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.
|Witness the birth of fear.|
|It never forgives, it never forgets.|
|The lucky ones die first.|
|What was once trapped, will now be unleashed.|
|This ride will be the death of you.|
|A new generation of terror.|
|Some mysteries were never meant to be solved.|
|Fear comes full circle.|
|Katch 'em, kill 'em.|
|Oh yes, there will be blood.|
|Evil dials home.|
|There are some frequencies we were never meant to find.|
|Prey. Slay. Display.|
|Sometimes, rules are meant to be broken.|
|Some sacrifices must be made.|
|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.