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You know it’s a good family film when it ends in a food fight.
I watched this constantly as a kid, and I’m really happy it holds up so well. Great random Disney+ click payoff.
It’s a great Thanksgiving-to-Christmas NYC-set movie if you need to plump up your holiday viewing list, too.
The kid from GUMMO razzle dazzles here for the record.
Were these different times, HALLOWEEN KILLS would be a great canon-esque 90s’ interactive video game (ala Night Trap) sequel to 2018’s HALLOWEEN.
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As a film, however, it’s not remotely scary, but it offers such a parade of distinctly styled (albeit random and rudderless) set pieces that it’s still somewhat entertaining. Beware of diminishing returns as the runtime chugs along, though.