on 03:41PM at Sep 3rd, 2011
I think yes, one Hollywood is using the success of the original to try to get views.
two. most remake horror movies have nothing going for them that original had other than body count, and better special effects. and usually the worse the remake the higher the body count and the more effects thrown in hoping no body will notice how crappy the remake is compared to the original.
three. the story lines in many of the Originals are far superior to the remakes which butcher them. for example the remake of " The Fog" where they turned it into a dead guys romance. with none of the suspense of the original.
and that ends my rant today LOL
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on 11:48PM at Oct 6th, 2011
I can understand how people have the tendency to compare the originals to the remakes which can be kind of cool if thats what your aiming for. However, I agree with you and I think that a lot of filmmakers generally try to remake things to remake them in a new way and put a new spin on them. I don't think the movie would be as great to watch if it was exactly like the original. Otherwise you could just watch the original.
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