Post by Hayden English on Jul 11, 2013 6:18:31 GMT -6
First of all, I'd like to clarify that I did NOT write this and I am NOT taking credit for doing so. All credit goes to Cman710. I'm just a fan of his work and wanted to share it with the VPN community.
17 years have passed since the murders in Hollywood, Sidney Prescott-Kincaid (Neve Campbell) is a successful writer, married to Detective Mark Kincaid (Patrick Dempsey), with one child, a young teenager, Neil (Kevin McHale), and living in her hometown of Woodsboro. Everything seems to be calm until she and Mark take in one of Mark's cases, a sixteen year old boy named Joseph (Max Thieriot) whose entire family was murdered in a triple homicide. Soon after the arrival of the new member of their family, two students at Woodsboro High School are found brutally murdered, and Joseph begins receiving threatening phone calls from someone claiming to be his family's murderer.
But it isn't just Sidney's kids who become the targets, the living family members of Ghostface's prior victims are being found dead, one-by-one, in ways that eerily resemble the murders nearly twenty years before. Gale Weathers-Riley (Courtney Cox), of course, jumps at the first sign of excitement in the otherwise dull small town, while her husband, now Sheriff Dewey Riley (David Arquette), struggles to hone in on the identity of the killer.
With all eyes and suspicions on Joseph, Sidney struggles to clear the name of her Foster Son. Only to find herself descending deeper into the secrets of Woodsboro then ever before. Because after all, in a small town like Woodsboro, Maureen Prescott's secrets were only the beginning. Solving this mystery is going to be an all new level of murder.