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Sneaks 2003 | Horror

Oh, the places we'll go

Including remakes and originals, sequels and prequels, plus several Episodes 3 of three, almost 300 titles represent more than most people can see. Organized roughly by genre, movies of 2003 are dominated by drama, but comedy and action have traction; so do documentaries, horror and thrillers and "Bears." Oh my.

January 19, 2003|Richard Cromelin and Kevin Crust

Cabin Fever. David Lynch protege Eli Roth co-wrote and directed this popular 2002 Toronto Film Festival midnight flick about five friends who encounter a flesh-eating virus. Lions Gate, Summer

Cursed. "Scream" team of director Wes Craven and writer Kevin Williamson reunites to reinvent the werewolf legend, setting it in Los Angeles. Dimension, Aug. 8

Darkness Falls. It's not very smart to offend the tooth fairy, because she can be scary after dark. With Chaney Kley, Emma Caulfield, Joshua Anderson. Columbia/Revolution, Friday

Exorcist: The Beginning. Paul Schrader directs Stellan Skarsgard giving the devil his due in a prequel to the landmark thriller. Warner Bros., July 18

Freddy Vs. Jason. Mr. Krueger enters the dreams of Mr. Voorhees. Mayhem ensues. Directed by Ronny Yu. New Line, TBA

Gothika. Writer-director Sebastien Gutierrez spins a yarn about a psychologist who finds herself institutionalized for a murder she can't remember. Warner Bros., Oct. 24

House of 1000 Corpses. Robert Zombie -- better known as rock musician Rob Zombie -- makes his directing debut with this shocker about two couples who end up in the wrong place. Very wrong. Featuring Karen Black, the film that Universal was too nervous to release found a distributor last year. Lions Gate, March

Like Hell: Jeepers Creepers 2. The Creeper chows down on a busload of basketball players, cheerleaders and coaches. Writer-director Victor Salva. MGM, Aug. 29

May. After a series of reverses, an unstable woman (Angela Bettis) becomes unhinged, boding ill for the objects of her affections. Lions Gate, Jan. 31

Texas Chainsaw Massacre. A new spin on the grisly true events that inspired both the original and "The Silence of the Lambs." Directed by Marcus Nispel. New Line, Oct. 17

28 Days Later. Deadly virus turns Brits into enraged killers, threatening the survival of the human race. Directed by Danny Boyle. Fox Searchlight, TBA

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