A look at Wes Craven's Deadly Friend, a movie released in 1986 that that got so much right about the future we currently live in.
Syfy released a statement today, confirming the projects they were developing with the late Wes Craven are still being developed.
Neve Campbell and others say good-bye to horror director Wes Craven, while MTV's Scream plans a tribute for the season finale.
We look back at the fascinating career of horror pioneer Wes Craven with nine of his movies that you need to watch, in honor of his passing.
Horror filmmaker Wes Craven, who gave us A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream has passed away at the age of 76, after battling brain cancer.
Wes Craven has signed a deal with Universal Cable Productions, bringing a TV adaptation of The People Under the Stairs to Syfy.
Wes Craven is adapting Steve Niles' comic book The Disciples for the small screen through Universal Cable Productions.
The prolific slasher film director took to Twitter yesterday to address rumors about the potential horror series.
The horror masters have co-created the five-issue graphic novel to be adapted into a new movie.
The iconic horror director believes the proposed "second trilogy" will continue sometime in the near future.
The iconic horror director brings home the latest installment of this popular slasher franchise on Blu-ray and DVD October 4th.
The Weinstein Company executive indicates that Wes Craven will likely return to direct a new sequel featuring Ghostface.
The director is positive that Scream 4 will kick off a new trilogy, which has already been mapped out by screenwriter Kevin Williamson.
The iconic horror director has returned to the town of Woodsboro for this latest installment of the popular horror franchise, in theaters April 15th.
Wes Craven was so disappointed with My Soul To Take after the conversion that he doesn't plan on going back to 3D in the foreseeable future.
The creator of Freddy Krueger plans to never revisit the character, saying he has better things to do with his time.
Adam Brody joins fellow cast mates Neve Campbell, David Arquette, and Courtney Cox in this latest look at the return of Ghostface.
Courtney Cox and Neve Campbell are hunted by a mysterious stalker in Wes Craven's long-awaited sequel.
The director reveals that he is adding two brand new scenes to his upcoming horror sequel.
Director Wes Craven also confirms that reshoots are happening in Michigan, revealing a new photo of Alison Brie on set.