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#121 Hole



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Posted 25 August 2019 - 01:09 PM


So awesome! Loved the remake

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Posted 26 August 2019 - 06:38 PM


So awesome! Loved the remake

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Well technically isnt a remake, more a sequel to the original. But yeah I loved Halloween 2018. And excited for the next sequels. I've said before I KNEW he didnt die as soon as his body was missing from the fire in the basement. To me, Michael Myers is the most evil horror villain, mostly because he is emotionless, and Lumis said himself, he has the devil's eyes


Carpenter warns fans to not expect a true ending

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Posted 09 October 2019 - 05:37 AM

A year late, but I finally got around seeing Halloween (2018). I had tepid expectations going in because I didn't like what I was hearing about the film and now having finally seen the film, I have to say... it was worse than my aleady low expectations.

Yeah, I didn't like it. I didn't think it was just mediocre or average, I thought it was downright bad. The minds behind the film truly don't have a clue what makes great horror films like the original so great. It, much like the inferior sequels, fell into all the bad tropes and cliches: obnoxious, dumb characters, bad comedic moments, poor acting, and a busy plot with needless complications and contrivances. It also failed aesthetically for me with the ugly, muted color palette and silly angles and camerawork. There are bits and pieces that I liked such as the pre-credits scene, the single take shot following Myers, some of babysitter stuff, and some of the score. But overall, despite going back to its roots and crafting a Shape that was closer to Carpenter's original concept, I didn't find the film to be any better than the sequels.