Scary Movie, a parody film released in 2000, is known for its over-the-top comedic take on popular horror films. While the movie is meant to be funny, it does contain some inappropriate scenes that may not be suitable for all audiences. Here are some of the scenes you may want to skip if you’re easily offended or prefer more family-friendly content.
The Opening Scene
The movie starts with a parody of the opening scene from Scream. In this scene, Drew Decker (played by Carmen Electra) is home alone and receives a phone call from the killer.
The conversation quickly turns sexual as the killer asks Drew to show him her breasts. Drew complies and begins to undress, revealing her lingerie-clad body to the camera.
Warning: This scene contains nudity and sexual content.
The Classroom Scene
In this scene, we see Cindy Campbell (played by Anna Faris) in a classroom setting. The teacher asks Cindy to read a poem called “I Love Your Sex” out loud. As she reads, the poem becomes increasingly graphic and vulgar.
Warning: This scene contains explicit sexual language.
The Shower Scene
Brenda (played by Regina Hall) is taking a shower when she hears strange noises coming from the bathroom. She investigates and finds nothing out of the ordinary but continues to shower. Suddenly, we see a hand reach through the shower curtain and begin to touch Brenda inappropriately.
Warning: This scene contains nudity and inappropriate touching.
The Ghostface Scene
In this scene, Cindy is being chased by Ghostface (the killer from Scream). As she tries to escape, Ghostface corners her and begins to simulate sex with her against a tree.
Warning: This scene contains simulated sex and may be offensive to some viewers.
The movie ends with a parody of the final scene from Scream. In this scene, the killer is revealed to be none other than Doofy (played by Dave Sheridan), the bumbling police officer who has been assisting the main characters throughout the film. As Doofy takes off his disguise, he reveals that he has an erection.
- Final Thoughts
While Scary Movie is meant to be a comedic take on popular horror films, it does contain some inappropriate scenes that may not be suitable for all audiences. If you’re easily offended or prefer more family-friendly content, you may want to skip this movie. However, if you’re a fan of raunchy humor and don’t mind a little bit of nudity and sexual content, then Scary Movie may be right up your alley.