Paul Gannon is the man behind the 13th Hour Horror Festival show Ain’t Afraid of No Ghost and here he talks about his top ten horror films which unsurprisingly includes Ghostbusters!
Made in 1985 from a script by Lamberto Bava and Dario Argento, directed by the former and produced by the latter, Demons is a stone cold cult classic Italian horror which manages to be as enjoyable as it is insightful. Offering up a killer combination of mass hysteria over a heavy metal soundtrack and a […]
Deadly Blessing was Wes Craven’s third film after the brutal back-to-back onslaught that was The Last House on the Left and The Hills Have Eyes.
“How do you know there’s not a conspiracy? Like maybe the X-Files is right. Where do all these movies come from anyway? How do we know Spielberg, Lucas, Sonnenfeld, Emmerich haven’t been visited by aliens? Maybe they’re aliens themselves… Maybe they’re simply preparing us for what’s to come.”
Directed by the wicked wizard of self referential horror himself, Wes Craven, and written by Kevin Williamson the original author of the first two films, Scream 4 (or Scre4m as its so stylistically misspelt on all the posters) is back 11 years after the last instalment for a whole new generation to enjoy.
With the recent release of My Soul to Take on DVD and the of course the return of Scream to our screens, we here at LoveHorror thought it was time to take you through our favorite frightening films from the wicked and warped Wes Craven.