a nightmare on elm street
It highlighted for me how we can all make buffoons of ourselves in the face of diversity.
There's much more to Wes Craven's legacy than a single movie villain. We explore Craven's massive impact on the film industry in what will be remembered as one of the most celebrated and impactful careers from a screenwriter, producer, and director.
It’s hard to argue in favor of the CG. Watch this trailer: The scary visual is one of the best tools to utilize in horror
A fitting tribute to horror's shrill-seeker.
To film enthusiasts and horror fans, Wes Craven was one of these rare individuals. An artist whose work not only impacted the genre, but also changed the whole conversation.
"Flat-out: we are living in horror times. So smart, fearless, honest horror is uniquely suited to addressing the damage of this world gone mad."
Christopher Nolan wrote and directed Inception, an action-packed, but rather depressing, science fiction story about corporate espionage via lucid dreaming. Leonardo DiCaprio and Marion Cotillard star as a couple who fall too deeply into the dream world.
Thirty years ago! Scary! Yet inspiring. (Certainly most millennials I encounter are ripping off that era as fast as their iPad-laden hands can grab.) For your pleasure and edification, I was there (and then), and I reflect.
Film montages are de rigueur for the viral Internet rounds, but they aren't usually this fun. A new video, part of a project
BOO! With Halloween upon us, HuffPost Weird News has assembled a list of 13 horror films that were inspired by disturbing
There's really no comparing the latest rendition of A Nightmare on Elm Street to Wes Craven's now-iconic 1984 slasher film. The original is far better and mind you, I say this having never actually seen the original.
Click on the player to hear the episode. Freddy's back, and the Cinefantastique Horror, Fantasy & Science Fiction Podcast