Choosing its own path, Dawn of the Dead's remake alters the theme for a post-9/11 world, but lacks the same punch.
Category: 4K Horror
A relentless zombie movie stuffed with allegories on class, Train to Busan never slows down to breathe.
Crummy low-budget horror, Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things is saved by its hilariously overdone dialog.
A fervent, hyper-exaggerated slant against religious fanaticism, Carrie is able to balance that with a fatalist worldview.
Piranha is crude, fun b-level exploitation with a wicked conspiratorial streak to boot.
Interesting for its suggestive religious allegory, The Amityville Horror is an otherwise mundane, hollow haunted house thriller.
Consistent tension, fear, and social decay mark Night of the Living Dead, creating a masterpiece in the process.
Of the atomic age without the atomic age undertones, Creature from the Black Lagoon returned to Universal's clever horror of old.
Less a monster movie than a social condemnation, Bride of Frankenstein is among the great achievements in hidden subtext and simultaneous entertainment.
Colorful as it is, Phantom of the Opera is a listless Universal remake with a few marginal twists expanding on the lore.
Trend-setting in its fears, Friday the 13th uses sex as a source of indignation, enough to kill for it.
Scream 2 still shows some creative life as it mocks itself as much as the genre's sequel norms.