Horror master Wes Craven explains the new streaming service, tells tales from Cursed and the Scream movies, and says he wants to remake Shocker.
Wes Craven is going back to Elm Street... Well, in a manner of speaking. The director is revisiting A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, as well as SCREAM, as part of AMC Networks' new online streaming service Yeah TV, which offers the audience a plethora of information while they watch a movie.
Paris, je t'aime is a collection of 18 shorts inspired by different districts in Paris. Wes Craven supplies Père-Lachaise, one of the five minute segments which play out like a love letter to the City of Lights.
Wes Craven is featured in this month's episode of CNN's The Screening Room as part of a segment on horror directors, titled "A Scary Masterclass." Watch the streaming video here.
Raised in a strict Baptist family in Cleveland, Ohio, and ensconced in academia as a young adult, Wes Craven doesn’t seem to fit the profile of a master of horror. But when he and producer Sean S. Cunningham (who went on to direct Friday The 13th) got the opportunity to make a drive-in movie on the [...]