Sins of the Fathers: Religion in the Work of Wes Craven | Part 1 — In the Beginning

Craven as a student at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. Credit: Wheaton College
Craven on set directing ‘The Last House on the Left’ (1972).
Scenes from Craven’s ‘The Last House on the Left’ (1972).
Craven on set directing ‘The Hills Have Eyes’ (1977).
Scenes from Craven’s ‘The Hills Have Eyes’ (1977).
L: Craven (with Adrienne Barbeau) on the set of ‘Swamp Thing’ (1982). | R: The film poster for Craven’s ‘Deadly Blessing’ (1981).
Scenes from Craven’s ‘Deadly Blessing’ (1981).

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