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This remake stays close to the eponymous 1979 horror movie it's based on, except for being precisely 10,000 times scarier. Read full review
Shorter and punchier but nearly as hokey as the original. Read full review
Why remake a horror film if you can't make it scarier? Read full review
The good news is the updated version is scarier than the original, thanks to snazzier special effects, a shorter running time, moody lighting, a few solid jolts and one icky moment involving a bratty babysitter and a closet. The bad news is the film rehashes every horror movie cliché you can imagine. Read full review
The truly shocking thing about the new version is that it's not bloody awful. Read full review
With his beard and '70s clothes, Reynolds looks like Val Kilmer playing Jim Morrison. Before things go precipitously south, he gives an endearing performance that proves he's ready for far more substantial roles than Van Wilder. Read full review
Extraordinarily faithful to the spirit of that creaky, derivative, fly-infested, don't-go-in-the-attic boofest. Read full review
The latest cannibalization of a popular older horror film. Read full review
Result? It's not scary, just busy. Read full review
In this Amityville, the performances are bad, the special effects ho-hum, and it's not even particularly scary. Read full review
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