Both movies are not a true remakes, but they are still using the original titles. I still can't figure out if this is a good or a bad thing. I guess people just can't get creative enough to give us a 'knock you out your seat' horror story. Have we used up all the creepy feelings,spine tingling, scary sighting, urban legends out there? I know technology has greatly improved, but there is a certain lack of imagination now days. I wonder if Michael Bay thinks every thing he touches turns to gold? I love Rob Zombie,don't get me wrong. He is crazy as they come, so it's no surprise he wants to try give us some creepy shit.
"Nightmare on Elm Street" looks like it's scheduled for release in April 2010. "Halloween 2" is scheduled to hit theaters on August 28th, 2009.
Do you think they will be able to scare you and keep you wanting more?