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Halloween 2007 R CC


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From acclaimed musician and filmmaker Rob Zombie (The Devil's Rejects, House of 1000 Corpses) comes an entirely new take on the highly successful and terrifying Halloween legacy that began in 1978.

Malcolm McDowell, Brad Dourif
2 hours, 1 minute

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Genres Horror
Director Rob Zombie
Starring Malcolm McDowell, Brad Dourif
Supporting actors Tyler Mane, Daeg Faerch, Sheri Moon Zombie, William Forsythe, Richard Lynch, Udo Kier, Clint Howard, Danny Trejo, Lew Temple, Tom Towles, Bill Moseley, Leslie Easterbrook, Steve Boyles, Scout Taylor-Compton, Danielle Harris, Skyler Gisondo, Jenny Gregg Stewart, Hanna Hall
Studio The Weinstein Company
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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145 of 177 people found the following review helpful By Alexander Stephen Brown on December 11, 2007
Format: DVD
The original Halloween is a classic and will in my book always receive a five star rating. Recently there has been a great deal of remakes that were flops and catered to the teeny bopper crowd such as, The Fog, The Omen, Dark Water, etc. However there has been only two remakes that I thought were diserving of our attenion, one being the remake of The Hills Have Eyes, and Halloween.

What I liked about the remake was it gave us something fresh to work with. In the original Halloween we never really knew why Michael was bad, in this remake, the first thirty minutes or so expore the childhood of Michael Myers. People say that the dialog concerning Michael's family was wrong. Trust me, I have seen broken homes and Mr. Zombie gives us exactly what you would expect from a trashy family.

Besides satisfying my curiosity of Michael's childhood, I found this to be similar in many cases to the original, but at the same time the material was quite fresh with new chills and scares. Zombie took a masterpiece and reminded us why it is called a masterpiece. He accomplished a great job capturing a 70's look and theme, and did a great musical score as well. This is possibly the best horror remake that I've ever seen.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Chris Youngblood on September 20, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Wow, there is alot of slander about this film flying all over the internet. This film was cursed from the start. A remake of a classic horror movie like Halloween is a daring and risky move! The man in the drivers seat...Rob Zombie. An interesting choice for a director but none the less the film was doomed right from the start. "Die hard fans" of the original (like myself) were astonished that Malek Akkad would dare and copy the original classic! But wait a second...the sequels have gotten very stale. Is this the appropriate direction? All in all Rob Zombie's version of Halloween is an entirely different film from the original. I think it was pretty smart to change the direction of the film some so one does make the same mistake that Gus Van Sant did with "Psycho". Now the question: Was the remake better than the original? The answer is - No way, not even close! However, this film compliments the original very well. I was surprised with the quality of the film as Rob Zombie is a fairly good director. The film was filled with foul language, nudity and alot of gore! As any good horror movie should be! The casting was well done. Apparently Rob Zombie used the entire cast from his previous movie in Halloween, but I have not seen either of his other two movies, so I don't care in the least. The girl playing Laurie was well cast. Finally Laurie was attractive! Malcolm McDowell as Loomis was brilliant and I loved him in the role. Still nowhere near as good as Donald Pleasence but again, who expected him to be? The back story written into the movie was well done. The little boy who played young Michael Myers managed to creep me out, so that says alot. Michael who is like 10 feet tall in this version is scary again. The ending can go either way for the fans.Read more ›
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Declan Gallagher on August 31, 2007
Format: DVD
First off, I'm not sure this movie was worth four stars. It's more like 3.5, but considering that isn't an option, I'd rather give it half more than half less. Rob Zombie has made three movies in his career as a writer/director. The first was the cartoonishly over-the-top, "sadistic" (it wasn't) 'House of 1,000 Corpses', the highlight of which was Rainn Wilson as "Fish Boy". His second was 'The Devil's Rejects', an indirect sequel (meaning all it had in common was the same characters and actors) to 'House of 1,000 Corpses'. While 'Corpses' was more focused on being weird (the Dr. Satan underground climax; the apparently supernatural monsters), 'The Devil's Rejects' was focused on being an actual movie. The cartoonishness was gone, replaced by actually sadistic violence, likeable villains, and one of the most vile rape scenes but to film. Among all of that, it was a throwback to movies of the same genre from the 1970's. Zombie also directed one of the fake previews in the movie 'Grindhouse', though his, 'Werewold Women of the SS', was the second worst of the lot.

I am in no way a horror fan. Usually all the movies are the same, and there hasn't been an actual good horror movie for several decades. But Zombie's movies are different than the normal "gross before scary" horror being released in droves every weekend. That's why it was such a dissapointment, to me at least, that, among other admirable qualities, his 'Halloween' remake has very few chills. It's almost a normal slice-'n-dice horror movie, complete with naked women running around getting fileted for most of the third act.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By David VanBenschoten on March 27, 2014
Format: Amazon Instant Video
Disgrace of a reimagining. Rob Zombie loves the over the top white trash characters. While that is not my style, it clearly is his style, and that's fine. The problem is that it is not effective in the story that is being told. Michael Myers in the original series was scary because there was no understanding of why he was so "evil". Zombie's masked killer is a product of an epically dysfunctional family/upbringing. In the classic debate of nature vs nurture he is a classic case of nurture. Thus students in an intro to psychology class could explain his maniacal behavior. Michael Myers is not supposed to be a grown up, damaged psychopath. Michael Myers is the very personification of evil. There is no obvious cause, he is simply evil. Zombie's Michael Myers is not so much evil as he is in need of psychological therapy and some powerful medication.
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