The teaser for Scream 4 debuted at the 2010 Scream awards this weekend, but a new, longer version has been released.

Scream 4 comes more than 10 years after the last installment of the hugely successful franchise. The first three films grossed more than $300 million domestically, and helped revitalize a lagging horror genre in the 90s. With horror movies again beginning to feel stale and grosses of franchises such as “Saw” declining, maybe it’s a perfect time for “Scream 4,” to come and rip on horror movies. As the trailer and director Wes Craven have indicated, this is a film that will be observational of what kind of horror cliches are in vogue.

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