Unrated Director's Cut
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Rob Zombie's H2 (HALLOWEEN) picks up at the exact moment that 2007's box-office smash, HALLOWEEN stopped and follows the aftermath of Michael Myers's (Tyler Mane) murderous rampage through the eyes of heroine Laurie Strode (Scout Taylor Compton).
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Deleted and Alternate Scenes
Make-Up Test Footage
Uncle Seymour Coffins' Stand-Up Routines
Captain Clegg and the Night Creatures Music Videos
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He makes you hate ALL of your favorite characters from the series. There are still a few likeable characters, namely the Bracketts, but they aren't the main focus of the story. That's a big deal for me.
As far as gore and horror, that is where this movie succeeds. The opening is amazing. It shifts in greatness after the opening (you'll see). Regardless, the movie carries it's gore through the end. This is undoubtedly the most violent Halloween movie yet. Usually those are the only things one needs in a horror movie, so at least it accomplishes that.
You may love or hate this movie. That depends on what you're looking for. For me personally, it is both.
What I was looking for was some kind of an explanation for WHY Micheal Myers is the way he is. I don't mean the insanity part.. that's easy. That has been done over and over again in hundreds of movies. I mean the thing that makes Myers different from just a regular murdering psycho: his "powers". How did he get so big and strong if he spent his entire youth sitting in a room making masks? How did he learn to fight, hide, stalk, and operate machines? Instinct? pffft.. Why is he so indestructible? How can he survive being burned alive, shot over and over, stabbed innumerable times, taking horrendous falls, and getting run over by cars? Why does he have superhuman strength?
Both the Carpenter and Zombie versions depicted him as being this way, but only the Carpenter version eventually seemed to sort of sneak up on the possibility of a reason with the "Thorne" deal. But then that wall was thoroughly dropped, and hasn't been picked up again since.
Evidently Rob Zombie believes that just being psycho somehow grants one superhuman powers, but it doesn't.
So to break it all down: Pinhead and Freddie are demons. Norman Bates, Leatherface, and Hannibal Lechter are crazies, Jason and The Crow are undead super-zombies and Micheal Myers is..... what?
Rob Zombie had the chance to go there, and I think he should have taken it. It was unexplored territory, plain as day. But instead he squandered it all on making the franchise "his".
So anyway if you saw the first one and actually liked it, then you might get something out of this one. I didn't like either one and I look at it as an opportunity missed.