RevolutionSF Review: The Mist
What kind of decade would it have been without a Stephen King adaption?
RevolutionSF Review: Quarantine
One of a bazillion foreign horror flicks remade in the last few years. The U.S. version Quarantine was nowhere near as good.
11. Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon
A horror mockumentary following Vernon as he plans to follow in the footsteps of his heroes Freddy and Jason, who in this world are very real.
RevolutionSF Review: Slither
From IMDB: "A small town is taken over by an alien plague, turning residents into zombies and all forms of mutant monsters."
What else could I add?
RevolutionSF Review: Drag Me To Hell
"I don't want your cat, you dirty pork queen!"
RevolutionSF Review: The Descent
Claustrophobia! Mole people!
Creepy, creepy, creepy.
RevolutionSF Review: Dawn of the Dead
Pretty much every horror movie has been remade in the last 10 years, but this was the best. Fast zombies!
RevolutionSF Review: Shaun of the Dead
The rom-zom-com holds up through many a viewing.
Rob Zombie broke our hearts with the craptastic Halloween
remakes, but this flick and Devil's Rejects
were tons of fun.
Eli Roth's first flick tackled the then-timely fear of flesh eating viruses and contained the greatest scene in cinema history.
Bill Paxton waking up his kids to explain the bloody mission an "angel" has given him was terrifying.
RevolutionSF Review: Trick R Treat
This shoulda been a big screen release, but went straight to DVD. It's a new classic.