
- Fun Fact: The line “What’s your favorite scary movie?” was ad-libbed by actor Skeet Ulrich (who played Billy Loomis) during filming.
In conclusion, while ‘Scream’ may ask the iconic question “What’s your favorite scary movie?”, we never actually find out what Casey Becker’s answer would have been. However, the significance of this line lives on in pop culture and remains a memorable moment in horror movie history.