Paul Constant has some words:

Martin Scorsese's only horror movie to date, the 1991 Cape Fear remake, was one of his least satisfying directorial outings. Although Robert De Niro brought a dark charm to the movie as Max Cady, Scorsese's work felt tenuous and unsure of the genre, and the whole film rolled off the rails and exploded into a shrill, overblown mess. With Shutter Island, Scorsese—with 20 amazing years of experience behind him—has crafted a much more assured and creepy horror movie.

Read the whole review—and comment on whether or not Paul Constant is just "jerking off with [his] keyboard"—HERE.