One thing I'd like to see done is an episode of Quiet, Please - "The Thing on the Fourble Board".
With today's special effects it could be done well, but there wouldn't be much needed for the story because for most of the story the creature is invisible.
However, the interpretation of the creature done to screen must be done properly and briefly (so we don't see too much), otherwise the whole story would be ruined. Many movies and shows done today can be ruined by the camera being on the "monster" for too long and the more we see it, the harder it is for our imagination to interpret what is on the screen. This is a case of "less is more" - the less we see of it, the more our imagination fills in the image,