Who would have thought that Ingmar Bergman of all people would inspire a franchise of horror properties spanning close to forty years now? I suppose we can lay the giallo on Michelangelo Antonioni's shoulders, but still, I'm holding out for some popcorn friendly Bela Tarr remakes. It all started in 1960 with Bergman's THE VIRGIN SPRING, and then started again in 1972 with Wes Craven's breakout, THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT. Flash forward to 2005 and there was David DeFalco's controversial CHAOS, and now in 2009 we are seeing a faithful remake of Craven's picture. Four different takes on the same 13th century Swedish ballad, which one is your favorite? Edit: We'll add in some notable imitators, too.