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Get ready to Scream again—Wes Craven's back!
Jun 26, 2015

Dimension Films just gave the go-ahead to Scream 4, which will shoot this spring with a release date of April 12, 2011.

Wes Craven developing two TV series for Syfy
Apr 20, 2015

The man who created Freddy Krueger is turning his talents back to the small screen.

Horror guru Wes Craven to adapt Steve Niles' freaky comic The Disciples for TV
Mar 23, 2015

Horror icon Wes Craven is curising to outer space for this creepy new comic-based TV series. 

First look at Wes Craven's new horror comic, Coming of Rage (which is also coming to TV)
Oct 29, 2014

Wes Craven has been creeping us out for decades, and he shows no signs of stopping now. Up next? The horror comic Coming of Rage, which is also set to spawn a new TV series.

Wes Craven reveals the terrifying true story that inspired Freddy Krueger
Oct 20, 2014

Though the franchise has devolved with subsequent sequels and remakes, the original Nightmare on Elm Street is still one of the freakiest horror flicks of the modern day. So, what inspired Freddy?

13 Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror movies that will turn 20 in 2014
Jan 17, 2014

It's a whole new year for genre filmmaking, but let's look back and see what classics are celebrating a milestone.

Wanna Scream some more? Wes Craven says Scream 5 will happen
Dec 15, 2012

If you thought the Scream franchise was dead following the underwhelming box-office return of Scream 4 then you may be wrong. Wes Craven himself says Scream 5 is gonna happen.

Alternate opening shows how Scream 4 was really supposed to begin
Dec 15, 2012

The alternate opening of Scream 4 has hit the net. Prior to the film's release last April, director Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson created another version of the movie's famous opening to avoid spoilers and keep viewers on their toes. Now you can watch both versions and tell us which one you prefer.

The next Krueger (maybe) is in Craven's My Soul to Take trailer
Dec 14, 2012

Wes Craven scared the $#@! out of us (and created a couple of iconic horror killers) in A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream. But will he do it again with My Soul to Take? Can the Riverton Ripper compete with Freddy Krueger and Ghostface?