Director; David Gordon Green
1h 46 minutes
Out on bluray.
Copy provided by SONY HOME.
A disgrace to all horror movies out there, a snoozing fest at its best, counting the minutes for this dull, dragged out, and altogether boring movie to come to an end.
It has been quite some time since I truly was this bored during a film, I didn’t know what to do with myself, completely losing it and about to climb the walls.
It has been been four decades since the horrific Halloween night, and now, years later, Laurie finally confronts her long-time enemy, Michael Myers.
Not something I’d ever recommend, I just waited for the credits to start rolling.
Don’t get me wrong, Jamie-Lee Curtis is legendary, as always she’s brilliant in front of the camera, pure finesse and has mastered fine acting, however all that gets shadowed by the bad plot and writing. The script lacked thrill and suspense, two important factors in horrors. 3/10
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