With the sequel to Rob Zombie's remake of Halloween in theaters, the director has decided it's the perfect time to announce that he will next remake The Blob, the 1958 movie about a... well, a blob. From space. It's already been remade, in 1988 with Johnny Drama from Entourage, but we'll ignore that one if it means we'll get a grisly new sci-fi story from Mr. Zombie. Of course, Zombie doesn't have a monopoly on remaking old horror movies, and there are already a slew of re-imaginings in the works. We rounded up info on a few of the more high-profile ones, so you know which movies are currently getting hacked to bits in the editing room and which are just plain dead.
In Sam Raimi's new horror movie, Drag Me to Hell, a girl is cursed to be forcibly taken you-know-where after she gets shovey with an old lady at her bank. Uh, is she crazy? Has she never seen a movie before in her life? You do not mess with old people. They've been around the block a few times, and they know how to make your life hell, either literally or figuratively. Be especially wary of ones with vague Eastern European accents -- you never know when you're going to get slapped with some sort of culturally stereotypical curse. (It's not racial profiling, it's just common sense.) Here are ten movies featuring old people who are not to be trifled with.