The new version is true horror with oceans of blood. They don't say there's a death and pan away from it while it happens off camera, they show every brutal second of it. The movie almost seems to revel in how much blood and gore it can use and stay a Rated R movie. A chainsaw was good enough to take care of the dead before and it's still good enough now. I'm hoping this one is successful enough that the other two are also remade. Army of Darkness should be really something done as a pure horror flick.
I would like to take my son to see it now. He's 18 and has been watching horror movies practically since birth. I wouldn't suggest it for young kids, but older teens should have no trouble with it. They were raised on violent video games, so blood doesn't bother them.
Did anyone else see it? What do you think?