Halloween: Ressurection (2002) Horror Movie Review
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The eighth Halloween movie (directed by Rick Rosenthal, director of part two) finally takes the series in a completely new direction. Jamie Lee Curtis returns as Laurie, but thankfully she is not Michael’s main target. Instead, a group of college students have signed up for a contest to spend the night in the Myers house, and have the event broadcast over the internet. Of course, Michael shows up, and shows them just how well he likes uninvited guests. The kill scenes seem somehow fresh and new, done more stylishly than in preious films. Definately worth seeing.
Synopsis:Serial Killer Michael Myers is not finished with Laurie Strode, and their rivalry finally comes to an end...
About Halloween: Ressurection (2002)
Starring: Natassia Malthe, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lorena Gale, David Lewis, Dan Joffre, Gary J. Tunnicliffe, Sean Patrick Thomas, Katee Sackhoff, Gus Lynch, Kyle Labine, Brent Chapman, Haig Sutherland, Ryan McDonald, Brad Loree, Rick Rosenthal, Chris Edwards, Bianca Kajlich, Michael McCartney, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Ryan Merriman, Marisa Rudiak, Brad Sihvon, Kelly Nielson, Charisse Baker, Busta Rhymes, Ananda Thorson, Daisy McCrackin, Luke Kirby, Tyra Banks, Billy Kay
Director: Rick Rosenthal
MPAA Rating: R
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