It’s been 40 years since Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) survived a vicious attack from crazed killer Michael Myers on Halloween night. Myers is now locked up in an institution but manages to escape when his bus transfer goes horribly wrong.
Laurie, her family, and their friends now face a terrifying showdown when the masked madman returns to Haddonfield, Illinois, but this time she’s ready for him.
How long is this damn movie? Is all I kept asking myself, as I was hyped for the 20-year reunion, but let down that nothing changed except for the fact that Michael Myers got to kill aging actors that he missed killing with his knife in the past slasher flicks.
Actress Andi Matichak portrays Allyson in the 2018 version of Halloween and ends the film with an eerie synopsis that she may be returning as a victim of her circumstances.
Laugh out loud moments came from audience members who already knew what to except as the best parts of the film were played during commercial advertisements and actor Jibrail Nantambu (Julian in the film).
Lastly, don’t waste your money on seeing this production. This should have been a straight to video production or at least had Rob Zombie write and direct it.
Other downside to the movie is they never showed Myers face without the mask. It wasn’t even scary just gory. No shock value at all because you already knew what was coming. Smh!
Whenever in doubt and you want something to do on Halloween, get drunk or buzz and see this movie, it’s always fun to talk shit to a movie screen with a bunch of friends who understand the stupidity of people in horror films.
Either way, you can witness horror in the making because this film is so bad it made me want to cover my eyes from the awful acting and plotline.
Everywhere October 19, 2018, Halloween is a cult classic that needs to die, just like this film will at the box office.
Never thought that I’d be writing a bad review about this film, after hyping it up on my social media accounts.