Lately whenever they remake classics from the 1950s and 1960s I sorta hold my breath as it is risky business to redo what people hold so dear to their hearts. You are up against it from the beginning and it is almost impossible to make it as good as people remember it to be. Even though director Ian Emes has succeeded in making The Munsters an entertaining creepy family it still ends up being pretty lame.
The Musters have moved from Transylvania to California, which should not be too much of a culture shock, but it is. Eddie (Bug Hall