Evil finds its way home
Serial Killer Michael Myers is not finished with Laurie Strode, and their rivalry finally comes to an end. But is this the last we see of Myers? Freddie Harris and Nora Winston are reality programmers at DangerTainment, and are planning to send a group of 6 thrill-seeking teenagers into the childhood home of Myers. Cameras are placed all over the house and no one can get out of the house... and then Michael arrives home!
Halloween H20 is one of those horror films that tends to divide opinion. Most people would agree that it isn’t a patch on the original film although there are some, me included, who think that it is a reasonable entry into the series and a film that, whilst probably unnecessary, does exactly what you want it to. Furthermore, I think there are few people who would dispute the fact that it works nicely as a way of bringing the story of Michael Myers to a close. The final face-off, between Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis) and Michael acts as a way of rectifying all of the mistakes of the previous films and puts the whole story to rest in a…
Busta Rhymes kung fu kicks Michael Meyers out of a window.
That is a thing that happens.
Fuck this movie.
You are, like, this close to getting voted off the island.
The last movie took it's inspirations from the Scream films while this one takes them from Reality TV. Is there a lower form of entertainment in the medium? I'm thinking the catalyst for this was probably the success of The Blair Witch Project that came out 2 years prior to this film going into production. So yet again you have the originator of horror icons trying to latch onto the latest popular trend in horror films.
Why does this film even deserve 1 star? Well first I liked Jamie Lee Curtis at the beginning of the film and found that whole sequence mildly…
Halloween H20 would of been a great end to the series and that's what it was intended to be but since it made so much money and there was still so much more money to be made it couldn't just be left at that.
The beginning of this movie craps all over the ending of the last movie and pretty well ruins Laurie Strode. Jamie Lee Curtis returns once more for this movie but only for the beginning before being dumped out of the series for good as nothing more then an afterthought.
The movie only gets worse from there. After making huge leaps of improvement after H20, Halloween Resurrection shoots the series back into the mediocrity it tried to…
A horror movie predicated on the idea that Busta Rhymes and Tara Banks can't pay attention to surveillance monitors.
I thought this was as low as the Halloween series could go...then I saw Rob Zombie's Halloween 2
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
"Trick or treat, motherfucker"
Stupid and pointless. Not even bad and tacky in a fun way, it's just bad and tacky.
La idea era buena: incorporar a uno de los asesinos en serie del cine más popular al mundo de la televisión actual a través de un reality sobre su antigua casa. La película entretiene, aunque las muertes no son todo lo cruel que podrían ser. El problema es que esta es la octava parte y ya sabemos que Myers no muere NUNCA. Tampoco ayuda que pierda ya el sentido de su vida, que se supone que era matar a la hermana que le quedaba con vida, no? Jamie Lee Curtis cumple bien con su cometido. Era la única solución posible si no estaba dispuesta a seguir con la saga, mejor dejarla con buen tono (aunque hubiera sido mejor como heroína).…
Don't know why it's taken me so long to see this, but finally did thinking "it can't be as bad as everyone said it was".
Pointless, senseless and witless.
Almost worth it for the sight (or sound) of Busta Rhymes dressed like Michael Myers and ranting "Got-damn it, what the hell does somebody gotta do to get a little decent help up in this muthafucka?" (His voice coming out of Michael's mask is so incongruous it's probably the funniest thing in any of the Halloween movies -- it looks like something off a gag reel.) Other than that, this is a fairly tired cyber-haunted-house affair in which a group of college kids with webcams strapped to their heads spend the night in the old Myers house for scholarship money. Michael shows up, does a lot of damage, takes even more damage. Does he die? Does Moustapha Akkad shit in…
"Though definitely not one of the best movies of the franchise, it's really not that bad. I've always found it to be a nice guilty pleasure. It's pretty fun."
This abomination of a movie is not only the worst Halloween movie, but also one of the worst movies I’ve ever seen and not in a good way. It’s so bad, it’s bad.
I realised why this is a horror movie as I saw Tyra Banks and Busta Rhymes in the same frame in a Halloween movie.
I thought „Oh god, what have I gotten myself into?” and the answer was the steaming pile of anal-raped whore shit that Resurrection is.
Sadly, soon you realise that Busta Rhymes is nowhere near the worst actor in this. That is until, of course, he runs into a burning room, spewing bad one-liners and throwing Wat Chun Lee inspired karate chops at Michael.…