"My Soul to Take" is a 3D American horror film written and directed by Wes Craven. The film is the first film since Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994) that he will both write and direct.
As legend has it, a serial killer, the Ripper, will return to the quaint town of Riverton to murder the seven children that were born the night he allegedly died. Sixteen years after his death, members of the community begin … see full wiki
* out of **** Few years are truly big years for horror cinema, and 2010 was no exception. There was mediocrity such as "Piranha 3D" and "The Last Exorcism", both which released to some solid acclaim, and then there's the stuff that sucks, such as "Saw 3D" and "Paranormal Activity 2". However, "My Soul to Take" makes "Piranha 3D" look like "Psycho"; and "Paranormal Activity 2" look at least like the original "A Nightmare on Elm Street". Writer and director … more
Few horror directors would have the nerve to experiment with the conventions of a teen slasher film, to go beyond the reliable hallmarks of knife-wielding maniacs, bloody corpses, and paper-thin revenge plots. Perhaps that's exactly why Wes Craven wanted to write and direct "My Soul to Take," which is unlike any slasher I've ever seen. In terms of atmosphere, it exists in a gray zone between dreariness and absurdity. In terms of structure, it's a bizarre, meandering dreamscape … more