>>6944108>probably because we only remember the good one from back in the day
That doesn't apply to me, actually. I'm 30, but my mom was very religious so she was really strict about what I could and couldn't watch (for some reason she didn't mind the old Universal monster films). As a result most horror movies that people saw growing up I didn't see until I was in my 20s, or it was the campy stuff on MST3K.>there are far more movies coming out these days overall
That, however, is a good point. Studios need more movies to fill up all those timeslots and screens in all the megaplex chains. God I fucking hate megaplex theaters, they're always overpriced and they lack the charm of an older theater. I'm glad there's still an older one in my town. One of these days I need to go to a drive-thru, but the nearest one is an hour away from me.