Hmm. So, they've remade popular Devil's-out-to-get-us flick The Omen. But what's the point of remaking a widely available film?
Wouldn't it make more sense to remake a bad film and try to make it better? Say, oh, I dunno ... Manos: The Hands of Fate?
Let's take a look and decide:
Nope. No way you're going to improve on that sucker.
(Yes, this entire post was simply in service to that horrible pun in the subject line. My apologies. Really.)
(Oh, and yes, I own a copy of Manos; you can get a cheap copy off Amazon. The next time the subject of bad movies comes up and someone says Plan 9 From Outer Space is the worst movie of all time, please correct them.)