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Josh Browning’s review published on Letterboxd:
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The best film for Halloween night. In all it's glory, on Blu Ray, in my home theater, on my new HD projector. Best way to end my horror watchlist. This film is flawless, even though tonight I noticed 2 flaws. First, when Michael is on top of the government car and breaks the door glass, I saw a wrench taped to his hand. I don't know if anyone else has ever noticed this but it was the first time I have. Second, at the end when Michael disappears and the camera is going room to room, the butcher knife is on the floor of the living room, but Laurie stabs him with it in the closet upstairs. None of this brings the movie down for me, I just though I would share my discoveries. Best Slasher Film EVER!