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H2: Halloween 2
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Directed By
Rob Zombie

Written By:
John Carpenter, Debra Hill, Rob Zombie

Malcolm McDowell, Tyler Mane, Brad Dourif, Angela Trimbur, Caroline Williams, Danielle Harris, Matt Bush, Scout Taylor-Compton, Margot Kidder, Howard Hesseman, Bill Fagerbakke, Mark Christopher Lawrence, Chris Hardwick, Daniel Roebuck, Richard Brake, Brandi Coleman, Ezra Buzzington, Dayton Callie, Eileen Dietz, Greg Travis, Jeffrey Daniel Phillips, Patterson Lundquist, Nicole Randall, Sheri Moon Zombie, Weird Al Yankovic, Katie Eischen, Travis Grant, Brea Grant, Micheal Leath, Catherine Dyer, Chase Wright Vanek, Chase Wright Vanek, Sylvia Jefferies, Michael Scialabba, Eric Goins, Lane Hughes, Susan Murphy Kiskis, Bailey Knowles

H2: Halloween 2 (2009)
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Movie Review by Zara
February 1st, 2010

This is the reason why I never understood the multiple sequels. At least, as far as the people who were human, like Michael Myers and Jason were concerned. These were not superhumans in any regard. Even with the reboot of the original (which I actually liked of Zombie's version), as big as they made the new Michael, he should have died from bullet woulds. Having Freddy Krueger come back over and over again was cool with me because he was a ghost spirit or a demon of nightmares, whatever you want to call it. It made sense that he wasn't going be easily killed as long as kids still believed in the boogeyman.

So yeah, I liked the reboot of the first HALLOWEEN that Zombie did. I felt that it was like watching a horror fan remake a movie with all of the knowledge that a horror fan would have, and then include some stuff that they might have always wondered about or wanted further explanation on and adding it while making the movie. I liked the back story on that.

Since there's no need for that here in this sequel, the movie is mainly about killing and weaving in the memory of Michael and Laurie's mother, with some strange attachment to white horses. I don't care if they tried to give it an explanation, it was weak at best and pretty lame overall.

The movie was pointless in making, as all the other sequels for the original series were as well. This is definitely an entirely disposable film. Rather worthless as a whole.

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