Reesman, Bryan
April 2011
MovieMaker;Spring2011, Vol. 18 Issue 92, p58
The article features film director Wes Craven who is recognized for the horror motion pictures "A Nightmare on Elm Street" and "The Last House on the Left." It states that Craven produced various remakes for different movies like "The Hills Have Eyes." It says that when the film "My Soul to Take" was released on October 2010, the audiences reaction was not good because Craven is known for a specific genre. Craven adds that "My Soul to Take" is one of the hardest films he had directed.


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