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It's been 40 years since Laurie Strode survived a vicious attack from crazed killer Michael Myers on Halloween night. She now faces a terrifying showdown when Michael returns to Haddonfield, Ill. -- but this time, Laurie is ready for him. In Halloween (2018) Jamie Lee Curtis returns to her iconic role as Laurie Strode, who comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago. Master of horror John Carpenter executive produces and serves as creative consultant on this film, joining forces with cinema’s current leading producer of horror, Jason Blum (Get Out, Split, The Purge, Paranormal Activity). Inspired by Carpenter’s classic, filmmakers David Gordon Green and Danny McBride crafted a story that carves a new path from the events in the landmark 1978 film, and Green also directs.
Bonus Features Include:
- Deleted Scenes
- Back in Haddonfield: Making Halloween
- The Original Scream Queen
- The Sound of Fear
- Journey of the Mask
- The Legacy of Halloween
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Laurie Strode’s quiet life as a Haddonfield high-schooler took an unexpected turn into terror on the night Michael Myers came home. Still haunted by the ordeal forty years later, this resilient woman understands Michael will come home again. Laurie knows her family must prepare to take action … but nobody’s listening.
Laurie Strode’s estranged adult daughter, Karen, was raised in an environment of paranoia, weapons training and survivalist nightmares. Separated from Laurie by order of the state, Karen prizes her normal life and does her best to ignore her mother’s warnings.
Allyson is Laurie Strode’s granddaughter. Much like Laurie was at her age, Allyson is an average high school kid, concerned with grades, babysitting gigs, boyfriends, and the Halloween dance. She tries to mediate between her mother and grandmother to bring the family back together.
Michael Myers is an enigma. Described by his first psychologist, Dr. Loomis, as “pure evil,” he exhibits a complete lack of human response and kills without rhyme or reason.
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There's only one word which springs in to my head. Disappointed.
In Halloween H20, Laurie was a mature Head Teacher of a rather prestigious private school. She had a new identity and a new name, Kerry Tate. Plus she had a SON, called John.
All of a sudden all these years later and she has a daughter (no sign or mention of John?!). Quite a lot of references are made during the film about how Laurie had trained her daughter in all sorts of self defence etc., from a really young age. So how did she manage to do that whilst having a son and was head of posh boarding school??!!
Real let down. Felt as if it had been thrown together by some media college students. Shame.
I can honestly say that reading the articles about this film prior to its release, I was dubious and a little nervous. The idea that every film that occured after the original film had been retroactvily erased from existance as far as the this new film is concerned seemed so much of an abuse of power that I almost did the stupid thing of not bothering with this film. I should know by now that listening to “journalists/reviewers” is a bad thing as they usually have some alterior motive behind their review or article.
The concept that Blumhouse and Carpenter developed was a masterwork. I am amazed that it hadn’t been thought of before. The idea that Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis) Strode had spent the forty years after that Halloween night preparing herself and her family for what she saw as an inevitability - Micheal Myers back on the streets one day.
We aren’t hampered by scene after scene of flashbacks of what happened, the few flashbacks that did happen were crucial to the plot and would have made the film a lot worse had they not been there. The whole cast are very good and take us into modern day Haddonfield. I have to mention Jamie Lee Curtis once more, just because she is... well... Jamie Lee Curtis.
The things horror fans need to know about this film.
1. The kills are well filmed and are plentiful
2. The score to the film is classic Carpenter - nothing is overblown or out of place.
3. There are a couple of jump-scares that will get your heart racing and remember why the original Halloween became the classic of the genre it did.
I really want to give Halloween more that just the five stars, but Amazon tell me I can’t. So, I’ll just say it. This film deserves more thann 5 stars... once you have watched it, tell me you don’t agree.