Halloween: Resurrection Reviews
The film begins with Michael Myers killing his sister Laurie Strode, and then moving back into his old house in Haddonfield. A bunch of crazy college kids happen to be staying there, and they're a part of a reality TV show. Things turn foul for the kids and the show when the challenge to stay in this old haunted house turns serious, with Michael Myers killing everybody. Goodness gracious.
Killing Laurie at the beginning is just throwing away a crucial character for no reason. Given that she is not integral to the rest of this bad film, she did not need to appear at all. Sad that she did.
Also, it is clear from the film that the producers were just wanting to cash in on the pop culture craze of reality TV shows, without seeming to understand reality TV themselves nor how a show like this could be conducted, like in the film, that would be interesting to anybody. Fact is, the show inside this movie would be totally unwatchable.
This film is pretty terrible, trying to tap into the burgeoning reality TV market with a tour of the Myer's home, where (big surprise) the real Michael Myers is waiting for anyone to wander in and then all hell breaks lose.
It's bad. And why the fuck does Busta Rhymes talk to himself through the whole movie? He's yammering constantly, and when there's no one around, he TALKS TO HIMSELF. It's amazingly stupid.
Pass/rental at best, if you wanna make fun of it, because there's a lot to poke fun at.