Halloween (2018)

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Halloween (2018)

Thriller | Horror
6.4 / 10
Release Date
18 October 2018
1 : 46 minutes
Spoken Language
Laurie Strode comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago.

Cast Overview :

Laurie Strode
by: Jamie Lee Curtis
Karen Nelson
by: Judy Greer
Allyson Nelson
by: Andi Matichak
Frank Hawkins
by: Will Patton
by: Virginia Gardner
Young Karen
by: Sophia Miller
The Shape
by: James Jude Courtney
The Shape
by: Nick Castle
Dr. Ranbir Sartain
by: Haluk Bilginer
Dana Haines
by: Rhian Rees
Aaron Korey
by: Jefferson Hall
Ray Nelson
by: Toby Huss
Cameron Elam
by: Dylan Arnold
by: Miles Robbins
Julian Morrisey
by: Jibrail Nantambu
by: Brien Gregorie
by: Vince Mattis
Sheriff Barker
by: Omar J. Dorsey
Officer Francis
by: Christopher Allen Nelson
Officer Richards
by: Charlie Benton
by: Pedro López
by: Drew Scheid
by: Charlie Donadio
Sexy Nurse
by: Carmela McNeal
by: Diva Tyler
by: Kurt Deimer
Officer #1
by: Christopher Holloway
Officer #2
by: Roger Antonio
by: Teresa Ann Johnson
News Reporter
by: Jonathan Bruce
Warden Kuneman
by: Michael Harrity
Hunky Doctor
by: Michael Smallwood
Guard Haskell
by: Matthew Anderson
by: P.J. Soles
by: Colin Mahan
Nurse (uncredited)
by: Angela Anderson
Gina Panchella / Sandwich Woman (uncredited)
by: Marian Green
Community Center Member (uncredited)
by: W.F. Bell
Chess Player (uncredited)
by: David Lowe
Police Officer/CSI (uncredited)
by: Willie Tyrone Ferguson
Criminally Insane Patient (uncredited)
by: Johnny Price
Mechanic (uncredited)
by: Aaron Christian Paderewski
Mental Patient (uncredited)
by: Omar Azimi
Deputy Sheriff Walker (uncredited)
by: Rob Niter
Onlooker (uncredited)
by: Anthony Woodle

Member Reviews :

A semi-welcome return. Not the greatest horror film to hit theater screens this year but certainly not the worst. It unfortunately lacks the finality that the original had but still proves to be an effective entry in a franchise known for its inconsistency in quality. I can’t call myself a fan of the franchise but I am a fan of the original film and this sequel transfers the formula made famous by said film pretty well to a Generation Z audience. There are plenty of callbacks to the first entry (one of the victims even being a babysitter) and they all work incredibly well. There unfortunately isn’t that much tension. Most, if not all of the scares are executed brilliantly but the fights between Michael Myers and his victims are pretty disappointing. The gore is awesome; can’t really complain much about that. Subplots are handled poorly; despite already being in motion, they end pretty quickly which is a letdown. Writing is fine..good, not great. Humor is handled well though. Serviceable to fans new and old. It’s evident that Blumhouse knows how to make horror movies and that’s the big takeaway here. The new score is brilliant. One of the best I’ve heard all year, in fact. Enjoyable. Would recommend overall.
The unfortunately named _Halloween_ has been released, and in doing so has created an entirely new **fifth** timeline in the _Halloween_ franchise. It's a decent timeline this one, makes a lot of sense. Not perfect, pretty expected run of events, but yeah, good. Gonna throw myself under the bus once more by yet again mentioning my love for the Rob Zombie _Halloween_ films, but here goes anyway: Seems interesting that a decent chunk of the same people who hate those Rob Zombie movies (99% of all horror fans), love this movie, despite some scenes in the 2018 _Halloween_ seemingly being ripped straight from Mr. Zombie himself. _Final rating:★★★ - I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._
So we're all totally just going to ignore Laurie had a teenage son twenty years ago?
"A worthy successor" 40 years after the events in ‘Halloween’ (1978) Laurie Strode faces off once again with Michael Myers. Strode has been preparing for 4 decades for an eventual showdown with Myers. Of course Michael escapes and it’s only a matter of time before the 2 meet. Strode’s doomsday prepper storyline is a bit far-fetched but that doesn’t make it less entertaining. Jamie Lee Curtis makes a triumphant return as Laurie Strode. It also marks the return of Nick Castle as Michael Myers. And Myers lives up to his reputation. His killings are more brutal than ever. Director David Gordon Green executes it almost perfectly. A lot of killings happen offscreen but you get to see the horror afterwards. And there’s of course the delicious tracking shot where Myers returns to Haddonfield. The camera follows him through a suburban home where he slaughters someone. The camera follows him back onto the street and into the next house to kill again. Michael’s introduction in the psych ward is also pretty memorable when all the psychos start to go… psycho. After that sequence we get the opening credits with the iconic theme. Brilliant. Credit has to go to writer Danny McBride. He respects the original, as is obvious in the countless references (Laurie standing in front of the window, Michael missing an eye) but isn’t afraid to give it a spin. Who’s hunting who? There’s also the humor he brings to the story. And it works (the babysitting scene). Of course it’s not all great. At times ‘Halloween’ falls victim to several genre tropes (girl falling when chased, questionable decisions). And although Strode’s been preparing for 40 years she doesn’t do a top notch job. The biggest letdown was the character of Dr. Sartain (Haluk Bilginer). He’s a poor man’s Dr. Loomis whose role is too expanded. All in all David Gordon Green and Danny McBride finally make up for 40 years of mediocrity and less (Halloween: Resurrection says boo). Although the 2018 version will not achieve the same cult status as the original it’s a solid entry in a disappointing franchise.