Remake Rumble: Embrace of The Vampire (1995) vs Embrace of The Vampire (2013)

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The 411: Charlotte, a timid and sheltered college freshman, is seduced by a centuries old vampire unleashing the inner desires that Charlotte never even knew existed inside of her.
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Remake Rumble: I Spit On Your Grave (1978) vs I Spit On Your Grave (2010)

The 411: A comely female writer heads to the seclusion of a country cabin to finish a novel and ends up being brutally gang-raped by a band of locals. After the attack she proceeds to get her revenge on her attackers, taking them out one-by-one.
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Remake Rumble: Judge Dredd (1995) vs Dredd (2012)

The 411: Hollywood’s second attempt at bringing the British comic book icon to the big screen following the 1995 Sylvetser Stallone clunker, Judge Dredd. This time Karl Urban (Star Trek) puts on the signature helmet and takes to the streets of Mega City One delivering severe justice to lawbreakers under the guiding hand of director Pete Travis (Vantage Point).
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Remake Rumble: Total Recall (1990) vs Total Recall (2012)


The 411: A remake of the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger/Paul Verhoeven action flick, this adaptation of the Philip K. Dick story, “We Can Remember It for You Wholesale”, casts Colin Farrell as Douglas Quaid who finds himself on the run after a disastrous trip to Rekall (a company that promises to turn your dreams into real life memories) results in his entire identity being proven false.
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Remake Rumble: Spider-Man (2012) vs The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)


The 411: The Amazing Spider-Man is the reboot of the recent successful Spider-Man films (the last of which, Spider-Man 3, was released in 2007). Sony has to make a Spider-Man movie every couple of years in order to keep the rights to the character from reverting to Marvel/Disney so that is why we got a full on re-imagining of the web crawler’s tale instead of Spider-Man 4.

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Remake Rumble: Fright Night (1985) vs Fright Night (2011)

The 411: FRIGHT NIGHT is the remake of the 1985 horror classic of the same name. The setup is the same too: teenager discovers that his new next door neighbor is a blood sucking vampire fiend and sets out to stop him with the aid of his best friend, girlfriend, and a celebrity vampire hunter. It is really hard to review the new Fright Night in a vacuum that does not involve looking back at and comparing it to the original film. So this is going to be a combination review and match-up comparison of the two films.

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