Most horror films are dedicated to the proposition that females are prey and little else.
Wes Craven’s RED EYE
Wes Craven grew up in a family where watching movies was considered a sin. It’s one of the many things I wanted to ask him about when we chatted on August 8, 2005. I was also curious about the subtle but unmistakable feminist bent of his latest film, RED EYE, not to mention why co-star Brian Cox looked… Read More »