Wes Craven

Next Wes Craven Out For Halloween

Wes Craven's My Soul to Take, previously known as 25/8  (because, like, you'll be scared 25 hours a day, eight days a week) has been getting a bit overshadowed in the news stakes with all the talk of Scream 4.... Read more
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Wes Craven to begin shooting 'Scream 4' in Spring

The horror sequel that no one asked for has been greenlight and will begin filming this spring. No, not SAW VIII. And no, not HALLOWEEN 3 either. SCREAM 4 will begin filming next month with Neve Campbell, David Arquette and Courteney Cox all reprising their roles from the first three films.... Read more
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Wes Craven to direct Scream 4?

Bloody-Disgusting, which originally reported on the fourth addition to the once hit franchise Scream, spoke with Wes Craven at a junket for his latest remake, The Last House On The Left.  Craven talked to them about the possibility of directing Scream 4:... Read more
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Scream 3

Wes Craven's Scream and Scream 2 were a half-parody/half-tribute to the first wave of slasher films of the 1970s and 1980s, and since most of them spawned a large number of sequels, it's only appropriate that... Read more
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Scream 2

A year after the monstrous success of 1996's neo-slasher flick Scream, director Wes Craven and screenwriter Kevin Williamson reunited for this follow-up.... Read more
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Scream

Scream is at once a slasher film and a tongue-in-cheek position paper on the "dead teenagers" movies of the late 1970s/early 1980s that plays as half-parody, half-tribute.... Read more
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Wes Craven's New Nightmare

Veteran horror director Wes Craven was responsible for the hit 1984 film A Nightmare on Elm Street, which introduced the character of Freddy Krueger.... Read more
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The Hills Have Eyes Part II

Everyone's favorite desert-dwelling mutant cannibals return in this gruesome sequel to the classic drive-in shocker!... Read more
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A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

A decade of wisecracking sequels have not diminished the power of this striking horror film from the director of Scream. Teenagers in a small town are dropping like flies, apparently in the grip of mass hysteria causing their suicides.... Read more
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The Hills Have Eyes (1977)

Fans of Wes Craven's more recent major studio work (the Scream series) may be put off by the low-budget griminess of his sophomore feature, The Hills Have Eyes, but the director's longtime supporters and aficionados of '70s horror will ... Read more
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