Night Of The Demons: Remake and Why Remakes Suck?

Night Of The Demons 
Maddie Curtis and her friends Lily and Suzanne are ready for a great Halloweeen night. They're going to a party thrown by their friend Angela at the notorious Broussard Mansion in New Orleans. Over eighty years ago, six people disappeared from the mansion without a trace - and the owner, Evangeline Broussard, hung herself.The dark history only serves to enhance Broussard Mansion's appeal on Halloween. At the decadent, out-of-control party, Maddie and Lily run into their exes, Colin and Dex, while Suzanne parties it up. Good times end, however, when the police bust up the party. After everyone leaves, the gang soon discover a horrible secret... that supernatural forces are at work at the Mansion, and that there may be more to the tale of Evangeline Broussard than anyone knew.... Just imagine how great this is going to be, with Edward Furlong...

With Hollywood stealing from movies from the 1980's cause apparently enough time has passed to remake every damn movie that was successful or a little successful. I am crying that they are making a new version of one of my favorites "Robocop", the madness has to stop! I pray to the Heavens that they never feel the need to touch my Rock-n-Roll Fable... Streets of Fire... it has everything and then Diane Lane!

So what are you doing for the weekend, seeing any dumb movies... wait you won't know they are dumb until you see them... Lets rephrase that... anyone seeing a movies this weekend?
-Jeremy [Retro-Zombie]

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  1. The only remake I'm a fan of is the Rob Zombie Halloween.

  2. Streets of Fire is also one of my all-time favourite movies. Pure awesomeness!

  3. No, no moves until I go back to States. Everything here is in Spanish and I don't do well with subtitles. And the DVD's don't even have them. Thank heavens for HBO!

  4. No need whatsoever for a remake of Robocop. (Or Total Recall either.)
    Probably seeing Brave as the reviews of Abraham Lincoln are bad.

  5. Jeremy, not all remakes are bad. Some like "Little Shop of Horrors" improve on it. But why do they remake good movies like Robocop or Psycho? There are so many bad movies to improve on.

    1. This is my exact stance as well. The only movies that warrant remaking are those that can be greatly improved upon. I'm not just talking about shiny special effects here. I mean, plot, performances, score, the whole package.


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