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so sad :-( one of the fathers of horror has left us...

all i can say is that i discovered nightmare on elm street when i was around 10 and ever since i was obsessed with freddy…wes craven was the influence that started my obsession with the genre horror and i still can’t believe he had to leave us. 20 more words


Please Take This Terrible Samurai Jack Quiz Our Terrible Intern Steve Wrote Terribly

Foreword By Wes Corwin

Foreword writer’s note: Wes Corwin is not related to this awful quiz written by this awful man or this awful man who wrote this awful quiz. 169 more words


Homework assigned 9/3/15

Finish reading The Other Wes Moore and review major themes in the book.

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Edmonton spa demoted former manager because she wasn't a Muslim, human rights tribunal rules

A West Edmonton Mall spa tried to demote a former general manager because she wasn’t Muslim, the Human Rights Tribunal of Alberta has ruled.

Spasation Salon and Day Spa, an Edmonton-based chain of eight shops, has been ordered to pay the woman what could amount to around $100,000 in lost wages and damages. 614 more words


Illinois peeps, check out - Wes Craven, Whose Slasher Films Terrified Millions, Dies at 76

Mr. Craven, a proponent of the slasher genre, was best known for creating Freddy Krueger of “A Nightmare on Elm Street” fame and the “Scream” franchise.. 7 more words


Wes Craven: A Legacy of Horror

The film world has lost an absolute genius and pioneer in the horror field. Wes Craven was admired for his vision and ability to take ordinary, undeveloped thoughts and turn them into works of cinematic art. 897 more words