31 Days of Horror: Day Twenty One - Part III
Before we get into anything, let’s give director Fede Alvarez the credit he deserves for having the balls to tackle a remake of one of the most celebrated indie-horrors period, let alone make even a decent film out of it.
Alvarez’s take on the cult classic works on multiple levels; it is well directed, beautifully realized, and handles practical effects in ways rarely seen in films today. However, what really makes this re(boot)make special is how it embraces the essence of the original film, all while forging its own path and being something completely its own.
Aside from some dull characters (with the exception of Jane Levy of course) and…