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Friday, March 26, 2010


While browsing the great Shattered Ravings blog, I found a post where blog author Scott Baker has put together a nice list of all the movies either already being re-made or in consideration for a remake. I went through and picked out the Horror themed ones. What do you think of these films being re-made? Any Horror films you think that should be re-made that haven't yet?

Movie Remakes Either in Production or Under Consideration

An American Werewolf in London
And Soon the Darkness
Angel Heart
Art of the Devil
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes
Battle Royale
Bride of Frankenstein
Buffy The Vampire Slayer
Children of the Corn
Child’s Play
Creature From The Black Lagoon
Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark
Don’t Look in the Basement
Drop Dead Fred
Fright Night
I Saw What You Did
I Spit on Your Grave
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
Lady Vengeance
Let the Right One In
Little Shop of Horrors
Motel Hell
Mother’s Day
Night of the Demons
Nightmare on Elm Street
Pet Sematary
Room 205
Rosemary’s Baby
Silent Night, Deadly Night
Straw Dogs
Tell No One
The Birds
The Blob
The Brood
The Creature from the Black Lagoon
The Fly
The Fury
The Gate
The Host
The Howling
The Orphanage
The Phantom
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
The Thing
They Live
Who Can Kill a Child
X: The Man With X-Ray Eyes

While some people are totally against remakes of classic or "perfect" horror movies, I actually like remakes. It brings the films to a new generation of fans and could actually get them interested in seeing the original films. And it is not like when a remake is made, the original is gotten rid of. We will always have the originals, so I say bring on the remakes. We love these stories and characters, so anytime I can see more of them, then so be it!!

What do you think about the remake craze in Hollywood right now??

To see the complete list of movies in consideration for a remake, view the original post on the Shattered Ravings blog by CLICKING HERE


  1. I have a big problem with Hollywood's remake kick of recent years. Aside from a very few exceptions (The Last House On The Left, Friday the 13th, The Hills Have Eyes) I think that most remakes are pointless. Some more than others, of course. I'd honestly love to punch Rob Zombie in the throat for what he did to Halloween. That's a goofy list, too. Rocky Horror??? What? Why remake Rocky Horror?? And Lady Vengeance? That's just blasphemy if Hollywood gets their evil mitts on that. Oh well, I guess it's going to happen regardless so me complaining won't do too much good! Keep up the great work, Hayes!

  2. Thanks Murphy! I think you are right, not much we can do about it...but as long as we still have the originals, they can make all the crappy remakes they want. We know which versions we will be watching though!

  3. I still watch them ,and still feel ripped off after .

  4. I'm usually disappointed with movie remakes, but I still want to get my hands on every single one of them :-) I suppose it's curiosity. If I like the original, I'm really curious to see what they'll do with the remake.
    Looking forward to many movies from this list, to name a few: The Brood, Fright Night, Who Can Kill A Child, The Howling, Pet Sematary, The Birds, etc.