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Master of Nightmares, Weaver of Dreams: Remembering Wes Craven

I’ll be honest, the only reason I’m able to write this is because it hasn’t fully sunk in yet. I know it happened. I’m aware of it and, believe me, I feel it. But I’m not even sure I’m processing it y...

Seven Overlooked Horror Movies from Mainstream Directors

We all love our horror directors, the ones we consider to be the true masters of the genre. But even if they don’t always want to admit it, every filmmaker has one horror project under their belt. Mos...

Six Writer/Director Duos That Prove Two Heads Can be Better Than One

Generally speaking, the last person the director wants on set is the writer. This is why many writers often try to cast themselves in a role in the film, because nobody wants them around otherwise. It...

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Whatever Happened to the Masters of Horror?

It’s a legitimate question. When it comes to the modern masters of horror, we all know their names: John Carpenter, Wes Craven, Clive Barker, George Romero, Joe Dante, Stuart Gordon, Dario Argento, To...

Why John Carpenter Should Be Allowed to Quit

John Carpenter is widely considered one of the all-time masters of horror, and for good reason. He’s a director who has proven he can work in any genre. He’s mastered incredible time and budget limita...

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Five Great Horror Films From Female Directors

To be blunt, there simply aren’t enough women working in horror. Female writers and directors are a rarity. That doesn’t mean that women aren’t interested in horror, far from it. It just means they’re...

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