‘Scream’ Led to Tripling of Caller ID Use and 4 More Fun Facts About Horror Classic

‘Scream’ Led to Tripling of Caller ID Use and 4 More Fun Facts About Horror Classic
Drew Barrymore says that caller ID use in the U.S. tripled after “Scream” was released in 1996 — and she would know, because her character might’ve survived past 10 minutes if she had it.

Scream,” Wes Craven’s meta-horror satire and classic, was CBS’ Sunday night movie screening, and Barrymore hosted a reunion of the film and its sequels. And in addition to some fun cast interviews, a lot of the stars of the film live-tweeted Sunday night with some of their own trivia. Here’s just a few of the nuggets that were revealed as everyone had a night in with Ghostface.

Everyone wears black boots

David Arquette said in a tweet that director Craven paid such close attention to details that he asks many of the people in the cast to wear black boots to lend to the suspicion that any character could be the killer.

Arquette even added
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