Make a Case #2— Wes Craven’s SHOCKER (1989)

Father Gore's 2nd Make a Case looks at the squandered potential in Wes Craven's 1989 SHOCKER.

THE HILLS HAVE EYES: America Deformed, America Divided

Alexandre Aja's remake of the 1970s Wes Craven original has big, scary, political balls.

THE SERPENT AND THE RAINBOW: Wes Craven’s Political Zombies

THE SERPENT AND THE RAINBOW proves Wes Craven was as political as any of his contemporaries while remaining totally horrific

Father Gore’s October Recommendations – Vol. 2: Zombies

Ten zombie flicks perfect for any creepy Halloween season movie marathons you might have planned

In Defence Of & In Love With SCREAM 4

Before Wes Craven passed away, he gave us one last SCREAM. With Kevin Williamson along as screenwriter again, these two leave Ghostface's legacy full of terror.

SCREAM 3: One of These Things is Not Like the Other

SCREAM 3 doesn't match up with the other films in the series. Don't count it out, though. Craven still brings the horror, with a dash of depravity & a stellar Neve Campbell performance.

Why SCREAM 2 is Better Than People Are Willing to Admit

One of the better horror sequels, SCREAM 2 takes aim at the sensationalisation of true crime, media exploitation, and yes, even the horror genre and sequels themselves.

SCREAM Slashes to the Core of Media Exploitation

Craven's influential, innovative slasher took horror to a new level in the '90s.