a list that is trying to contain every horror film made that is not lost and is found on the…
Blood is thicker than Water.
Two decades after surviving a massacre on October 31, 1978, former baby sitter Laurie Strode finds herself hunted by persistent knife-wielder Michael Myers. Laurie now lives in Northern California under an assumed name, where she works as the headmistress of a private school. But it's not far enough to escape Myers, who soon discovers her whereabouts. As Halloween descends upon Laurie's peaceful community, a feeling of dread weighs upon her -- with good reason.
This film was quite poor. Not even the Creed song at the end could redeem it. Would love a spin-off about L.L Cool J's romance novel career, however.
I haven't seen Resurrection yet but this is easily my least favorite of the series so far. The butt rock playing over the end credits even made this worse. I didn't think that was possible.
I can't believe we're doing this.
Halloween for the Scream generation. Seeing the ORIGINAL masked slasher be reduced to an imitation of what's "IN" at the time is painful for many reasons, not the least of which the fact that the Scream films are an homage to the original Halloween!
The story structure seems familiar to the Scream films because of uncredited script rewrites by none other then Kevin Williamson. So in other words the film is meta... so fucking meta.
Not only does it…
Rewatching HALLOWEEN H20 for the first time in years was a somewhat frustrating experience. It feels very much like a film of two halves: half Halloween reunion, bringing the Laurie Strode story to a surprisingly satisfying conclusion; half third-rate post-SCREAM teen horror jaunt. I'll leave you to guess which half worked for me and which didn't.
I must admit to being genuinely surprised when I realised that only three years passed between HALLOWEEN 6 and this. I'd always assumed there was a much bigger gap between them, and watching one after the other, you can definitely sense the impact SCREAM had on the slasher movie landscape in the years in between. Some of that is a blessing, particularly the fact…
My star rating is based on how they ignored pretty much most of the movies in the franchise, the runtime, and the higher production value. I think my opinion is elevated right now because I just watched 4-6 and I predict my star rating would probably drop on a rewatch (if I ever decide to watch this again). Seriously though, it's tough watching these movies so close together. Sometimes I question why I do it, but then I hear this song and somehow it puts my life back into perspective.
And a side note, I can really relate to Sarah.
I've always had a soft spot for this one as it was the first Halloween film I saw in the cinema and it still hold up for me.
Another horror movie that bred stars as Joseph Gordon Levitt, Josh Harnett and Michelle Williams show up here in early roles.
Doesn't take the normal slasher route of having Michael carve up 28 randomers and goes down the original Halloween route of a small body count.
this is so cheesy but i love this film so much i think it's my favourite in the halloween series,
I prefer this to Scream, probably because it isn't as smug and has very little fat on it, although it still bugs me that people call it H 2 Oh and not H 2 Zero or H Twenty - O is a letter and the title is quite clearly a number. Grammar lesson over - carry on...
Fun but rubbish film! Enjoyable for a Friday night though.
Back to basics. This is the epitome of late 90s horror films... OK, Scream was, but this was right there shoulder to shoulder with it.
Pretty decent slasher, but not as good as the original.
Steve Miner does not possess the same skills as a filmmaker as John Carpenter does, but he still manages to make the best entry in the holiday franchise that the master started twenty years ago. "Halloween H20" is a clever throwback to the film that started it all, and it wisely chooses to ignore the last few disappointing sequels.
The story is nothing new and clearly has little reason to exist other than to maximize box office returns, but it has a healthy respect for the past and it puts the series to bed quite effectively. Jamie Lee Curtis was instrumental in getting the film made, wanting to do justice to the movie that made her a star, and the…
In my personal opinion this is the best in the trilogy (the trilogy being 1,2 and H20) it takes you back to the roots of the horror genre it skips the events of the awful 3,4,5 and 6 the story in this one is Laurie strode (Jaime lee Curtis) now has a son (josh Hartnett) and she faked her death and has been living in fear that Micheal Myers will return and finish what he started this is a excellent movie with a amazing conclusion which will leave you amazed to me this will always be the true ending to the Halloween series Halloween resurrection doesn't exist and neither do the awful remakes
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
After the extended clusterfuck that was “Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers,” it was clear that the franchise needed some fresh-blood if it expected to continue. A problem facing that sequel especially, and really all the sequels, is that Michael Myers is not a particularly captivating character. When faithful to the original, he’s not a character at all but rather the absence of character. It really isn’t much of a surprise that Dr. Loomis, Michael Myers’ arch-enemy, was the most interesting part about most of the sequels. “Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later” understands this. It attempts to return the series to its roots, revitalizes the limp franchise, while also providing Myers with a captivating opponent: His first, Laurie Strode, Jaime…
Toujours aussi bien foutu et captivant, malgré quelques détails un peu agaçants (changement de masques ici et là, musique hybride). Dommage que le suivant vienne gâcher cette réussite. Les volets 4, 5, 6 et 8 sont définivitement à oublier (même si le 4 n'est pas si mal).
Horror movies are by far my favorite, so I've decided to make a list with all of them I remember…
Movies about/starring women. I originally started this list just as a reference for myself, but hopefully others will find it…