PD, I defended you because occasionally you can come up with something entertaining, and some things are worth remaking already (Amittyville Horror for example). I may hate what you did with The Hitcher and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, but even though I hated them, I wouldn’t say they were products exclusively for their time. The 70’s wasn’t the charm for the original TCM, nor was the 80’s for The Hitcher. Nightmare On Elm Street I kept an open mind for just out of principle.However, word is now that you are planning on remaking something that is brilliant by the fact that it is so 80’s. It’s its biggest charm, it can not be replicated. Monster Squad is such subject. How much the kids curse in that film is not acceptable today anymore (good luck with the MPAA) and the brilliance of Frankenstein’s monster saying “Bogus” is equally radical. What, is he going to say the latest gibberish Snoop Dog has coined just to keep things “current”? Monster Squad doesn’t need to be “current” it’s a perfect time capsule of the late 80’s. Want to have the movie take place in the 80’s? I’d love to trust that but seeing the piss poor attempt at seeing how 70’s your remakes looked for the TCM films, I can only see bad parody.With other franchises you took over, I saw them with the ideal that you’re starting a franchise over. I enjoyed Friday The 13th for what it was, I mean look how low the bar was set for that one! Nightmare On Elm Street’s the same thing. Monster Squad, however, is a solitary 80’s icon that thank god to DVD, gained a bigger cult following, even rivaling it’s other 80’s counterpart, The Goonies (I’ve been a long time Squad fan over Goonies, anyday). It had no horrendous sequels to bog it down. Is this Monster Squad going to have more subplots of pot-hunting? Or how about a bland dreary music cues with no personality? It’s sure look slick n polished! We can forget about awesome 80’s montages.Brad Fuller, go fuck yourself. Michael Bay….well…I know you don’t do much other than hand over your bank accounts for them to dip in to, but you’re still a tool.Ugh, vent over. Thank you all for reading this dribble.