The one time we need an informative rating, and we don't have it. That is my fault and a misunderstanding I thought you posted somewhere saying you weren't a horror fan at all, so for that, I apologize, but I get you now.I'm into horror films, I'm just not heavily into them like its fanbase. But I quite enjoy a lot of them especially when done properly. So yes there's a love for the genre, I'm just not super knowledgeable in it.
Oh god, I don't know why but I just remember that a few days ago I saw the worst horror movie of all time. It's called Dogs...Pet Sematary is like my favorite horror film and I don't like many of them. The kid, the cat... It all worked.
Ironically I also really enjoyed Cujo... What is with me with enjoying movies about mean animals? lol
Anyways... I don't think I can watch the new one and take it seriously. All these remakes are just going too far. I can't get into it like others. If I want to watch the movie, I will watch the classic. Remakes are great for people who never saw the film and are getting introduced to it for the first time but I would like to think more people prefer the original movies over the 2000+ remakes. Better graphics doesn't mean better movies. Even the original Jurassic Park was more believable and thrilling than the new ones.
I might but I am stubborn. lolI hear you but this is one that really wasn't that bad and it had a different twist to it. All in all watching both, I enjoyed certain parts of them each. Give it a look when it later comes on a cable channel or streaming service.
I'm a grown ass woman, but, I still enjoy getting my panties dirty when watching horror movies. I like being that scared. I want the film to really mess with my emotions that way.Well also look at it like this too, I'm sure you're a grown ass man or soon to be one so soiling yourself is probably outta the question. A d then if you're a big horror fan, I'm sure you done seen just about every type of horror variation and story so don't forget you might be desensitized by now. But yeah the remaking of films need to stopped that I agree.