Oh dear, there was a mix-up at the crappy horror movie factory. Now, nobody knows which remake/sequel goes with which tag line!

Can you match the movie about dancing to it's tag line? Answers (as if they matter) after the keep reading.

1.

.

A.

Witness the birth of fear.

2.

B.

It never forgives, it never forgets.

3.

C.

The lucky ones die first.

4.

D.

What was once trapped, will now be unleashed.

5.

E.

This ride will be the death of you.

6.

F.

A new generation of terror.

7.

G.

Some mysteries were never meant to be solved.

8.

H.

Fear comes full circle.

9.

I.

Katch 'em, kill 'em.

10.

J.

Oh yes, there will be blood.

11.

.

K.

Evil dials home.

12.

L.

There are some frequencies we were never meant to find.

13.

M.

Prey. Slay. Display.

14.

N.

Sometimes, rules are meant to be broken.

15.

O.

Some sacrifices must be made.

16.

P.

Enjoy your stay.

Answers: 1-G, 2-M, 3-L, 4-J, 5-N, 6-P, 7-A, 8-I, 9-B, 10-D, 11-C, 12-F, 13-H, 14-O, 15-K, 16-E.

How bad are these movies? To answer this I turned to Rotten Tomatoes, a website that collects movie reviews, and then gives each movie a score based on what percentage of critics gave that film a positive review. The average Rotten Tomatoes score for these movies is an abysmal 21%. Congratulations to The Hills Have Eyes, the most well reviewed of the lot, with 48%!

My only regret is that I couldn't include The Fog, which was too cool for a tag line (Rotten Tomatoes – 6%).

2007 promises remakes of The Eye, The Hitcher, and Prom Night as well as The Hills Have Eyes 2, When A Stranger Calls Back, and presumably a Saw 4.