Responsible for some of the most iconic and timeless horror films of the last 50 years, Wes Craven was a true genre pioneer. From The Last House on the Left and The Hills Have Eyes to A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream, the twenty feature films he directed have influenced so much of what we take for granted in today’s horror landscape. While the world lost Wes Craven in 2015, he left behind a massive legacy of horror films that will never be forgotten.
20 years ago Wes Craven released the first sequel to his genre-bending slasher film, Scream. Released on December 12, 1997, Scream 2 follows a shaken Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) to college where she’s tormented by a […]
In 1984, Wes Craven released A Nightmare on Elm Street and changed horror culture forever. Freddy Krueger has become an icon, appearing in eight films and a TV series, but the original film is more […]
A director’s job is to tell a story. With time, good directors have a style that comes forth, and great directors can change the landscape of filmmaking. Some directors even become more recognizable than the […]
The legendary Robert Englund is back in Robert Kurtzman’s makeup chair for the full Freddy Krueger treatment in the new documentary Nightmares In The Makeup Chair. For the first time ever fans will get an […]