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Top Customer Reviews
When Jamie Lee returned to the franchise, I FINALLY thought "OK, now we're getting somewhere." The character of Laurie Strode's son was introduced and played with a great deal of poise by Josh Hartnett (in one of his earlier roles). Past problems aside, we FINALLY had some real substance to solidify the whole idea that Michael's motivation was to destroy his bloodline.
So what happens in the start of Resurrection? Jamie Lee gets killed off and her son's character isn't reintroduced. Right out the window, in the first fifteen minutes, was everything that H2O managed to accomplish. So what were we left with? I dunno, you tell me. At this stage, Halloween has turned, pretty much, into the same movie as every other mid-to-late-eighties slasher. After Resurrection, I'm absolutely convinced that this whole franchise, officially, has no creativity left and absolutely nothing new or interesting to offer.
What is going on with some of these horror series, why are they getting so horribly butchered, it is a direct slap in the face to actual fans of the series. Kind of like the latest Child's Play, what a joke!
I decided to sit and watch the entire DVD, and it did not get any better, as I watched this, this... well what should I call it, this embarrasment addition to the series I ended up feeling steady incrimates of sheer boredom.
This one is just a money grab, and they are bound to attract more people to watch it that would not otherwise due to the rapper in this film. I think it was Rhymes or something like that but I don't care to check because it is not worth it and I don't care.
I refuse to truly associate this with the rest of the Halloween series, avoid this if you have not seen it, it is not worth your time, and you may just get offended by how terrible it is and at the same time harbors the Halloween name. I am lucky I rented it because if I bought it I would have just burned it, like the producers must have been thinking when they made this, "Hey, lets burn the series, why not? We will get new fans anyway because of the new 'actors'.." *Actors? more like hacks..*
Once we finally get to the live Internet broadcast of the six young people inside Michael Myers' old house, the movie succeeds fairly well. The webcam aspect of the cinematography gives this film a special look and feel, and the sudden appearances of Michael take on added effectiveness. There is one particularly good moment wherein the sudden appearance of the white mask from out of the shadows has a vintage Frankenstein feel to it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not your typical Halloween. But granted, not as bad as Halloween 3. The best thing to do is pay close attention, there are a lot of mini subplots or nuances that you might miss.Published 3 days ago by Den DeMarinis, Jr.
This is a movie that couldn't, and probably shouldn't have been made. Jamie Lee Curtis is barely in it, and it clings to the Halloween canon in the most tenuous of ways... Read morePublished 25 days ago by matt hangas
Loved this movie I enjoyed it very much busta rhymes was amazing in this movie great from start to finish especially the endingPublished 1 month ago by Michael K.
I liked it. I see not a lot of people seem to favor this movie but I was actually able to digest this better than Jaws 3 or Jason Goes to Hell in terms of horror movie sequels. Read morePublished 5 months ago by jj evans
One of my favorites in the Halloween series. A must watch and have in any horror fans collection.Published 6 months ago by Ubaldo Orosco
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