Remakes of a popular franchise are always a decisive subject. Creators face a daunting task of creating something different with the IP (intellectual property) while keeping the charm that made the original content special. Should the remake be aimed at an entirely new audience? Or should it try to bring back fans of the original content?
Popular horror franchise, A Nightmare On Elm Street received the remake treatment in 2010 and was met with negative reviews, even receiving a dreadful 15% from popular review site Rotten Tomatoes. In today’s post, I’ll be sharing what I feel awry with the title.