It’s More than Just a Movie: The Legacy of ‘The Last House on the Left’

Fear is assumed in horror. Moreover, fear is an expectation. Fear, by even the most layman filmgoer, is intrinsically tied to the definition of what a horror film is.

To broadcast to your potential audience that your film is ‘only a movie’, is to suggest something more than fear. The unnerving concern, it would seem, is that you’ll walk away… different. Changed, somehow.

That is, unless you can convince yourself that what you witnessed was simply fiction.

But, still… can you?

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ScreamCast 75: Completely Craven

Wes Craven is a huge cornerstone in the building blocks of our history with Horror films. His impact on the genre is undeniable and with his passing over the weekend, we have lost a legend. Today we pay tribute to Wes Craven and discuss our personal connections with him and his films.

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