This whole discussion really reminds me of conversations I often have with my friends about music. Like, how they can't possibly take me seriously because I love Avril Lavigne or Girls Aloud. It doesn't matter what else I listen to, even if it is "respectable" by their standards, because Avril and the Girls simply aren't cool and suck and so must my taste in music. I did kind of agree with what I thought was Winona's point is his first post: that some people seem to be a little bit protective of films that even they themselves must admit are not really good. But it IS elitist to think that everyone shares the same opinion of what's good and what's bad - or rather that your own idea of what's good and bad is the prevailing one. So go Congo, go Girls Aloud and go Halloween 2007! Screw The Beatles and Led Zeppelin and Halloween '78 and Dawn of the Dead. Oh, and Scream is the best horror film of the 90s, no contest. Followed closely by Scream 2.