10 Wes Craven cult films
The Last House on the Left
Born in Cleveland, Ohio on August 2, 1939 to a staunch Baptist family, Wes Craven studied philosophy and writing. Under pseudonyms he began making pornography movies. The first feature film under Craven's own name was "The Last House on the Left" (1972), inspired by Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman. This graphic horror film cost $87,000, was censored in many countries, and became a hit.