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Video Tribute to the Life and Work of the Late Master of Horror Wes Craven

Nelson Carvajal from RogerEbert.com has created a video tribute to the life and work of Wes Craven who recently passed away after a battle with brain cancer at the age of 76. Craven created some of the most memorable bogeymen in film, and it is impossible to understate the impact he had on the horror genre – from his provocative 1970’s boundary-pushing indie gems to the franchises he launched and even his more commercial ventures later in his career.


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