Halloween: Resurrection Reviews
January 4, 2015
If only Halloween H2O was the last movie in the original series.
July 4, 2013
It's so bad! The characters are extremely poor and I am not going to talk about Busta Rhymes, ok?
September 15, 2012
If you're going to FUCK your audience (like the people who made this excrement are doing) at least let them in on the joke or give them something to fill the two hours of less-than-nothing that you have callously put on offer. A braindead, scareless crapfest utterly void of artistry or merit.
October 30, 2014
The premise isn't a bad idea. It was just poorly executed and the characters are flat, and don't get me started on Busta Ryhmes.
October 23, 2014
It was probably a bad idea to watch all of the Halloween movies in a row. By the time I got to this point I was exhausted on Michael Myers, and the fact that this movie isn't even very good didn't help.
This is dumb. Like H2O, this movie is more like the late 90s/early 2000s slashers. So that means it doesn't age well at all. Even Jamie Lee Curtis seemed tired of this series as she wanted to be killed off at the beginning. If only the producers knew when to call it quits.
I don't even know what to get into specifically, as everything about this movie is just lame. Busta Rhymes is the leading man and defeats Michael Myers with kung fu. I'm not against giving Busta Rhymes a chance, he seems to have fun and I would imagine in the right role he would have been great, but this isn't Freddy Krueger where the trash talk would make sense. It isn't even Jason Voorhees, where the Friday the 13th movies are a bit more comical and pop culturally relevant. This is a Halloween movie, and you expect it to take itself a bit more serious.
Now, I like that the movie tries to have fun and doesn't take itself too seriously, as this movie would have been far worse if it did treat this material serious. However, it just feels like Michael Myers was dropped into a script that had nothing to do with him originally. Any horror movie villain could have been fit into this movie.
I don't know. The series just felt tired and this movie tried to do new things that simply didn't work. It should have never been made and it didn't age well at all. I remember thinking it wasn't THAT bad when I saw it years ago when released on DVD, but re-watching it was a chore. I wanted to turn it off and by the end I just didn't care.
But maybe I shouldn't have watched all the Halloween movies in a row. It was a steep decline from the first movie, and this was the anticlimactic, sad ending to the original series.
August 27, 2014
Vacía, pobre y sin razón de existencia. La peor de toda la saga.
July 19, 2014
Highly underrated by the constipated!
October 10, 2012
Well, they had my hopes up there for a second...
June 13, 2007
Had its moments and a good cast but looses points for busta kicking Michalâ??s ass
May 29, 2014
The silliest of the Halloween franchise, even if it is unintentionally silly.
May 10, 2014
This sequel to the Halloween franchise literally prevent it from making any other sequels. The Rob Zombie versions would soon follow. Michael Myers deserves better than this and better than Rob Zombie. The director of Halloween II returns for this story which takes place in a reality show where contestants are staying at the old Myers house. Kind of like Ghost Hunters except no real purpose other than to have a group of college kids roam around scared. The film plays around with the reality tv aspect before other found footage horror movies would tackle the subject in such films like Grave Encounters. The cast involved are pretty generic, but likeable bunch. Laurie Strode, played by Jamie Lee Curtis, makes a cameo in a shocking opening segment that might make fans of the franchise to turn off the movie. As cheesy as it was, it sets out exactly what it's suppose to do and was alright. Nothing special though.
December 8, 2011
Busta Rhymes beats Michael Myers with karate. I almost pissed my pants I was so scared.
May 5, 2014
Not as bad as Halloween 6, but still really shitty. Nothing original about this film at all. It's got ditzy characters, a stupid and overdone plot, and Busta Rhymes? Really?
October 26, 2007
pretty good. Kind of a generic feel, but at least it continues the better direction the series started taking after the last one. Shame the remake ended any hope of further sequels.
January 18, 2010
I really enjoyed what I guess is now considered "classic" serial killer movies. However, Once it got to H2O I was going to be done with it all together because it was starting to ruin a good thing. It wasn't the worst of the Halloween movies but it wasn't much better then a flop.
March 6, 2014
( A big disappointment with Michael Myers)
This is another film that's un rate able in the Halloween franchise. This film follows a group of people who try to stay alive while in the Myers' house at night as they're on TV. Everything went wrong here. From the beginning middle to the end. The cinematography reminded me of a superhero type of movie in the beginning. When Michael returns home the film is still awful and it's one that is not worth buying. I don't know what else to say. It's just a terrible movie.
February 28, 2014
Halloween Resurrection is so bad that it's actually a really fun and entertaining watch. It's the good kind of bad movie. Everything Busta Rhymes said or did was so ridiculous I couldn't help but laugh, which made it a pretty awesome time. I was honestly thoroughly entertained even with the corniness and absurdity.
January 25, 2014
Busta Rhymes beats up Michael Myers at several points in this film. That's dumb...it's stupid and dumb. A real waste of time. The blonde girl is sexy.