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For awhile, it seemed you couldn't go in the water, go in the basement, fall asleep or head off to camp without tripping over a dead teenager movie. You know, the ones where young and randy kids strip off their clothes, have sex and then promptly get mauled to death by some vaguely supernatural killer. But after awhile, the public grew tired of the Jasons, Freddys and Michael Myerses. But they didn't tire of dead teenagers, so the genre became ...
With the success of the "Saw" films and "Hostel," we now don't have to see hot, young people suddenly stabbed and killed. Instead, we can watch them be tortured to death in incredibly complex ways. Some may call this development deplorable, but others call it progress.