Wes Craven Calls '25/8' a 'Personal Project'   

January 26, 2009 Wes Craven's next movie is a horror film called "25/8", about a young man who discovers that he is the son of a serial killer who had unconsciously committed his crimes.

In a preview of 2009 horror films, the Los Angeles Times spoke to Craven, who said the film is a "personal project." "That just intrigued me," Craven said, "both the idea of doing things that you're not aware of -- which I think is a lot of the history of the United States, that hidden history -- and then just the inheritance of violence from one generation to the next, whether we're doomed to repeat it, how deeply are we implicated..."

Read the full story, an excellent broad overview of the year in horror, right here.

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