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View Poll Results: What's the worst horror remake by Box Office?
1. The Ring ($129,128,133) 0 0%
2. The Grudge ($110,359,362) 0 0%
3. The Haunting ($91,411,151) 6 14.29%
4. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre ($80,571,655) 2 4.76%
5. The Ring Two ($76,231,249) 2 4.76%
6. The Amityville Horror ($65,233,369) 0 0%
7. Friday the 13th ($65,002,019) 1 2.38%
8. A Nightmare on Elm Street ($63,075,011) 3 7.14%
9. The Wolfman ($61,979,680) 1 2.38%
10. The Stepford Wives ($59,484,742) 2 4.76%
11. Dawn of the Dead ($59,020,957) 0 0%
12. Halloween ($58,272,029) 4 9.52%
13. The Omen ($54,607,383) 1 2.38%
14. The Woman in Black ($54,333,290) 0 0%
15. Evil Dead ($53,756,774) 1 2.38%
16. My Bloody Valentine 3-D ($51,545,952) 0 0%
17. When a Stranger Calls ($47,860,214) 2 4.76%
18. Prom Night ($43,869,350) 13 30.95%
19. Thirteen Ghosts ($41,867,960) 2 4.76%
20. The Hills Have Eyes ($41,778,863) 2 4.76%
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Old 05-17-2013, 07:24 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by dave13 View Post
yuk yuk yuk

i think its clear to everyone that you've lost this particular debate. my agruments have crushed yours, and now you're just bitter. more's the pity.
You have shamed me like a priest defrocked.
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Old 05-17-2013, 07:36 PM   #32
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Every copy of the remake of The Fog should be gathered and burned so that future generations may be spared the horror of actually seeing any of it.
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Old 05-17-2013, 08:53 PM   #33
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Every copy of the remake of The Fog should be gathered and burned so that future generations may be spared the horror of actually seeing any of it.
that may have already happened. i can't remember the last time i saw a copy of it anywhere. of all the crap remakes that have come and gone, this one seems to have (mercifully) fallen the furthest off the radar. were it not for threads like this one, i would have completely fogotten about its existence.
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Old 07-17-2013, 08:42 PM   #34
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Where is the multiple choice option in this? Blah most of these suck like watching a dog poop.
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Old 08-03-2013, 05:04 PM   #35
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The Crazies is the only decent remake of a classic horror film to come out since 1986 (I really want to see Let Me In for some reason, I have a feeling about that one) and even that couldn't improve upon the original.

What should be happening is remakes aiming for, and I think Crazies just might have, improving other remakes and similar films to come out recently. If there were trends done to death and which lost their potency in the 70's and 80's- this can hardly be rectified by some lousy survival flick which doesn't know how to utilize atmosphere and music and style and characterization and...
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