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Halloween II (DVD, 2010)
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- deadworldzombieSep 6, 2010by
GREAT MOVIE ...GREAT SELLER
GREAT MOVIE AND SELLER THE MOVIE WAS AWESOME I LOVE ROB ZOMBIE FILMS , HES A GREAT DIRCTOR AND MUSICIAN ..
- damienfilthbart...Mar 29, 2010by
rob zombie did justic to this movie. great acting & directing. i love the gore & the slayings. as great as its predicessor.
- daly814Feb 26, 2010by
i love watching scary movies there the best i all so love all of the halloweens movies best movies ever made i love em there the best i can watch em over and over i never get tired of them thats how much i like them i love horrer movies there the best of all
- 1018265444@dele...Nov 24, 2010by
The Halloween II remake was just what I expected it to be, thrill and gore.
The storyline is very different from the original Halloween movies.
For instance, you see various flashbacks to Michael's childhood, and Annie, Laurie's friend that she lived with, is still alive after Michael's attack last year.
Tiny plot twists like this, create an entirely different scene, a different story almost.
I highly recommended you see it, just to see it. It'll put a real scare into you.
I do not, however, believe it was worth buying.
After you've seen it once, it's enough for a year or two.
- ohhowiluvagoodd...Feb 14, 2010by
Another Remake- Yippee
To really appreciate the two recent Halloween 'remakes,' you've almost had to have not have seen the originals. Halloween II is actually a good movie with lots of gore and surprises. Having been a Halloween fan for pretty much my whole life, though, the "remade" Michael Meyers, especially with the "new" mask that doesn't hide his entire face, just doesn't seem right. (And then seeing him with the mask off is really not right!) And Dr. Loomis in this one is portrayed as a real jackass, not in the same sense as the original, though, but much worse. I sort of wish if they wanted to do more Halloween movies, that they'd just make more sequels and leave the original alone. Remaking the originals is like messing with perfection.