It has been a big trend in Hollywood in the last decade to revive popular film. It can be said that there are no more revivals in horror than in any category.
Regardless of the changing commercial success of each remake, many of the endeavored efforts begin to feel like borrowing too much from their original counterparts. This is not the case in Bret Wood’s The Unwanted: Sheridan Le Fanu’s contemporary redesign of the horror film short film Carmilla of the Victorian period. The stories of Le Fanu, the 1970’s Vampire Lovers film, were frequently printed into Filmin, including the haunting Hammer adaptation. However, he is trying to step out of the shadows of ambiguous inspiration and stand on his own, taking an unwanted, lean jump.