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‘Point Break’ Remake Announced, Main Cast Revealed

Point Break is most likely my favorite action movie of all time.  So it infuriates me that Hollywood has the nerve to remake a film that should never be remade, in the same way that it would be a travesty for Jaws to be remade.  These are films that represented the era in which they […]

The Horror Remake Bloody Bracket – The Finals: The Hills Have Eyes (2006) VS. Maniac (2012)

THE HORROR REMAKE BLOODY BRACKET THE FINALS Sixteen remakes battled it out for horror supremacy and now only two remain: Alexandre Aja’s The Hills Have Eyes and Franck Khalfoun’s Maniac. Hills beat The Wicker Man, Halloween, and Dawn of the Dead on its way to The Finals while Maniac took down Evil Dead, Piranha 3D, and My Bloody Valentine. Which film achieves ultimate victory and reigns supreme in The […]

The Horror Remake Bloody Bracket – Round Three: Dawn of the Dead (2004) VS. The Hills Have Eyes (2006)

THE HORROR REMAKE BLOODY BRACKET Round Three The first matchup of Round Three pits Zack Snyder’s remake of a Romero zombie classic against Alexandre Aja’s update of a Craven hillbilly classic. Who comes out on top and advances to the Finals? Morbidly Amusing debates. Dawn of the Dead (2004) VS The Hills Have Eyes  (2006) Dr. Morbid: Dawn […]

The Horror Remake Bloody Bracket – Round Two: The Hills Have Eyes (2006) VS. Halloween (2007)

THE HORROR REMAKE BLOODY BRACKET Round Two Our second matchup in Round Two pits two remakes against one another born from originals made by two of the most successful filmmakers in the history of the horror genre. The first is Wes Craven, whose original Hills Have Eyes helped him get his foot in the door and give […]

The Horror Remake Bloody Bracket – Round One: The Hills Have Eyes (2006) VS. The Wicker Man (2006)

THE HORROR REMAKE BLOODY BRACKET Round One The third match-up of Round One pits two horror remakes from 2006 against one another. One is an update of a grisly Wes Craven flick from 1977, while the other takes everything about Robin Hardy’s 1973 original and turns it on its head. Do the radioactive psychopaths have […]