Rob Zombie's Halloween II: RIP halloween franchise
Reviewed by jawbreaker for Halloween II at 2009-09-10 11:14:53
This movie is a complete waste of money, time and thought. I honestly think Rob Zombie cannot manage to make a movie without his beloved wife Sheri Moon. I kept getting this film confused with Friday the 13th. Micheal's mother was never the reason behind his killings so why would it start in the second movie?! The more answers you give on the motive of the killings, the less they are feared. Rob ~robbed~ the mystery behind the mask, and robbed the fear of the mask away. The story line is worthless. Micheal is walking thousands of miles to get back to Haddonfield, following Rob's wife in a white dress leading a white horse and the boy version of Micheal. Micheal is chasing his sister "laurie aka Angel" who seems to be more of an emotional brat than a heroine. What were you thinking ROB?! were you actually thinking during this movie? watching this movie is like driving nails through your eye lids forcing your brain to watch this pathetic excuse of a halloween sequel! the only save point was the hospital killing of the nurse. overall, no thumbs up, I cut them off and rammed them in my eyes to prevent further damage by this pitiful movie!
The 2007 version of the most sucessful horror franchise will blow you away from beginning to end. It is a prequel of the very first Halloween movie. The movie starts off with the myers in a disturbing way that young micheal myers used to live. (no wonder hes the way he is). It comes on just like the oringinal one did. He escapes and looks for his baby sister Laurie Stroude. He soon tracks her down along with her very naughty friends. She baby sits and then he stats his knife-weilding ways. Laurie tries to escape