Alright. This question I have is kind of awkward in a lot of ways but I'm hoping I'm not the only one. Does anyone else feel a great sense of relief when Carrie kills Chris Hargensen and her mother Margaret White? The whole movie is basically watching a bunch of highschool girls acting extremely cruel toward one individual and her mother is NO HELP. In fact, I feel her mother may be even worse! The original shows Chris Hargensen get killed with her boyfriend while trying to run over Carrie with his car. The car flips over and explodes due to telekinesis powers from Carrie after they had poured pigs blood on her and her date at the prom. I found the 2013 remake death to be much more satisfying. Instead of an instant car explosion, Carrie stops the car with a telekinesis wall which results in Chris's boyfriend to smash his head and die. Chris then proceeds to try and run Carrie over again but can't because her car is now in mid air. Carrie then sends her car at full speed into a gas tank and a slow motion animation of Chris's head going through the windshield takes place. You then see her choking in her own blood or because the glass had stabbed through her throat and she dies, THEN Carrie crashes a street pole right on top making the gas station explode.
Her mom dies the same way as she did in the original in the new movie. She gets crucified with knives and stabbed in the chest by a dozen more knives. GOOD STUFF! Lol!
So again I ask the fans. Does anyone else find these movie deaths extremely satisfying in comparison to other films? And should I fear for loving these scenes too much?