4K UHD Review - Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers
4K UHD Review - Halloween: Resurrection

4K UHD Review - Halloween H20


1995's "Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers" didn't do what it was supposed to do. The idea was to continue what was teased in "Halloween: The Revenge of Michael Myers," picking up years later to examine the evil that powers the masked brutalizer, going deeper into cult origins or weird science, depending on which version of the movie was viewed. The sixth installment of the "Halloween" franchise was largely denied by the public, who moved on to other genre offerings that year, necessitating a grand rethinking of creative direction for the brand name. Instead of going forward, the producers elected to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the original "Halloween" by going backwards, talking actress Jamie Lee Curtis into returning to the saga as Laurie Strode, preparing a proper reunion between brother and sister. 1998's "Halloween H20" is meant to be a return to basics, focused on putting Laurie back into the line of fire, once again pursued by Michael Myers and his tireless quest to obliterate his sibling. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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