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This Kickstarter is a real 'Nightmare'

I’m not sure if this one is going to make it. With less than two weeks left to make a goal that’s only been about one-fourth pledged at this point, … 279 more words


The Children Under the Stairs?

Wes Craven’s The People Under The Stairs (1991) is one of Craven’s more successful films, but doesn’t surpass the popularity of A Nightmare on Elm Street.  525 more words

Homemade Horror: "Better Stay Up Late" Coffee Infused Chocolate Chip Cookies

A Nightmare on Elm Street was the first horror movie I ever saw. It scared the crap out of me, but I loved it.

There are too many things that I love about it, and could go on for hours, so I will only mention a few. 254 more words

The People Under the Stairs

Wes Craven’s The People Under the Stairs is a little-known gem of the horror genre. In fact, I had never encountered or heard of this film until just a few weeks ago. 250 more words


Staff Pick #4: The Last House On The Left (1972)

The Last House On The Left is the infamous 1972 shocker about a pair of teenage girls who, when on route to a rock concert for one’s birthday and trying to score some marijuana, are kidnapped and brutally raped by psychotic convicts. 194 more words

Film Journalism

Momma Issues For Cravens

Zinoman goes in depth through his chapters on Wes Cravens about the role of faith and force his mother placed on him to be wary of the world. 172 more words

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Grand Budapest Hotel

If you like whimsical things, beautifully shot films, every scene is perfectly framed, this film is a must. I have just watched this, I’m sure I am the slowest person on earth. 88 more words