Love 'em or hate 'em I enjoy the Scream franchise, but this is not about the movies themselves. If you've seen them you'll know that the first movie features a 119 special, then the other 3 mostly went up to the 120 general for the " hero knife " as the prop guys would call it. What are your thoughts on the use of these two iconic hunters as the weapon of choice for a movie slasher like this ? I don't generally like seeing cutting tools like this portrayed as weapons as Hollywood is responsible for stereotypes that caused a number of bs laws and regulations across the country, but in this movie franchise I think they made an excellent choice. I don't know that the average movie goer is a knife person or hunter that's familiar with these two icons, but they really were a great choice for these movies. The finish and grinds of this aggressive uspwept sweged clip point blade sure do attract light in all the right ways, combine that with the highly polished aluminum handle fittings and you've got a very impressive blade your eyes are instantly drawn to. All this bright shiny razor sharp steel and highly polished aluminum fittings really pop in contrast to the black hood cloak and gloves of the movies killer, and I don't think it's a coincidence. I would like to think the director maybe grew up with a 119 as a hunting knife, but I'm sure it was probably just something the props department brought. I don't know that this movie has done much for sales of the 119 special and 120 General, but I know when I first saw Scream on TV that halloween night when I was 12 that blade sure impressed me. I didn't know what it was at the time but that week the Buck 119 special really jumped out at me in the display at the local Walmart and that's when I knew I just had to own a Buck 119 special. I was even more enamored with it having learned it was a Buck as my other grail was the iconic 110.