NEW YORK, NEW YORK - OCTOBER 07: A cosplayer is dressed as Ghostface from "Scream" poses during the first day of Comic Con at Javits Center on October 07, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)
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Every Ghostface In The Scream Series, Ranked
9. Roman Bridger
Due to a shoe-horned retcon and a lame rehash of the original's twist Roman’s Ghostface killer in “Scream 3” is the easy choice for the bottom of our list Not to mention Roman's use of a voice changer replete with technology that still doesn't exist, allowing him to mimic any character's voice, is a lazy plot device that is just unforgivably silly.
8. Charlie Walker
Charlie (Rory Culkin), one of the killers in "Scream 4," has a lot of meta and entertaining banter, some of the most graphic kills, and his reveal is a genuine surprise. However, his motive is a bit of a rehash and isn't quite as scary and cold-blooded as his cohort in crime, Jill.
7. Mrs. Loomis
The audience has almost no reason to suspect Deb Salt in “Scream 2,” making the twist a shock (if not a little convenient.) And while Laurie Metcalfe's scenery-chewing is a blast to watch, her motive is a bit too straightforward in comparison to others on the list to rank higher.
6. Amber Freeman
By killing Dewey in “Scream 5,” Amber Freeman succeeds where multiple Ghostfaces before her have failed, and she gets an epic throwdown with Sidney and Gale. Her cohort Richie ranks higher mostly because his betrayal is more maddening because we all should have seen it coming a mile away.
5. Mickey Altieri
“Scream 2’s” Mickey is entertaining to watch even before his killer reveal and is responsible for some of the franchise's best slasher moments. His motivation is as absurd as it is frighteningly believable and his surprise return from the dead, only to be blasted into oblivion by Sidney and Gale, is one final scare for a top-tier Ghostface.