We may have lost Wes Craven last year, but we’ll always have the terrifying films he created—and as long as actor Robert Englund is willing, we still have Freddy Krueger. He’ll be hosting El Rey Network’s “Rip Your Heart Out” Valentine’s Day horror marathon, featuring five Nightmare on Elm Street films.
Horror fans all over the world are mourning the passing of director Wes Craven. To remind you why he’ll never be replaced, here’s a look at five of the most terrifying scenes he ever directed. Are you ready for Freddy?
Legendary director Wes Craven died yesterday at the age of 76. His name became synonymous with horror, thanks to films like A Nightmare on Elm Street, Last House on the Left, and the Scream series—a most unexpected career for a man who didn’t even see his first movie until he was in college.
Iconic horror director Wes Craven died today aged 76, of brain cancer. In addition to creating the character of Freddy Krueger in Nightmare on Elm Street and the most famous meta-horror franchise with Scream, he also directed People Under the Stairs, Swamp Thing, and The Hills Have Eyes.
Wes Craven (Scream, A Nightmare On Elm Street) and Steve Niles (co-creator of 30 Days of Night) are working on a TV adaptation of Niles' latest comic: The Disciples. It's described as "a scifi horror story set in space."
Long have we been speculating what Wes Craven's new MTV Scream series Ghostface mask would look like. And now we know.... it's green. For reasons. Behold the new horror. UPDATE: Phew, it's not the mask after all!
The movie version of the Twilight saga comes to an end tomorrow — with quite possibly the biggest vampire smackdown ever committed to film. We sat down with Jackson Rathbone, who plays Jasper, for an exclusive interview. Rathbone told us about the massive battle scene — and why Twilight's vampires are sort of like the…
This weekend sees the release of two self-aware takes on the horror genre: Cabin in the Woods and Detention. So this is a great time to pay tribute to the long tradition of meta horror films that have winked at the audience and poked fun at the tropes of the genre.
In this priceless clip from 2005 werewolf flick Cursed, a pre-Heroes Milo "Peter Petrelli" Ventimiglia decides to come out to the class nerd - who he thinks is gay, but is actually a wolf.
Wes Craven's 1989 filmShocker, also known as "The Boss From X-Files as A Serial Killer With Electrical Powers" and not the hand gesture with an entirely different meaning, is gearing up for a sequel at some point this year. This is one of those "why the hell would they?" cases where the original was so bad, it just…