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Rated R (MPAA) · 107 min. · 2010

Horror, Suspense/Thriller
A quarter-century after inventing Freddy Krueger and 14 years after Scream, his ironic take on the slasher genre he helped create, writer-director Wes Craven is back to carve up some more teenagers. My Soul To Take concerns a serial killer with multiple personalities who vows to slaughter the seven kids born on the night of his apparent death. Flash forward 16 years and a group of youngsters distinguished chiefly by one-word characterizations like “religious” and “blind” and “Asian” start getting the business end of a very big knife. Craven should know better than anyone that audiences don’t fall for the same stalker film tricks anymore, but all he delivers here are the usual jump-out jolts, gore and a killer unlikely to haunt anyone’s nightmares. How the master has fallen. –Matt Semansky

See our full review: Nothing left of <i>My Soul to Take</i>

Nothing left of My Soul to Take

Wes Craven carves up teenagers in a predictable, boring way. »

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Director: Wes Craven
Writer: Wes Craven
Producer: Wes Craven, Anthony Katagas and Iya Labunka
Cast: Max Thieriot, Nick Lashaway, Denzel Whitaker, Jessica Hecht, Frank Grillo, Zena Grey, Dennis Boutsikaris, Emily Meade, Shareeka Epps and Danai Gurira

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