Look at all the stills posted from the original movies. They are dynamic and dramatic! Because they are all shot, as the movies were, in glorious Black & White. This is back when B&W cinematography was an art form. What if these movies were made with everything the same, except with our modern color camera's, green screens and CGI effects... Doesn't work for me either... I know that's not the only way, but my favorite way to make a horror film is in B&W. Black and white is an art form in itself. With B&W, you are dealing with large contrast ratio's, both on the screen and on photographic paper. I've done some photography back in my youth, and I simply have a preference for B&W, although, I don't find any objection to color, I enjoy color too. But, the best, most dark and scary monster movies are made in B&W, and if we want to recreate these films, and I think that we should. Wouldn't it be a hoot? It could be shot on a relatively low budget, all that's needed would be a good screenplay.