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Speaking of American filmmakers, over at Fearnet.com, Mick Garris hosts a series of very enjoyable interviews with prominent horror filmmakers, including Roger Corman, John Landis, John Carpenter and Wes Craven.  Now, I know not everybody enjoys horror movies, and you freaks are excused from further reading, but the series “Post Mortem with Mick Garris” is worth a look.

The best of the interviews is a five-parter with Wes Craven (most famous for “A Nightmare on Elm Street”) as he talks about his transition from  Midwest academic to his early days in 1970s New York City, and discusses his thoughts on the role the horror genre plays in popular American culture.

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