More of the same? Picking up where the second in the series left off, our heroine has changed her name and moved to the middle of nowhere. She is now the alcoholic head-mistress of a fancy girls school. Her son is 17. And guess who decides to come visiting? Her beloved brother with his razor sharp toys...
85 minutes, No persons under 16 (Violence)
Marcus Jensen: Great, I love horror thriller genre.
Gordon Ellison: Not as good as expected.
Bruce Humphrey: Ho-hum - this movie could have been made 20 years ago. Every movie nowdays has cell phones in it and yet this movie only has the old ones where the wires get cut to isolate the victims. This mediocre horror movie warms up towards the end when our heroine (played by the still-sexy Jamie Lee Curtis) has had enough of running and changes from the hunted into the hunter. May the Halloween series now rest in peace!
Shaun Myburg: An decent tribute to the Halloween series, which seems to finally put an end to Michael Myers... we hope! Lot's of suspense... especially the garbage disposal scene, good movie to take your girlfriend to. However don't expect to be there too long as this is a very short movie. Scary stuff... enjoy.
Nick Soper: I liked this movie... I honestly thought that I would hate it. The fact that it's so short can only do it harm; no one wants to waste their money on a movie that's barely longer than an hour. But putting that aside, Halloween H20 is a no bulls%#t thriller, lacking a long and drawn out storyline. I think that this is what appealed to me the most... It's a thriller in the purest sense of the word...
Timothy Lang: It sucked.
Kirsty Hume: This was a really enjoyable movie and it was very scarey just how I like them.