Tag Archives: Wes Craven

Wes Craven-produced The Girl in the Photographs Acquired For 2016 Release

The Girl in the Photographs

Horror legend Wes Craven recently passed away, but will never be forgotten. In fact, the last film that Craven executive produced, The Girl in the Photographs, has been acquired by Vertical Entertainment and will release the film theatrically in early 2016. Nick Simon’s horror crime thriller stars Kal Penn, Claudia Lee, Kenny Wormald, Toby Hemingway,

Movie Review: Pay the Ghost (2015)

Pay the Ghost

A professor frantically searches for his son who was abducted during a Halloween parade. Director: Uli Edel Writers: Tim Lebbon (novel), Dan Kay (screenplay) Stars: Nicolas Cage, Sarah Wayne Callies, Veronica Ferres, Lyriq Bent, Lauren Beatty, Kalie Hunter, Jack Fulton, Stephen McHattie Production: A RLJ Entertainment release of a Voltage Pictures presentation of a Voltage

R.I.P. Wes Craven

Wes Craven

Legendary horror director and creator of the one and only Freddy Krueger, Wes Craven, has passed away of brain cancer at the age of 76. Words cannot truly describe the impact that Craven had on horror. From his debut film, The Last House of the Left, Craven showed that he was someone special. His follow

Scream TV Series: My Thoughts So Far


I catch a lot of slack for actually enjoying the Scream TV series. Heck, I even catch a lot of slack when I say that the Scream movies are not all that bad. I know that there are fans that love the series as well as a multitude of people that admonish Wes Craven for

Movie Review- The Last House on the Left (1972)

**THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOLIERS** Known for being controversial, The Last House on the Left (1972) pushed the boundaries of its time. Even today, the film covers issues of violence and sexual abuse in a way that many film viewers may find unappetizing. That being said, why is it that this film fails at being even

Wes Craven’s Swamp Thing Gets Blu-ray Release Date

Wes Craven’s cult classic SWAMP THING is getting a Blu-ray release courtesy of the Shout! Factory. Shout! Factory will only be releasing the 91-minute U.S. cut, which is the same version that is available now on DVD. There is an international 93-minute cut, but evidently Shout! was not able to obtain the rights to it.

Underrated Horror Movies: 1986

What a brilliant year 1986 ended up being for horror movies – both major releases and underrated horror movies. The big names where led by Aliens and The Fly and also included Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives, Little Shop of Horrors, Maximum Overdrive, Poltergeist II: The Other Side, Psycho III and The Texas

One, Two, A Nightmare on Elm Street Blu-ray Collection is Coming For You

Currently only available at Best Buy, the A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET Blu-ray collection is receiving a wide release from Warner Bros this March. The 5-disc release includes all seven films on four Blu-ray discs and there is a bonus DVD with over three hours of bonus content including a retrospective “Fear Himself: The Life

Underrated Horror Movies: 1985

Looks like we are starting to hit our stride again for underrated horror movies. Our last two lists (1983 and 1984) was a little lacking in the quantity department, but we are back strong with 1985. The big names showed up in full force as well including films like Friday the 13th: A New Beginning,

Scream 4 Blu-ray/DVD Officially Announced

Anchor Bay Entertainment and Dimension Films announced today that the Blu-rayâ„¢/DVD Combo Pack and DVD release of the latest installment in the acclaimed horror franchise, Scream 4, is heading to retail on October 4, 2011. Directed by the incomparable Wes Craven, Scream 4 features an ensemble cast that includes the film’s original cast plus new