No one is going to care, but I am going to say this anyway. The 90's remake of Village of the Damned is a good movie. It was panned when it came out because it was too creepy for non-horror fans but not gruesome or extreme enough for horror fans. It really is a straight remake of the classic British film and does not tamper with that blueprint too much. In fact, in some ways its better in that it explores the possibilities of the story more, it has better characterization, and it has vastly better visual effects and production. I would say its only flaw is that the story is slightly anachronistic when moved from a 60's English village to a midwestern town in the USA in the 90's. It is a terrific little movie. I think that if it wasn't a remake and it didn't have John Carpenter's name attached to it (which carries with it certain genre expectations),this movie would have been remembered very fondly. I recommend that anyone reading this go watch this movie and judge it on its own merits. Great performances, great setup, lots of good scenes, and a great climax.