Five Favourite Films with Wes Craven
The horror master on those films that inspired him.
"Thinking about my upbringing, this was actually one of the first movies I saw. I was about 15. I was always told that films were evil and such, but I started to realise what a load of crap it was that something this good should be forbidden. I had been allowed to read as much as I wanted when I was younger, so I recognised great art when I saw it, I just didn't realise it would be at the cinema as well. And so I walked away from that. To Kill a Mockingbird was so important because it was such adult film-making - to see something that dealt with such an important issue and had such an enlightened outlook on the world."
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The Virgin Spring
Night of the Living Dead