I think it could be good or decent. Afterall a good horror movie remake is hard to find, there can be an occasional gem and a dozen misfires only to tarnish the legacy of the original. Moviefone has made their top ten essential rules to making a good horror movie remake and it's advice to the filmmakers out there: http://blog.moviefone.com/2011/08/18/the-10-essential-rules-to-making-a-good-horror-remake/ Who agrees with the rules, worst culprits and best examples? On number 8 "Honor the original" they should had added Cat People (1982) and Night of the Living Dead (1990) there since those 2 honored the original movies. The last 2 examples on worst culprits on number 5 "Stay away from Torture Porn" make no sense as i agree with Sarah on the comment that Last House on The Left and I Spit on Your Grave were originally torture porn films in the first place and were marketed as shocking gory exploitation films, i agree with her as well that if you look through the gore of the remakes you can find them to be decent. I'm sure this new ED will fall on number 8 and 3 in between.