Wes Craven reinvented horror films for generations to come. With bold visions and mixture of genres, his monsters and murders continue to haunt the dreams of trick-or-treaters every Halloween season.
“I can see that I give my audience something. I can see it in their eyes, and they say thank you a lot,” said Craven in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter. “You realize you are doing something that means something to people. So shut up and get back to work.”
He debuted his raw talents back in 1972 with his first feature film “The Last House on the Left.” People found his work excessively gruesome and demanded changes. So although successful at the box-office for some time, the censoring of Craven’s film prevented audiences from enjoying his true talent.
It wasn’t until his imagination came to life with “A Nightmare on Elm Street” that Craven achieved…
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