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Like this more in theory than in practice. Releasing a Halloween movie in a post Scream world sounds tantalizing but the Kevin Williamson flavor overpowers the Halloween atmosphere that you come to these movies for (the private school setting just feels wrong for Michael). Best part of this is the way Jamie Lee Curtis is brought back into the series using the trauma angle that the sequel films toyed with but applying to the one person who survived. Starting to realize that this entire series might actually be about generational trauma (but like actually taking that trauma seriously instead of as an affect).
I never realized my own silence until I watched this film. While a lot of the issues addressed here is common knowledge to me, it's Marlon Riggs voice and perspective that makes it profound.
I too was overcomed with joy discovering A Portrait of Jason as I hung on to every word uttered by this unabashedly queer black femme as he acted as my only window to the past (there are times when I feel cheated because no one ever…