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I wasted my birthday movie card on Halloween - 2018. It might be the top grossing film from the past weekend, but it was the worst installment in the franchise. I was willing to play along with the whole "we're hitting the reset button and pretending Halloween II through Halloween: Resurrection never happened" bit... but the filmmakers totally let me down. I'm baffled by the fact this was produced by Jamie Lee Curtis and John Carpenter. WHAT??!! Did they just need a paycheck? Because that's what this film felt like. This film felt like not just an insult to the franchise, but an insult to the genre as a whole. I still can't tell you who the main character was... maybe Jamie Lee Curtis? Maybe Judy Greer (why was she even in this film)? Maybe the granddaughter? The script was like they took three different scripts and a whole bunch of catch phrases and just threw them into a blender. I'm mostly upset with the other horror buffs in my news feed who have posted about seeing this film not once, not twice, but three times. I'm seriously baffled by the fact you think this is quality film making. I've taken film classes with some of you. This goes against everything we were taught and is an insult to our degrees. Shame on John Carpenter. SHAME ON JAMIE LEE CURTIS. And shame on you for making me believe that they were successfully resurrecting THE SHAPE for one final installment. Horror and movie buffs beware, this is a terrible example of what a film should and could be.