It’s a well-known fact that many motion picture studios are fond of milking a cash cow until it is dried up and keeled over. Perhaps more so than any other film genre, horror sequels have a tendency to deteriorate to the point of almost unwatchable direct-to-DVD nonsense. The inverse can also occasionally be true: studios leave money on the table instead of making a much demanded sequel to a franchise that still has life and potential left in it.
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Here's a list of entertaining horror movies we think were unfairly lambasted by mainstream critics, as indicated by their scores on Rotten Tomatoes.
We show our appreciation for the hardworking women who toil away in the genre by spotlighting some of the best horror films helmed by female filmmakers.