I'm so wary of movies now (ANY movie) of using these tired gimmicks. Also - I wonder if the dog is gonna be more resourceful than the entire cast? I love doggies, but in some movies they're made to be annoying SUPER CANINES. I hope the mutant family's background isn't explained in typical American movie fashion. I loved the original's usage of the old man at the gas station filling us in on just enough info. I'm fearing a overly detailed, no-suprise instore prologue. I hate the poster...couldn't they have chosen a more fearful expression on the actress? I had to do a double take on a billboard I saw because in no way did this look like a thriller.