Horror Movie Remakes have become very popular in the 2000s. Starting with the remake of Texas Chainsaw Massacre, movie studios started dusting off the old classic horrors from the 1970s and giving them a makeover. Some were successful, some not so much. Because of the success of Rob Zombie’s new Halloween, they’re planning to film a new Friday the 13th installment.
Evil Has A Destiny. So does Rob Zombie.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2003
Inspired by a movie that was inspired by a true story.
The Hills Have Eyes 2006
The lucky ones die first.
Dawn of the Dead 2004
When the undead rise, civilization will fall.
When a Stranger Calls 2006
A babysitter is scared by prank phone calls.
Black Christmas 2006
Michelle Trachtenberg stalked in a sorority house on Xmas Eve.
The Omen 2006
Liev Schreiber is the father of the devil child Damien.
Toolbox Murders 2004
Tobe Hooper’s movie about scary hotel murders.
The Amityville Horror 2005
A family is terrorized by demonic forces after moving into a home.
Assault on Precinct 13 2005
A cop station under siege on New Year’s Eve.
The Fog 2005
A quiet seaside town is engulfed by a thick fog.
Crispin Glover has an unusual connection with rats.
Also check out:
The Hills Have Eyes 2
Day of the Dead
Stephen King’s The Shining
House of Wax
The Thing (1982)
House On Haunted Hill
Return to House on Haunted Hill
Bram Stoker’s Dracula
Night Of The Living Dead (1990)
House on Haunted Hill
Village of the Damned (1995)
Stephen King’s Carrie
I’ve seen the hills have eyes 2 and it’s not that scary,, it was actually kind of funny. Wow, I just realized that all of these moviees are shown on syfy…… Has anyone ever seen P2?
I seen all of these there really good movies … Sum better then other lol
Oh, and The Blob was my favorite movie from the time when I was 8. :)
In The Hills Have Eyes 2, I hate the scene were the woman gives birth, it’s so bloody and disgusting.
yay im the first and these are kewlz