List of the best horror remakes from the 2000s. These spine-tingling tales, ranging from zombie apocalypses to psychological horrors.

A ghostly journey through family struggles and supernatural terror, often overlooked in the wave of American adaptations of J-horror. 

1. Dark Water(2005)

Zack Snyder's spectacular debut injects new life into the zombie genre, making the undead faster and deadlier, setting the standard for the 2000s remake craze. 

2. Dawn of the Dead (2004)

Wes Craven's classic gets a fresh and superior retelling, steering away from the era's "torture porn" trend with a stellar cast and a gripping revenge narrative. 

3. The Last House on the Left (2009)

Gore Verbinski's Americanized version of Hideo Nakata's Ringu offers a slick and terrifying take on a cursed VHS tape, setting new standards in horror storytelling. 

4. The Ring (2002)

Nispel's reimagining of Tobe Hooper's classic introduces modern audiences to inbred horrors, showcasing impressive makeup effects and cinematography. 

5. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)

Glen Morgan's intriguing take  on the 1971 film follows the  socially awkward Willard Stiles, who forges an unusual bond with rats, resulting in a bizarre and effective horror narrative. 

6. Willard (2003)

Alexandre Aja's intense reimagining of Wes Craven's 1977 film follows a family stranded in the desert, facing mutated inhabitants in a battle for survival. 

7. The Hills Have Eyes (2006)