If you’re mak­ing a hor­ror flick today, it’s only nat­ural to want to reclaim a piece of the genre’s past in your work.  After all, hor­ror is a genre where a film that con­vinc­ingly evokes the “old school” is auto­mat­i­cally guar­an­teed instant street-cred with a sig­nif­i­cant part of the audi­ence.  However, pulling off such a More >