Wes Craven


Wes Craven’s Best Scenes

Depending largely on hallucinations and psychological terror, and working from a Richard Maxwell and A.R. Simoun screenplay, Craven whips up some truly memorable dream sequences, some unsettling poetic images, and a host of visual metaphors

Wes Craven’s Best Scenes

Visually, A Nightmare on Elm Street is a real treat hovering somewhere between gothic, supernatural imagery and the typical 80’s slasher fare. Cinematographer Jacques Haitkin’s work here is innovative and atmospheric, capturing a malevolent mood with light and shadow, most notably in the surrealistic basement scenes set around the furnace.

Scream, Ep. 1.01 to 1.03: Sharpen your knives, this could actually be good

If one glances around at the Movie-to-TV adaptation landscape, things are looking surprisingly good. Hannibal is the best show on television right now, Fargo was one of the best surprises of last year and looks like it will continue as such in its second season this fall, and now MTV is adding one more Movie-to-TV adaptation to its roster; shout out to MTV’s other Movie-to-TV breadwinner Teen Wolf,

New on Video: ‘The Beyond’

What [Fulci] did best within the [horror] genre, he did as well as any other filmmaker…. And arguably his finest achievement, certainly one that perfectly showcases his style and skill, is The Beyond (1981), out now on an extensive 3-disc collectors edition Blu-ray.

100 + Greatest Horror Movies (Pt. 2): 124-101

Throughout the month of October, Editor-in-Chief and resident Horror expert Ricky D, will be posting a list of his favorite Horror films of all time. The list will be posted in six parts. Click here to see every entry.

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