Now, please, don't judge this thread by the title.
First off, let me get this out of the way before I say anything else: I think PD has done a fantastic job with the remakes it's produced so far. The two "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" movies were great, "Amityville" was great; to me PD is the one group of people that actually care about the films they're remaking. One of the reasons I'm incredibly psyched about the new F13 is how close they've stuck to the first four films of the franchise (the best ones IMO).
Now, after F13, Dunes is going to Elm Street. I'm pretty curious about what will happen with that one, but I do hope that they at least bring Freddy back to his roots with the first two films, making him a very frightening, evil figure, and not Eddie Murphy with claws. Sure, he needs a sense of humor to be Freddy, but the audience shouldn't laugh along with him.
All that being said, I'm curious to see what they'll do next after ANOES. What horror films would you guys like to see them tackle? Myself, I think "The Burning" would be great, though it may be a little too close to F13 for some tastes. Phantasm is another one I'd like to see brought back from the dead, since Phantasm V is not looking very likely at this point. Although, personally, I'd really like to see what could be done with the classic classics. Dracula, Frankenstein, characters like them really need a modern upgrade, because so far, the only thing this decade has to offer toward such franchises are bad TV pilots, DTV garbage, and Dracula 2000, which can only be 'okay' at it's highest points. The gothic horror of the 30's and 40's could really bring a breath of fresh air. With a certain Wolf Man howling at the moon this November, now is a good time to consider that sort of thing.