Although it was perhaps fitting that he should pass through the night (GMT), Wes Craven’s death brought a profound sadness to those of us who grew up in the eighties and nineties and rose to the news of his passing.
A Nightmare on Elm Street was the first movie I saw that truly terrified me and it has left an indelible impression on my writing. Thank you Wes
I will hand you over to my colleague at Dark Chapter Press, Stuart Keane, who has put his thoughts much more eloquently than I.
Extract from Dark Chapter Press:
It was 3.44am. I should have been sound asleep, but being a writer, these late hours are my bread and butter; the perfect time to write horror. Outside is dark and quiet, the sound – or lack thereof – of mass humanity in slumber haunt the crisp air that…
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