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Halloween Movie Countdown – Part 7

Halloween H20: 20 Years Later



This movie jumped on the bandwagon of teen horror films post Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer.  I mean, sure, it’s a franchise that had started in the 70’s, but this time around it really seemed it was geared toward a younger crowd.  And it did ride the heels of the others.

Cool Kids

The cool kids

I am not a big fan of the Halloween movie(s).  Not because I found it super scary, although, don’t get me wrong, Michael Myers is definitely a creep, but moreso I found it boring and annoying.  And because I’m not a Jamie Lee Curtis fan.

HALLOWEEN H20: 20 YEARS LATER, Jamie Lee Curits, Chris Durand (as Michael Myers,) 1998.

Aww…look at that face.

All that being said, I have always like H20.  And perhaps it is because it is in the same keepings of the Scream and IKWYDLS films.  So, I was happy to rewatch it this year after not having seen it in a long time.  And, of course, the fact that there’s a new Halloween movie geared for release next year (40 years!) did give me some incentive to see this one again.



3 responses

  1. Not a Jaime Lee Curtis fan? What? I never got into the Hallween franchise. They just moved too slow for me, andots of bad acting early on…pre Jaime Lee! But if you are endorsing this one I will check it out. No spiders, right?

    November 2, 2017 at 5:07 pm

    • Ugh, I can’t stand Jamie Lee Curtis. I think she’s a horrible actress and so bland. And I agree that the Halloween movies are slow….but you definitely should check out H20.

      November 3, 2017 at 9:05 am

  2. I will check that movie out. I think Jamie is a fit actress. She makes me want to buy yogurt! 🙂

    November 3, 2017 at 9:08 am

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