Top 7 Horror Sequels We Hoped For But Never Got
This movie had such promise. The trailer made it look like a nightmarish home invasion film that would turn the horror world on its ear. Unfortunately, in the opinion of most, it did not live up to its outstanding potential. However, there was always hope that a sequel would be able to capture the best parts of the original and build on them, bringing us the film we hoped the original would be. Here we seem to have another case of a sequel dying on the vine as The Strangers 2 remains in limbo. The last rumors had Liv Tyler and all the masked killers returning for a second round, but that was quite awhile ago, and as time moves on, fans are less and less interested in a sequel to The Strangers. So it appears this film is also going to fall into the "one and done" category.
My Bloody Valentine
We’re going way back to the golden age of the slashers with this one. My Bloody Valentine was released in 1981 and was well known for being a big target of the MPAA, who cut nine minutes from the original film, including footage from every death scene. The movie concludes with proof that the killer, Harry Warden, has disappeared into the tunnels of the mine and will live to strike again another day. In fact, Warden did indeed return; however, that was in the 2009 3D remake of My Bloody Valentine, and we never did get any closure on that original film.