This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
It's fine. It lacks the magic of the first, but that's to be expected. I still liked it.
1) I think starting this film immediately where Halloween finishes does it a disservice. It means that Laurie has to begin and end her journey on different hospital stretchers. She's immobile and out of the action for so much of the movie. I wish it could have been set later, maybe on October 31st of the following year, so that she…