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Posted 8/31/15
He has gone before us.
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Last House on the Left was the first horror movie I ever say. My cousin was babysitting me and her boyfriend came over and let me watch it. I think I was 7-8 at the time.
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He's a horror movie legend.
Posted 9/1/15
Awwh man may he rest in peace.. The Freddy Kruger films are great thanks to him ...
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R.I.P. Wes, your awesome horror talent will be missed! A big loss to the horror community.
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How do you not know who Wes Craven
Posted 9/1/15

PapaGregory wrote:



How do you not know who Wes Craven


he is my husbando. he does not know much
im sorry for his inconvenience
*were joking*
Posted 9/1/15

PapaGregory wrote:

How do you not know who Wes Craven


I literally live under a rock
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Posted 9/1/15
I would think that Robert Englund contributed something to the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise, though this is indeed sad news.
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Posted 9/1/15
My friend shat his pants a little in the 90s when we were watching The hills have eyes or something. It was mad funny.
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_Janet_ wrote:

Awwh man may he rest in peace.. The Freddy Kruger films are great thanks to him ...



I always liked the "Nightmare on Elm Street" franchise more than "Friday the 13th". Not that I have anything against Jason Voorhees (ok, it was his mother in the original), but I think Freddy was cooler, plus he had a great sense of humor in addition to being truly scary. By the way, did you know that "A Nightmare on Elm Street" was inspired by a true story? The story goes that a young boy who was living with Asian immigrants was having horrible nightmares. One day, he was scream "there out to get me" and died from cardiac arrest.

And now for Wes Craven himself, I think he was one of the most iconic directors of modern horror, along with Dario Argento and Sam Raimi. He may not have been liked by some movie critics but he was responsible for a number of memorable horror films.
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