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Welcome back to Collider Movie Club! Hosted by Coy Jandreau and Perri Nemiroff, Movie Club offers an in-depth exploration of the key themes, execution and impact of some of our favorite films. This week, Coy and Perri celebrate the new My Lists feature in Movies Anywhere by highlighting some of the best horror remakes out there!
It isn’t easy remaking a classic, but when a director and their team pull it off, it’s a glorious thing! Not only do successful horror remakes offer us the opportunity to re-experience the classics we love, but they also have the potential to encourage new genre fans to seek out the originals that started it all. On this episode of Collider Movie Club, we’re highlighting three movies that do just that -- Zack Snyder’s remake of George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead, Alexandre Aja’s spin on Wes Craven’s The Hills Have Eyes and then Fede Alvarez’s reimagining of Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead.
Catch Coy and Perri explain why 2004’s Dawn of the Dead, 2006’s The Hills Have Eyes and 2013’s Evil Dead are some of the best horror remakes ever made in this episode of Collider Movie Club!
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