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Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by Ghostvirus, Jan 30, 2008.
3, 4, Stop making remakes w**re!
yeah... we have a thread on this... on the first or second page, no less.
and really, who cares if they reboot a franchise that honestly hasn't been good in like, 15 years, if not more?
it couldn't be worse than the last 12-or-so sequels.
Wow. Nice attitude.
todays pathetic mtv audiences are mindless morons who watch torture porn.
robert englund is Freddy. NOBODY else is.
No Englund, No Thanks. And Mr. Credible shows himself to be anything but with his stupid ass comments about things he doesnt apparently know anything about, once again. There were only 7 Nightmare movies, if you dont count FvsJ, and only 2 of them could be called "bad." The last actual sequel, Wes Cravens New Nightmare, is actually arguably one of the best of the bunch. So yes, this can, and will be worse than the last few sequels.
I liked all the Nightmare movies. Never saw the TV show, but I most likely would have liked it. And Freddy Kruger without Robert Englund just doesn't seem right.
A lil off topic, I want a Freddy vs Jason vs Ash comic adaptation.
^ Me too, but Sam Raimi won't let them use Ash. Bastard.
Does Raimi still own the license/copyright of Ash?
Yeah, Raimi owns the character. He did say he didnt want them to use it cause he has plans of his own for the character, and with the remake scrapped, that may mean we'll eventually get Evil Dead 4.
Ah ok then. There is hope for the future.
If Raimi still owns Ash though, how can they use him in the comics?
He's licensed him out to the comics, I'm sure. They're a totally different format than he works in, and I'm sure he gets a decent chunk of cash for it.
I rather see another sequel than a remake. Just tired of remakes, you know?
I am trying to figure out what the point to a remake is. I could understand if they were remaking movies that didn't do that well to begin with, but they are remaking classics that you can still pick up anywhere.
I was watching Brainscan last night, & was wondering why not remake this? Not because the special effects aren't good, but because the story could be tightened up a bit, & you could make the ending even more of a mind f**k these days. But no, hollywood has to profit off the backs of movies that were already profitible.:
Since the four-quels have been better lately than remakes, my vote is for Evil Dead 4. As for a Nightmare remake, I never saw the original film, so I don't have any sentiment-based objections. I do, however, object on the grounds of get-a-f**king-clue-and-make-something-original.