Oh, horror movies. Market research showed that more people knew the phrase Texas Chainsaw
Massacre than the number of people who had seen it or even knew what it was about. So you know what that means! Reboot
time! Now, there's nothing inherently wrong with rebooting a popular film and/or franchise. But there's also no rule that says they have to be bad. Nevertheless, crappy remakes keep plaguing horror fans. We're looking at 10 horror movie reboots that went horribly wrong.Texas Chainsaw
Massacre (2003) and Texas Chainsaw 3D
(2013)The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
is easily one of the scariest movies of all time, no question. Loosely based on true events, put together in the early '70s on a shoestring budget, this thing played like some sorta snuff film. It's chilling. It's such a great horror film that once the sequels stopped coming, Hollywood tried to reboot it not once, but twice.