Posted by: Steve on April 15, 2008 at 22:33:16
f**k yea, a movie about brutal vengeful justice, sounds like my kind of movie
Posted by: DriverDown on June 10, 2008 at 19:20:51
The Last House On The Left pushed the envelope with its gore and extreme violence...in the 70's...when it was released. People are used to that now. We don't get as shocked when we see that kind of crap daily in real life. Plus let's be realistic Craven, when was the last time you actually made a good movie?
Posted by: Bruno on July 31, 2008 at 10:37:19
It better be brutal! Horror movies these days have the gore of a good CSI episode.
Posted by: Kris Avalon on July 31, 2008 at 11:27:23
I loved he original Last House on the Left. I had a hard time sitting through this film back in the day. This film as well as I Spit on your Grave had me squirming in my seat. I really hope they don't water this film down so they can get a bunch of ****ing 15-year-olds in the theaters like the wack Prom Night remake. And as a response to Bruno's comment,CSI has more gore than majority of the horror films coming out now. If they can show gore at 9pm, They shouldn't have a problem showing it in horror movies.
Posted by: mark on July 31, 2008 at 12:23:08
you know whats really stupid the people that ***** about the remakes that are going on . oh why are you remaking last house on the left it was so great just leave it alone , or why are you guys remaking friday the 13th that was such a good movie its going to suck now , there already putting the movie down before its even made. i mean jesus ****ing christ if the guys who originally came up with the movie is behind and he was good enough to create the ****ing movie then it should be good enough. these guys made horror and now all we do is put them down
Posted by: jimmyd on July 31, 2008 at 21:07:41
i think that all of these remakes (friday..,halloween,nightmare, lotl, ect..) should be embraced.. yeah they may not be as good as the originals.. but its 2008 and they have the money and the technology to make these classics more realistic (gore wise)..i agree the acting has taken a nose dive into the *****er.. but lets face it.. as long as there is a victim,a threat, and some sort of closure (good guy win or bad guy win)horror will live on forever.perfect example :black christmas 1973 was awesome, black x-mas 2006.. good gore at points.. acting horrible..but you know what..i still enjoyed thestory.. cause thats what all these are STORIES.. not to be taken too seriously.. lets have fun and watch some movies!!
Posted by: blah on August 1, 2008 at 09:25:09
i agree.....movies are movies.. gore is gore..what makes a horror movie good is good fx,hot chicks, and a villian that you want to win.. why?? cause everyone has those murdurous impulses.. this is a way for us to release that s***.. i know its done wonders for me
Posted by: Fidge on November 2, 2008 at 16:10:49
Wes Craven himself said this remake is going to be less brutal and more story-driven. so your 15 year olds who saw the remake of Prom Night will be all set to see this. i will go see it, but i don't expect it to be nearly as good as the original. nothing ever is.
Posted by: Daniell Hart on December 2, 2008 at 15:53:33
I, for one am totally stoked for this movie, I heard both the rape and revenge scenes are especially brutal! Love a great horror flick with lots of gore! Also, big fan of Aaron Paul, love him in AMC's new gruesome drama "Breaking Bad"!
Posted by: AJ on December 6, 2008 at 22:44:43
I own every horror movie ever made, and I may not think that remakes and sequals are always great but true horror fans just love it, it's in your blood. I loved the Remake of Texas Chainsaw Masscare it was awesome, and so was the remake of The Omen, and lets not forget the remake of When a Stranger Calls.It is a hit and miss some are great some not so much, if you don't like it don't watch or get off your butt and make your own horror movies if you think you can do it better. Give Eli Roth some more time I'm sure he will come up with something that was as Awsome as Cabin Fever or Hostel. Merry Christmas
Posted by: ZOMBIE4PETA on December 7, 2008 at 01:36:21
I own every horror movie ever made - Where do you keep them all?
Posted by: AJ on December 7, 2008 at 14:09:54
since we just moved they are all still in storage containers, I have been collecting movies for a very long time, I bet I have over 1000 dvds, every Tuesday we go and buy whatever new movie comes out if its a good one, and then I buy a lot on Amazon. I'm not joking when I say I have every scary movie. At Halloween they use to run a show on VH1 called most scary movies and if they talked great about on the movie I researched then found it and bought it, I have all the true crime movies also Like Gacy, Dahmer, Son of Sam. So name it I have it.
Posted by: AJ on December 7, 2008 at 14:15:20
When Rob Zombie remade Halloween it was the awesome, how he let you see where young Michael cmae from. I'm waiting for A prequal to House of Thousand Corpses & Devils Rejects.
Posted by: Baby on December 7, 2008 at 17:24:16
I'm super ****ing scared about this. The original is my favorite movie and its so amazing itself. I really hope they don't butcher it. It would totally ruin it.
Posted by: dlux on January 14, 2009 at 19:08:21
i thought the original sucked. but that might just be because it wasn't what i expected. both the cover art and the title really had nothing to do with the movie. (lame reasons, i know). plus the one brother was just super annoying. i might have to rewatch it. i'd pay to see an original AMERICAN horror movie. wish i was alive in the 70's.
Posted by: Dr. Killjoy on January 14, 2009 at 19:58:30
The trailer looks good. I love movies like this and deatth sentence. Where normal people are pushed to their extremes. I hope they keep that chainsaw scene in the remake.
Posted by: matthew on January 16, 2009 at 13:54:39
The Last House on the Left Remake will Might Take On Graphic Novel Watchmen!!!!! in march 13 Is The Friday The 13th
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