Three Classic Horror Movies That Need Remakes

One of my biggest pet peeves when it comes to movies is remakes. Overall, I don’t consider myself a fan because, to me, remaking a classic film is just being lazy, especially when there is very little effort to add any sort of original content to the new version.
This being said, I do make an exception for horror films. This is because, even though there are some that haven’t been overly impressive (like A Nightmare on Elm Street), there have been plenty that were definitely an improvement over the original (such as House of Wax).
In fact, there are three classic horror movies in particular that I really believe should be rebooted, either because they would be improved by better special effects or could be a much better movie with a little bit of revision.
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