It succeeds in achieving that balance necessary for a “requel” to work: giving fans the familiar elements they want with enough of a new spin.
Altered Innocence has brought Spanish filmmaker Iván Zulueta's 1979 cult classic back to life for a new generation.
Nostalgia and new nightmares manifest in this first offering from comics publisher American Mythology and James Kuhoric.
Throughout, it’s clear that a lot of thought went into bringing a little something extra to this premise.
It harks back to the horror and exploitation films of the ’70s and ’80s, which directly addressed then-current social issues and felt no need to be tactful about it.