Those of us lucky enough to be born between the ’80s and ’90s. Generation whatever you want to label us! Making us privy to the budding genre of horror. The ’80s were a time innovation and practical effect. While the ’90s were chalked full of CG and the continuing the lineage of franchises. Fans were happy, b-movies and cult movies were all the buzz.
Then Wes Craven gave birth to scream. A slasher film that turned the genre on its head. We adored him for it, it even spawned 2 sequels. Regardless of how some of us feel about Scream 3, little did we know that we would regret being so harsh. With two great decades in the books what could go wrong? The 2000s looked some promising but boy were we wrong. It was plagued with unimaginative remakes of everything we knew and loved. Not to say we didn’t get any original works. Final Destination Saw, Wrong Turn, and Underworld defiantly started new franchises that all lasted for quite some time. Perhaps a little too long but compared to all the other content being put out. It’s easy to understand why studios wanted to squeeze every drop out of it.
It the most recent episode of we discuss the current climate of remakes as well as some of our favorites.
I Spit on Your Grave
The Amityville Horror
The Hills Have Eyes
Dr. Louis Creed and his wife, Rachel, relocate from Boston to rural Maine with their two young children. The couple soon discover a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near their new home. -imdb
DirectorKevin Kölsch, Dennis Widmyer
ActorsJason Clarke, Amy Seimetz, John Lithgow
Run Time1 hour 40 minutes
What’s good with you? 1:28
March Frightness 7:10
Pet Sematary 17:10
Our Top 5 Remakes 40:25
Marry F@ck Kill 1:20:25
We can you find us 1:25:28
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