"Horror remakes suck!"
You'll see this comment with alarming regularity whenever a new remake of an old horror film hits theaters. The sentiment is pure nonsense, but it's easy to sympathize with it; a large percentage of horror remakes are generic, lazy, cheap, unsatisfying, and/or instantly forgettable.
So here are a whole bunch of good, great, or downright fantastic horror remakes. Feel free to point your cynical friends toward any or all of them the next time this argument comes up on Twitter. It happens at least three times a year.