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Plot: Laurie Strode, now the dean of a Northern California private school with an assumed name, must battle the Shape one last time and now the life of her own son hangs in the balance. Runtime: 86 mins Release Date: 05 Aug 1998
Halloween was, is, and will likely remain the greatest horror movie of all time. None of its sequels or imitators could even come close. Until now. Halloween H20 is a fantastic film. Unlike other films of this genre, it realizes that you need to care about the characters in order for the film to scare you. Gore does not equal terror. The original Halloween knew that and H20 knows it. It allows you to get to know the characters so you can root for them in the end. Unlike the Scream-type movies of today, teenagers are not the only ones with brains here. Jamie Lee Curtis gives a performance <more>
superior to her one in the original. Her character was destroyed from the events of the first film. We get to see her rebuild herself as she finally faces the fear that has haunted her for 20 years. Kudos to director Steve Miner. He creates a perfectly creepy atmosphere, allows Michael Myers to move like a person instead of a robot, and throws everything but the kitchen sink at us in a white knuckle ending. This is the first horror movie I went to in a long time where the audience SCREAMED with regularity. There were more screams in the last half hour of this movie than there were in SCREAM 1 & 2 combined. My only complaint is the over use of false scares. But other than that, this is a first class thriller that FINALLY does justice to the original HALLOWEEN. I give it ***1/2 out of ****.
Best sequel in the series. BY FAR! (by greglanford)
The best story, best cast it's not even close , best ending, etc etc.Top movies of the franchise: H20, Halloween 1978 , Halloween 4Worst movies of the franchise: Halloween 2 1981 , Season of the Witch, and Rob Zombie's Halloween 2.
Um we need to change the rating (by adrian-ortiz70)
Great sequel to the original, it's true what they say great things come to those who wait.
My favourite sequel (by dormesher-21565)
Halloween H20 my favourite sequel in the franchise So Far I love this movie it was the first Halloween I ever saw and it's the one that got me into the franchise it's always stuck with me and always very nostalgic.Bringing back Laurie Strode was a great idea and ignoring the other sequels was a great move for the franchise because as much as I love the Throne Trilogy the story really does get to complex and messed up for the Halloween franchise and this one was a great return to the basic formula of Halloween.However I do have some negatives with this one the score in this one <more>
isn't brilliant and is to grant which ruins the score should of kept to the simple John Carpenter original it works perfectly in the original. Also using 4 different masks in this movie for Michael Myers was a stupid idea and they should of just stuck with one It gets really distracting on viewing and makes Myers less threatening in my opinion also that CGi mask they use looks like complete garbage.But that's it I love everything else in this movie the cast is brilliant Jamie Lee Curtis is once again a brilliant actress and Laurie Strode is such an interesting character to follow in this movie knowing everything she has been through and now trying to have a normal life but is struggling with it is such an interesting take on the character and makes it more realistic. Josh Harnett is brilliant in the movie and this was one of the films I saw him in along with The Faculty he's always been a favourite of mine.The third act of this movie is incredible the fight between Laurie Strode and Michael Myers is amazing and the way she kills him at or so we thought was awesome and would of made a great ending to the entire Franchise she is such a bad ass character in this finally having enough and facing her evil once and for all.Favourite scene in the movie is when she first she's Michael for real and she realizes he is still alive seeing him through the door it was so awesome the shock on her face and the way Michael looks at her as if to say I finally found you just so awesome.Verdict 9/10 great sequel and always bean a nostalgic entry. This should of been the ending in my opinion.
This was my favourite Halloween sequel, until Halloween 2018 came out. Now they share the top spot. I know there will be people out there who will disagree with me, but H20 is a huge step up after the mundane and quite frankly strange cult offering of Halloween 6. As always, Jamie Lee Curtis is superb and supported by a great cast including Adam Arkin, Josh Hartnett and LL Cool J. H20 has some good kills, though not as many as the other Halloween films and a great plot with edge of seat suspense.
Really great overall (by hagen-13617)
Glad to see Laurie back! After 3 crap movies in a row Halloween 4-6 , the writers definitely stepped their game up. This is a true horror movie without any demonic bullcrap like the last 3 movies.
Back to the basics (by Smells_Like_Cheese)
This is the sequel we have been waiting for! After a little slump with Halloween 5, I think a lot of Halloween fans were worried that the Halloween franchise was going to be like the typical Friday the 13th series, that as the sequels went on the stories would just get worse and worse. Why is Halloween H20 different and better than the other sequels? Because they went back into their roots, most sequels loose touch with what the original movie was trying to produce and get into goofy characters. This movie delivers in perfect scares, the story is awesome, and we have Jamie Lee Curtis back! <more>
What more could we ask for? I do have to admit that there was a disappointment that they killed the original nurse from the first Halloween movie, but the way Michael did it was classic. This is my favorite Halloween sequel because Michael is back and he's scarier than ever. We have some new great actors like Josh Hartnett, Michelle Williams and even LLCoolJ was fun to have around, they were all great additions to our Halloween story.The movie features the return of Laurie Strode, now revealed to be living under the assumed name "Keri Tate". As Tate, Laurie has a seemingly perfect life with an intelligent son and a boyfriend, a great career; however, Laurie is far from happy. The tragic events from 20 years previous still haunt her mind, and strongly take effect on her parental capabilities. To everyone, this is "just another Halloween," however Laurie still lives in constant fear. But this year is different. Marion Chambers and her neighbors are murdered by Michael after he steals a file on Laurie Strode. Michael leaves to find Laurie. To mark the 20th anniversary of the happenings of 1978, her brother, Michael Myers, appears, and starts killing off her co-workers and students one by one. And for the first time in two decades, they meet again. Laurie escapes, but chooses to go back to the school to challenge Michael in a fight to the death. She finds him and attempts killing him several times. But after all, this is Michael Myers, after several sequels you know it isn't going to be that easy.Halloween H20 is a great sequel that is sure to give you good scares, laughs, and it keeps you interested. This is one of those rare movies that made me cover my eyes in terror, I know it sounds a little cheesy, but when Laurie is having a bad flash of Michael coming towards her and she keeps trying to close her eyes and say it's just a dream, but she opens them and he's still walking towards her, yikes! Also I absolutely LOVED the ending, this was a great closure to the series, even though sadly they created another sequel, I just have to forget about that one because this is the way they should just leave the Halloween franchise. So not only would I recommend this movie if you were looking to complete the Halloween series, but just watch it in general, this movie goes back to the basics and is just a great movie. It was a lot of fun to watch and see Michael terrorizing the new cast, even after 20 years he's still got the touch to even make us sympathize with him, ooooo, Michael, where will you take us next? Well, hopefully a much better sequel then what I had to put up with in 2002.8/10
With the success of "the new" horror film genre started by Kevin Williamson's Scream, it was inevitable that it would Halloween H20. With Williamson in an unacknowledged, co-producer role, H20 added a bit of hip teen class to the Halloween series, with Dawson Creek's Michelle Williams, Jodi Lynn O'Keefe, and the debut of Josh Hartnett heading the cast along with scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis. Fans of the series have been let down with disappointing sequels soiling the reputation of the classic original, so it wasn't all bad when the producers of H20 made a <more>
controversial decision to ignore films 3-6 in the series. Set in a California posh secluded high school as opposed to Haddonfield, H20 is a taught film lasting no more than 80 minutes if you don't include the credits. In the short running time the film manages to pack in suspense and drama to satisfy both fans of the series and of the genre, with the film managing to keep both traditional and "new age" horror fans happy. In all, a healthy addition to the classic horror series, watch out for Halloween 8: Homecoming.
This is the best Halloween movie since the original came out. It starts as it means to go on with action and nods to the past that will have horror fans glued. It's so fast paced it needs to almost slow down for a rest half way through before the thrilling climax. An excellent sequel.