Six years ago, Michael Myers terrorized the town of Haddonfield, Illinois. He and his niece, Jamie Lloyd, have disappeared. Jamie was kidnapped by a bunch of evil druids who protect Michael Myers.
At all. All to say, I finally got back to continuing my revisit of the franchise including my intention of even catching the Rob Zombie red-neck two-film reboot of the franchise eventuallywith my daughter in tow, and, after reviewing the brilliantly composed original and its even more-pumped up and exciting sequel, it was time to get around to saying hello again to this strange, yet satisfying diversion off-road from the exploits of young Michael, the maniac who defined a genre. This was the one where original Halloween director John Carpenter, along with his comrade-in-arms, the late great Debra Hill, somehow astoundingly managed to convince the studio and the financiers to continue the franchise that part was easy, of course, after the massive success of the first two … though this time with nary a narrative sign of the knife-wielding Myers creation that Carpenter had grown bored with a bit of a tougher proposition.
While John Carpenter's Halloween didn't invent the slasher genre 's Bay of Blood and 's Black Christmas came before itit help make it a commercial force. Along with Friday the 13thCarpenter's movie set the rules and conventions for what would soon become briefly-lived but extremely profitable sub-genre in the s, with dozens of cheaply made imitations appearing almost weekly. And while Carpenter had very little further involvement in the series, the movie's producers knew that in Michael Myers--aka the Shapethey had a classic horror villain, so the sequels, reboots, and remakes have kept on coming.
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Halloween is a American slasher film written, directed, and produced by Rob Zombie. Rob Zombie's "reimagining" follows the premise of John Carpenter 's original, with Michael Myers stalking Laurie Strode and her friends on Halloween night. Zombie's film goes deeper into the character's psyche, trying to answer the question of what drove him to kill people, whereas in Carpenter's original film Michael did not have an explicit reason for killing.
It rescinds the events of literally every sequel, reboot, and reboot-sequel that followed the original trendsetterpresuming that the story of slasher Michael Myers — who murdered his older sister at age six, spent fifteen years in a mental institution, and then escaped just in time for a Halloween-night killing spree — ended with his apprehension and re-incarceration that very night. But is every movie bearing the Halloween name worth dismissing? Only a bottom-to-top ranking of the entire franchise can say.
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This article is about the Producer's Cut of the first sequel. For other meanings, see Halloween II disambiguation. It contains several added scenes, an alternate ending, and less gore and nudity.
Michael Myers returns to kill and rampage while trying to kidnap the son of his niece. A woman is impaled through the head and her body twitches and drips blood; another is impaled through the abdomen. Medical personnel is slaughtered and we see lots of blood and hear screaming -- there are a lot of squishy noises. A man's neck is snapped and then twisted off.