You better not mean The Shining either.
Hell, I do believe you're not even allowed to like Lords Of Boredom but then turn around and call The Shining boring. In my humble estimation Lords Of Boredom is basically Rob Zombie failing at making his own personal Shining.
I should also point out that since the Scream franchise was brought up as well as its endless parade of imitators, that kind of illustrates my point. That the TCM remake made about the same money as Saw that same year in '03, and on a not much bigger budget. We've since gotten six more remakes or sequels to remakes in the following decade. Counting just the big dog franchises.
So no sooner than Saw broke remakes of the cornerstone franchises were already getting churned out; only seven years after the original Scream movie. I may have misconstrued Sins' point but my main point is the eighties big dogs aren't going anywhere as far as horror fans' collective consciousness goes. Scream and its ilk didn't knock them down a peg even with the deconstructionist tone and neither will the newest fads. They'll keep place in history.....which is admittedly more regurgitated shit than classics.
But at least it's not a puppet on a tricycle mascotting for some super genius with a God complex.