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INTRODUCTION

r2o

The existence of Return to Oz seems incredibly bizarre, yet still makes a lot of sense…. (More)

psychoii

Psycho II aka Psycho II: I Didn’t Know There Was a Psycho II was made in 1983, more than 20 years after Alfred Hitchcock’s original, and three years after his death… (More)

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Anyone who has seen the original High Noon has to do a double take at the title of this one… (More)

hea

Sometimes you come across a sequel so bizarre, the idea of which is so beyond the realm of comprehension… (More)

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Oh 1990, the year when the two greatest films of 1974 both got sequels… (More)

shock

Most of the sequels I have chosen for this list are follow-ups to universally-loved films, films you will see near the top… (More)

lwh

In 1968, Roman Polanski directed one of the greatest (if not the greatest) horror films of all time… (More)

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Oh Filmation Studios, we meet again. Why did you think you could make sequels to classic Disney films… (More)

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Alright, we’ve had enough unsatisfying TV follow-ups, so let’s talk about this one instead… (More)

2010

Making a sequel to 2001: A Space Odyssey is way gutsier than almost any sequel on this list… (More)

FINAL THOUGHTS

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