Two of the most acclaimed horror movies, “A Nightmare on Elm Street” and “Dawn of the Dead (1978)”, detail metaphorical renditions of macabre realities and underlying ideologies that will astonish even the most indifferent person.
Even with the public knowing his wildly inappropriate relationship with underage girls (including his daughters), Woody Allen remains one of the most critically acclaimed writers and directors of our time.
Are shot-for-shot remakes to practice technique? To get in the mind of a creator? To pay homage to an adored work?