Scream 4 (R)

★★☆☆☆

I scream, you scream, we all scream for … more Scream? The fourth installment of the seminal ’90s horror franchise (and the first in more than a decade) follows poor Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell), now a best-selling author, as yet another copycat killer in an Edvard Munch-inspired mask picks off her nearest and dearest. The formula no longer feels fresh, but at least Ghostface knows enough to call victims on their smartphones now.

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Mumford & Sons

Concert Review

Mumford & Sons

By Craig A. Nyman

With a full moon looming overhead, nothing could burst the bubble of sing-along euphoria taking place at the Cosmopolitan’s Boulevard Pool on April 15 when Mumford & Sons delivered a memorable 15-song set for a capacity crowd. Marcus Mumford set the tone early as he wailed away on his guitar during the title track of the band’s Sigh No More album. If “Roll Away Your Stone” skyrocketed the energy level, then “Little Lion Man” set the raucous crowd on fire. Mumford sat in on drums for “Lover of the Light,” one of a handful of new songs mixed into the set.

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