How could you love it!? It was shit! Lol big mistake having someone die in the first few minutes because it got dull right after. All the characters were flat as hell (none of them were well developed).
And the scares were too forceful. Also, the scene where Tina layed back down and Freddy was there, direct copy of Drag Me To Hell, lol. Like direct. Notice how all the scares in these new wave of horror movies are just CAMERA CUT, BOOM, loud noise. See in the Scream movies, the jumps were clever. Ie. Sidney running in the house, locking the door -- you have a shot behind her -- the closet for seconds and then BAM the killer comes out. Or Cici in Scream 2 when she answers the phone, and the closet behind her just looks part of the background then BAM.
I'm going overboard on this, lol, but it really wasn't scary in the least bit. And again, like stated earlier, the characters were shit! Did we really feel bad when Tina's bf died? No. Did we feel bad when Tatum died in Scream. Yes. Characters is my number one thing when writing screenplays. If you don't care about the characters, then who the fuck cares?
ALSO, this was literally a direct copy of the original, just a shitty version of it. I mean so many things were directly copied. Like I know who was going to die, when they were going to die, and how it was going to end. At least with the Friday the 13th reboot, they went with something different and somewhat unpredictable.
Basically, I just want you CJ to realize that this wasn't very good, lol.