Wes Craven, the visionary filmmaker who defined the horror genre with the long-enduring “A Nightmare on Elm Street” franchise, and later deconstructed and redefined it with “Scream,” has died.
He was 76.
Craven had been battling brain cancer, the magazine said.
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