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R.I.P. Wes Craven Passes Away At Age 76

Update: The official Wes Craven twitter account has confirmed his passing.

Incredibly shocking and sad news as it’s being reported by multiple outlets that horror legend Wes Craven has passed away after a battle with brain cancer. He was 76 years old.

Wes Craven is known to the horror community for being the creator of Freddy Krueger of the A Nightmare On Elm Street series. He also brought us such classics as Last House On The Left, The Hills Have Eyes, The People Under The Stairs, Swamp Thing, the Scream films, and much more.

We send our deepest condolences to his friends and family.

I am in the process of writing a personal response to this terrible news. In the meantime, share your memories below. Let’s honor his name with stories of how he terrified us.



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  • John C. Reilly

    This sucks, this really sucks RIP

  • HawkCat

    Shocking news. Wes Craven was a great. His more recent films may not have captured the glory of his earlier work, but he was still a master in the field.

    • Galaxy_Scribe

      Red Eye was pretty awesome.

      • RidleyScottIsADirector@gmail.c

        One of his damn best.

      • HawkCat

        I was moreso referencing My Soul to Take, but yeah Red Eye was a thrill ride.

  • Alex

    Wow. Crushed.

    • Alex

      … And now I wanna punch Tarantino in the face even more.

      • Krug09

        Me too, Alex. Just a few days ago i ripped Tarantino a new one over his WC comments. Tarantino can really suck it now.

        R.I.P. Wes, you legend!

  • Galaxy_Scribe

    I blame the Scream TV series. Thanks for the decades of greatness, Wes.

    • D. Maki

      Not even one bit funny at all dude.

    • Jared H

      You are a disgusting person. No respect.

      • bf

        Why are you on here?

      • Tigernan Quinn

        Get off it.

  • Christopher Rundall

    No. No. No. No. No. This can’t be happening

  • Blade

    What the fuck…I was literally just watching the “Never Sleep Again” documentary and hopped on this site real quick after I finished it to see what was up and this is what find…Damn 🙁

    • David

      I love that documentary

  • Jared H

    This is so depressing. I can’t even process or acknowledge this news. 🙁

  • Demetra

    This is truly a huge loss. It hurts. R.I.P.

  • :c im so sad. i thought id be seeing so much more from him

  • Khy

    I just wanna curl up and cry

    • wehoaks

      I can’t stop crying. Crushed beyond words.


      Yeah, but he left his footprints for us to follow in…so there’s the brighter side to it…he’ would want us to go on and do just as good as him if not even better. 🙂

  • HorrorGod

    He was an awesome man. I loved our brief late night chats in the early AOL days. And when I had met him in person years later, he confirmed it was in fact him. (My skeptical side just had to ask and find out.) I feel for his friends and family. He will be missed by us fans, as well.

  • astronauta69

    the man was a legend R.I.P.

  • Phendranah

    Awww no 🙁 very sad day for horror fans..
    RIP Wes, you legend!

  • jj.

    I was pissed about Tarantino publicly trashing Craven’s direction of Scream before this. Now, I’m really fucking angry. I find it hard to believe that QT didn’t know he was on his deathbed given the history both guys have with the Weinsteins.

  • Adrian Sewell

    He was very inspiring to me and I didn’t see this coming. I’m incredibly sadden and emotional about all of this. We will always love you Wes Craven you and many greats in Horror and film in general have paved the way for the genre and made me a true fan. RIP Wes Craven

  • ChasingTheGhost

    I was just dusting off my Elm Street VHS’s… Thank you for making my childhood better with Freddy and Ghostface. Rest in peace, legend.

    • David

      Couldn’t have said it better myself

  • Noel

    This is just a sad day. I must go watch some of his movies in tribute.

  • mav07

    This is such a fucking bummer.

  • dark knight fan

    His is the first horror filmmaker from his era to passed away. Him, John Carpenter, and Tobe Hooper made Horror what it is today.

  • Lady Tam Li Hua

    You will be missed. 🙁

  • dejectedchuckle

    God damn it. What a tremendous artist we’ve lost.

  • dark knight fan

    Freddy’s worst nightmare.

  • Christian

    Such a huge shock. Rest in Power, Sir.

  • RidleyScottIsADirector@gmail.c

    By far my favorite horror filmmaker.

    Thank you for the 18 years of memories you’ve administered in my life. Rest in peace Mr. Craven. Sweet dreams.

  • zombie84_41

    RIP wes thank you so much for getting me into horror, and for making amazing films. You’ll be missed by everyone. I hope you find freddy somewhere dude. Really sad day now. I’m going to throw on nightmare on elm

  • Grimphantom

    As many it’s shocking, especially hearing that he had Brain Cancer since i don’t remember anyone mention it. I may not be a huge fan of Scream but still like his other movies like the obvious Nightmare on Elm Street and even the cheesy movies like Shocker and Deadly Friend

    • Khy

      Yeah I don’t think anyone in the public knew- Wes, at least from what I think, seemed to be a private person- It was always about the films with him. I don’t see him as the type to come out talking about anything else in the media really- he was a class act.

  • C.A. Hall

    Take time to mourn his passing, and then spend the rest of your life sweating to create characters as memorable as Freddy Krueger.

  • Josh Drury

    I am so shocked and saddened by this. He was a true film making legend. A huge influence to me and some of his films (namely the Scream trilogy) defined a huge part of my generation. He will be truly missed by me and thousands of others across the world. I’m going to Horror Hound next weekend and I really hope that they do some type of tribute to him now considering that they have nearly everybody from the NOES series there for panels. I will be doing my own tribute to him myself.

  • There will never be another like him. He brought so many memorable films and characters to life. Rest in peace, Wes.

  • John

    RIP good sir. A legend in every sense of the word.

  • The Almighty Foust

    Damn: Dusty Rhode, Christopher Lee, Roddy Piper, and now Wes. This summer officially sucks!

    • Chico

      I feel your pain 🙁

    • Khy

      And Betsy Palmer

      • The Almighty Foust

        Right, her too! Horror and wrestling is taking a beating!


    RIP, you are missed

  • Jacob Miller

    Just watched the original last house on the left that started it all. So brilliant and absolutely being a kid watching Freddy the first nightmare is a legendary movie second to none. RIP peace thank you and prayers to his family.

  • boaaa82 .

    Thx for all the great movie brought so much happiness to me and my friends for that thank you my friend Chirs

  • Mr. Q

    The horror genre has lost another icon this year. I can’t say all of his movies were great, the few that grab hold of me will stay with me and not just in my nightmares (no pun intended). If you have never heard of Wes Craven, please take the time to look up his movies and watch some great horror movies from a director that left us too soon.

    Godspeed, Wes Craven.

    • Bravo, Sir. I couldn’t have said it much better myself. Everyone owes it to themselves to watch his work.

    • who never heard of wes craven? lol

      • Mr. Q

        People who might be new to horror or are from another country who’s grasp of film is limited to what is being offered.

        • yea… it wasnt a serious question dude.

          • Mr. Q

            Then don’t post stupid questions.

          • i post whatever i want weirdo.

          • Mr. Q

            Then how about you post something that is respectful and not act like a smart-ass. A person just passed away and you’re acting like its amateur night at The Comedy Club. The fuck is your major malfunction, numb-nuts?

          • fuck off already you annoying freak. “A person just passed away” man its not my fault that you have no life and get overly emotional in some random comment section. you act like this is wes craven’s funeral. my post wasnt even disrespectful… you lame fuckin weirdo

  • Wayne Porterfield

    Nightmare On Elm Street was a masterpiece of filmaking. A truly great story based upon a character of pure evil. I loved as a high school kid in the 80’s.

  • Alejandro Cordero

    Dammit… R.I.P. such a horror legend

  • Dustin

    The terms “shocked” and “heartbroken” don’t even come close to describing what us horror fans are even going through right now…

  • Gattski

    Sad day for a lot of horror fans. R.I.P

  • SpaceManSpliffz .

    I know exactly what I’m doing in this man’s honor tonight.

    • SpaceManSpliffz .

      Just finished one, damn that movie is good. Haunting and cryptic, no cheese involved. Moving on to two and three, gay kuato and patricia arquette await!!

    • CaptPlaceholder

      I had no clue that a bluray set was released for Nightmare. Now I know what I will do come this weekend when it arrives.

      • SpaceManSpliffz .

        Yessir, if you live in Canada you can get the set from any HMV. The only crappy thing about it: no Freddy vs Jason in it!!

  • C.A. Hall

    Today’s my 32nd birthday, and I still haven’t made a significant contribution to the genre. Sure I’ve bought tickets, Blu-Rays and DVDs, but that’s easy.

  • DragonSlayer111

    RIP Wes…never be forgotten

  • AkumajoBelmont

    Yeah, this is horrible news. Wes defined my taste in movies as a kid, and ignited my love for horror. He always seemed like the cool Grandpa that you always wanted too. RIP Wes, thanks for the memories and sleepless nights <3

  • John W

    One of the greats. R.I.P. Wes.

  • Khy

    Wes and Betsy Palmer are a lot like two loving grandparents that I’ll sadly never get the chance to meet now.

  • j.c

    What can I say? Im devastated. Christopher Lee, Betsy Palmer, Roddy Piper and now this? Rough year for the horror community. We have truly lost another legend . Mr Craven, thank you for all the scares good sir. RIP-you will be missed.

  • Don Allen

    Not his biggest fan, but I have the utmost respect for everything he meant and did for horror. Seemed like a genuinely good guy, as well. The world is a worse place without him. RIP and thank you, Mr. Craven.

  • Mr. Dry

    Truly heartbreaking. Rest in peace Wes and thanks for making this genre even better.

  • Hockey Machete

    RIP, Mr. Craven, thank you for everything and our thoughts are with your family, friends, and fans alike.

  • TheSlitheryDee

    RIP Wes. I don’t even know what to say. I’ll miss ya and I’m thankful for all you’ve released into the world.

  • Charlie Kelly

    if it wasn’t for him, there would be no Freddy Kruger to scare the shit out of me.

    RIP Mr. Craven

  • wehoaks

    Wes Craven is a legend. Forever. His passing is shocking and devastating, yes, but his profound wisdom, humor, and grace will be with us all forever. Although he is a man I never met, his life touched me personally and many of us could not be more thankful he was in our lives in one way or another. With profound respect, RIP Wes Craven.

  • Christin Swanson

    Honored to have met him and served him many lunches on set. He was always nice and never arrogant like a lot of famous people. Another good one lost. Rest in Peace.

    • Weresmurf

      I never met him, but in my time doing interviews with actors and directors, I talked to a number of people who had. WIthout glossing reality as people do when someone dies, hand on heart I never talked to a person who said a single bad thing about the man, they always praised him and always had good things to say. I remember David Arquette really, really liked the guy, saying he was an absolute delight to work with 🙁

  • alliedcola

    Your works traumatized me forever… in other words, you were a very talented man, and you’ll be missed.

    RIP Mr. Craven, and keep haunting our dreams.

  • Vincent Valentine

    This is a very sad day.

  • J Jett

    oh my fucking god! this is just…i’m beyond saddened and completely shocked! we’ve lost an icon (yet another one).

  • ThunderDragoon

    I was genuinely shocked when I read this. This doesn’t seem real.

  • Paul Walker

    In the bath tub reading this news on my mobile… now scared Freddy’s coming…

  • Cherie Tripp

    I’ve watched his movies since I was 5 or 6 years old, his “Wish Master” movies were my favorite. I was not a Freddy fan when I was a kid he terrified me because of how vivid my dreams have always been, I actually thought it was possible. So I didn’t watch Freddy till I was much older, but I remember the day I picked up the Wish Master’s firs movie…… it was amazing and each one after that were just classics to me. I wish I could ha e met from this man or done special effects makeup for him in one of his movies, the world just seems like a less scary place now.

  • Werewolf

    I hate this. One of the authors of our childhoods who has been with us since we were old enough to be scared is gone. One of the few true masters of horror has fallen.

    Rest in peace, Mr. Craven, and thank you for a lifetime of memories.

  • Evan3

    WOW! I had no idea he was that sick. What a bummer and what a loss. He made so many great films (and got a few decent remakes through too). Rest in Peace!

  • Adam Scott

    Wow this is genuinely tragic. Not even a big fan but this ruined my night.

  • Breno

    It was so shocking and unexpected, I didn’t know he had cancer!!!! I’m still in denial!! But rest in piece Wes, you left behing a great legacy!! You will be missed and remembered.

  • ultrazilla2000

    I honestly feel like crying…the Elm Street series is my life long favorite horror franchise. I owe this man for the countless fun nights watching his various movies with good friends, being thrilled and igniting our imaginations. I didn’t even know he was battling cancer. Peace be with him and his loved ones.

  • Jonathan Larsson

    May he rest in piece. May comfort reach his fans and loved ones, for his contributions to the horror-film industry will haunt and frighten viewers for generations to come.

  • amir ezra

    RIP. Owes myself a lot to this master. Halloween makes me like horror but it’s Noes that turn me into a horror fan.

  • such sad news 🙁 the horror community will forever be grateful for everything he has done. RIP.

  • Leebo

    Dear God…….

    Wes Craven – thank you, as a horror fan, for the many years of entertainment and all the classics.
    Last House, Hills, Elm St, Scream and some of the “lesser” classics (which I still freakin’ adore) Deadly Friend, Chiller, Red Eye and Cursed.

    R.I.P. Valhalla awaits.

    • Shit

      Red Eye and Cursed are some of my favorite movies too! heartbreaking.

  • Shit

    Thank you SO MUCH for all the great movies you left us with. Your presence will truly be missed… so underrated.

  • Flu-Like Symptoms

    Sigh………. first Betsy, now Wes. Another huge blow to the horror family. Rest in peace, Mr. Craven. Saw this floating around Twitter just now. Got me a little choked up.

  • CelticBull

    Fucking brilliant start to the week…

  • Vader the White

    This just hits me in the gut. The fact that the creator of one of my top ten favorite horror films, a film that gave us one of the most famous characters of all time (not just horror) is gone just is saddening. Even more so considering the first time I remember watching a horror movie was Scream, right after it came out on VHS in 1997. I was four and it scared the hell out of me. I wouldn’t watch it again until ten years later and it was still an effective horror film.
    I give my condolences to his friends, family and all who knew him as well as all my fellow horror fans.

    Man, 2015 has been a bad year for celebrity deaths, especially in my areas of love with Leonard Nimoy, Betsy Palmer, Christopher Lee, and now Wes Craven…all people who I’ve heard nothing but the nicest things about.

  • K-Dogg

    sad, sad day indeed. R.I.P Mr. Craven 🙁

  • KennyThaKilla

    Still can’t believe it. You gave so much to the horror genre. You will be missed, sir.

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    • Vader the White

      Okay, I can not say fuck you hard enough to this spam bot. This is why these things shouldn’t exist. Not only does no one ever click them, all this is doing is being disrespectful to a person’s death. This is foul.

    • amir ezra

      You can shit everywhere else, miss Linda. But not in this respectful obituary!

  • Krug09


    Just no…….

  • c-s-a78

    +++R.I.P-WES CRAVEN+++
    loved by all your family,friends & fans.

  • Brandon Krum

    In Honor Of Wes Craven Horror Director Icon, Watch This Obituary Death Video. #RIPWesCreven –

  • serena

    so sad i saw on of those behind the scene shows of nightmare on elm street and he seemed so friendly and sincere. he made some great horror films that I still love to watch. RIP Mr. Craven thank you for entertaining us.

  • Peter Johnson

    My first and last horror movie I got on Christmas, after years of constantly asking for horror movies, was a movie pack, Nightmares 1-4. I was elated. For the first time, I got horror movies as a present, and I cherished those movies. He doesn’t abuse the horror genre like some do, he respects it. The last 20 seconds of the interview above is exactly why I love this genre, and all the people who truly respect it.

  • Krug09

    I feel so horrible (for selfish reasons) I will never get to meet this man.

    The truth is and i am not just saying this if it wasn’t for this man, i may not even be a horror fan. Freddy is such an important part of my childhood and love for horror. ANOES and Wes Craven’s New Nightmare are two masterpieces. That’s not to lessen his other great films.

    The Last House on the Left
    The People Under the Stairs
    The Scream series
    The Serpent and The Rainbow
    My Soul To Take and more.

    Thank you so much Wes, for what you have given me. Endless hours of entertainment. You are the reason i want to make movies and love horror how much i do. With out that I would not love the genre… with tears in my eyes i say, i love you, Wes Craven…. Rest In Peace…

  • Nathan Bradley

    Rest in Peace Wes Craven, you made a life long horror fan out of me with your Scream films, you will be missed.

  • Darkness69

    No, this isn’t happening. I keep waiting to wake up from this nightmare… but I guess the worst horror is always in reality. Rest in peace, Mr. Craven. Thank you for your endless imagination and craft.

  • Toprak Sezgin

    I have never even cared about horror. However when I had seen Nightmare on Elm Street I understood that a horror movie could be very well crafted and could be scary without getting boring. Truly the greatest horror movie ever. Thanks Mr.Craven for giving me an experience that I will never forget. RIP

  • Conan

    Read the title and first reaction was one of disbelief as if it was a
    bad joke. Shocked and sad. He also
    directed Deadly Friend, one of the first horror movies I remember
    watching as a kid. Only thing i remember of it is a woman getting her
    head exploded with a basket ball. Thanks for the nightmares, and thanks
    for giving us one of the most iconic slashers in Freddy Krugar. RIP

  • Wes Craven introduced me to horror. Not only Scream is one of my favourite films of all time, it is my favourite horror film of all time. His direction was just phenomenal and his ideas like on the Nightmare on Elm Street, New Nightmare, Red Eye – seriously underrated and yes even My soul to take are brilliant. Very sad, but his legacy will live on!

  • Lizzietish81

    Nightmare on Elm Street still scares the shit out of me.


  • Ryan Zombies

    I’m genuinely saddened by the news, Mr Craven was a legend. The Nightmare On Elm Street films are some of my favourite horrors flicks of all time. Wes defined the slasher genre, now that he,s gone there’s a hole no – one will be able to fill.


  • Adamint

    A friend of mine texted me a link, I didn’t get around to an until an hour later and it read Wes Craven passes away and I felt the wind knocked out of me. I still am in utter shock and a bit still teary eyed. I just watched Never Sleep Again last night.

    Thank you Wes Craven for all of your great work, you were truly a great artist that inspired many and most importantly a great person. Thank you for everything.


  • Demented Daniel

    Just hearing that name strikes fear into my heart. Wes Craven, it sounds like the name given to the boogeyman. You will be missed, sir. R.I.P.

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  • Halloween_Vic

    Oh wow, I found out about this this morning…. Honestly still in shock and sad about the situation, there isn’t much I can say except that we lost a legend too soon! Dammm Craven delivered us some great classics let alone we would’n have freddy or ghostface without him! My condolences go to him and his family. Damm I wish this wasn’t true. R.I.P Mr.Craven you will forever be amazing! So sad I’m even writing this my heart is truly broken about this. Just show’s you how life works man. R.I.P. 🙁

  • Andrew Jones

    This is the man most responsible for getting me into horror movies. A Nightmare on Elm Street gave me that feeling of fear and excitment that I’ve been craving ever since – I still have my plastic Freddy glove that I got for my 7th birthday. He had some misses but as a whole, he was a genius and I’m extremely sad to hear of his passing.

  • kenneth Tanner

    OMFG this is the most saddest news for horror aw man ! I’m literally almost in tears 🙁
    You will never be forgotten . It’s unbelievable that the talent ones die. Nobody will never make horror movies like you did. As for the king of horror you will be missed.
    RIP Wes Craven. 🙁

  • brewers_rule

    Godspeed, my liege. Sad to see you go but hope to see you someday.

  • scooby279 .

    I cant believe it, Wes Craven made some of the best horror movies of all time, I grew up with Nightmare on Elm Street, People Under The Stairs, Shocker, all his movies. I cant even remember how many times I have watched Nightmare on Elm Street, he was a great storyteller, and will be missed so much! RIP Wes Craven.

  • sliceanddice

    I recall having numerous debates with friends about who was more influential on Horror cinema – Wes Craven or John Carpenter. Today, as I hear of his passing, I feel the loss keenly, for sure. What strikes me now is just how silly these tired debates were. That the conversation was even had is evidence enough of his immeasurable talent. Whether it is as an artists, a raconteur or a master-craftsman, Craven’s legacy is a mountain that so may pretenders will try to scale in years to come.

    Most will fail to make it beyond the first ledge.

    To the man who made me never sleep again.

  • CrackTheSkye1990


    A nightmare on elm street definitely gave me nightmares About Freddy. Shit, I even had a dream about Freddy being in the sky before even seeing New Nightmare. Most horror sequels later in the franchise usually aren’t that good but new nightmare was amazing. Wes managed to make Freddy scary again, more so than in the boring remake.

    The Hills Have Eyes and Last House on the Left were also classics. Last house made me uneasy afterwards

  • I tried as hard as I could to hold it in but the tears came out anyway. Such a sad day for us horror fans. Wes was such an inspiration to me. He’s a huge part of why I’m such a horror fan today. I know the way the world is that people can’t fathom why one would be so upset over the death of someone they’ve never met but I think many of us felt a connection to Wes through his work and his gentle nature, displayed in every interview I’ve ever seen with the man. It leads me to believe the people who make such comments have never had someone’s work impact their life in a significant way. I feel for them if that’s the case because art is powerful and it can absolutely affect you in a positive way and make you feel connected to the artist, regardless of the fact that you’ve never had the pleasure of meeting them. I’ll end by saying that we love you, Wes, and we thank you for all the nightmares and all the inspiration. God rest your soul.

  • Beanis

    It’s strange to feel so sad over the death of someone you’ve never met. I know I’m not alone in feeling so and that is a testament to Craven the artist and man. You know you’re getting old when your childhood heroes start to go the way of all flesh. I hope John Carpenter lives to be 100.

    • scooby279 .

      I feel the same way, I never knew Wes Craven but his death has upset me all day. He was great!!

  • ChelseaGoneAwry

    I reeled in horror when I saw the news story. No part of me wants to accept this. Wes Craven was a huge part of my childhood, and his contributions to the horror genre shaped me into the weird, gore-hound freak I am today. I’ll miss him, a lot. It’s comforting to know the entire horror community is mourning together today.


    Wes, you brought me and many of the fans great chills and memories all throughout while we were growing up, and you have helped shape some of the most talented among us, in your honor we will go on. you were among the greatest of what you do, and may your legacy go on. RIP.

  • David Demoise

    Wes Craven was a favorite of mine from Elm Street to The Serpent and the Rainbow. I wish a director would make Dream Warriors with Wes’s exact script, as I always heard the script had been changed from Wes’s original darker themes. The 3rd film was so good probably because a lot of Wes was still in it, but to honor him it would be cool if someone made a film for Dream Warriors the way Wes intended. It would be better than another reboot. Too bad Wes Craven died. He’ll be missed.

    • Kevin Thomas

      The Wes Craven/Bruce Wagner draft is online. While I do respect Wes Craven as a filmmaker, this is an instance where his writing was a bit too lofty and ambitious. There are good ideas throughout but they were given a fine tuning by Chuck Russell and Frank Darabont. I’ll always remember being so scared of Freddy Krueger due to the original film that I would bolt out of the room whenever a New Line Cinema logo came on because I immediately associated it with Freddy no matter what the movie was. I am among the many who was saddened to hear about his passing.

  • scooby279 .

    I have been thinking about Wes Craven all day, I grew up with him and all his movies, he was a great storyteller. He will be missed very much!!

  • Vader the White

    Here’s my tribute to him…in LEGO:

  • VerityHeld

    I wonder how the real-life Freddy Krueger feels about this. On the one hand, Wes Craven immortalized him. On the other hand, Mr. Craven did so as vengeance on a childhood bully. Mixed feelings, I would think.

  • I Am Colossus

    Whoa! Im in different space with this news, he had a real style and vision to his films and stories not many others in the horror community had, I mean people really really know how much this guy continuously pushed the envelope. So sad :'(

  • SuperKilla

    Rest in Piece Wes Craven. You seemed like a good man and your movies always had good story and strong characters with a vibe no other filmmakers have, One of the best directors of all time.

  • KennyThaKilla

    3 days later, my original comment is still waiting to be approved. Does anyone moderate this site?

    • I am looking at the backend regarding pending comments and there are none awaiting approval. Trust me, I keep a close eye on pending comments. I check daily to see what’s going on there.

      • KennyThaKilla

        Then there must be some sort of glitch preventing you from seeing it because I can’t find the comment anywhere and when I look in my Disqus notifications, it tells me my comment is still pending….

      • KennyThaKilla

        Well I think I know what the problem is. I tried to reply to your comment with a screen shot of my disqus notification page which shows my original comment as still pending, but that reply has disappeared. My original comment also had an image in it, a Wes Craven tribute. For some reason, anything I post with an image in it is going into disqus limbo. 🙁

        • That’s really weird. Can you shoot it to me via Twitter? @BD_JonnyB

          • KennyThaKilla

            Sure thing.

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