In this episode of The Remake Mistake, Mike and Eric wax poetic about 1953’s House of Wax and its 2005 remake. They discuss real dangers for actors, the purpose of Paris Hilton, necessity of character backstory, and Vincent Price’s questionable intentions with wax figures. Eric struggles with a House of Wax made of wax, while Mike’s heart is tied in knots by Vincent Price’s special skill. All this and more while answering the question “was this remake a mistake?”
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