Overall Rank: 14903
Average Rating: 2.1/4
# of Ratings: 91
Theatrical Release Date: 08/28/2009
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 01/12/2010
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Rob Zombie
Actors: Tyler Mane, Malcolm McDowell, Brad Dourif, Danielle Harris, Scout Taylor-Compton, Sheri Moon Zombie
Plot: Shortly after the events of Halloween, Laurie Strode survives another potential massacre at the Haddonfield General Hospital before her deranged brother disappears. She attempts to put the events behind her, but two years later Michael is preparing his own return and it will be a fight to survive once again.
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 01/31/2014
Shortly after the events of Halloween, Laurie Strode survives another potential massacre at the Haddonfield General Hospital before her deranged brother disappears. She attempts to put the events behind her, but two years later Michael is preparing his own return and it will be a fight to survive once again. This movie is a big fat joke with stupid sense with Micheal Meyers wearing a hood and mean while eating his victims.
Chris Kavan - wrote on 06/11/2012
Whereas Rob Zombies original Halloween remake attempted to do something new with the Michael Meyers story, in this sequel, he goes straight to the gore and offers a ludicrous story in return. It's almost getting into torture porn territory here. If you appreciate violence, have at it, just don't expect much more.
Snoogans - wrote on 03/29/2011
Zombie is free from emulating any of the previous Halloween films and continues where his remake left off in an unconventional and incomprehensible way. The story and characters are poor. Absolutely no reasonings are given for the 180 shifts in the returning character's personalities, or for the many bizarre random moments scattered about. Nothing makes sense. Each of the overly bloody/nasty murders are elongated to the point of overkill. The end result is one cruddy, bloody, confusing mess.
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Armando Sanchez - wrote on 11/12/2011
Not bad at all.this film keeps you guessing in ways you never do a lot in horror films.Rob Zombie directs theses actors like I've never seen a horror director do before.this movie is truly amazing,people are calling it "terrible" I call it "good" it's the kind of horror film that actually deals with characters and not just pointless blood and guts.I felt like all these characters really did go through something,and this movie is truly just about them overcoming it.I don't consider this a horror film,I consider this a drama/horror film,cause that is what it is,and I love it.this mvie isn't just about a killer killing people,it actually deals with the people he's after anf even deals with himself at times,which I truly loved.Rob Zombie has proved to me again that he could direct.perfect …
Nick - wrote on 03/21/2010
Where to start with this film? Tyler Mane comes back and delivers a fantastic performance as Michael Myers but it stops there. This movie was made quickly and wasen't cared much about. But it will pass in my book I do think its better than the orginal sequel. If I had to think of another good performance it would be Brad Dourif. He did great come to think of it. I wish he would have done this great in the first Halloween but he made a quick u-turn and did great in Halloween 2. So the best performances worth seeing in this movie are Tyler Mane and Brad Dourif. Scout Taylor Compton did below ok this time. She went down instead of up. Malcolm McDowell was the biggest let down of the whole thing Rob Zombie did terrible with Dr. Loomis in this film felt more like he was a author and not a …
Nixon's Soul - wrote on 02/03/2010
Goth meets white trash seems to be the oeuvre that Rob Zombie decorates his pictures with.
In this tale from nowhere, Michael Myers eats seventeen hot dogs before throwing up at the state fair. Everyone laughs at him, so he busts out a weed-whacker-machine-gun combo and kills them all while fertilizing his lawn.
Years later, a bridezilla visits him on a white horse Lady Godiva-style. He follows her (who wouldn't) to Kazakhstan and reads a good amount of literature along the way. He becomes obsessed with Madame Butterfly after finishing reading the screenplay and vows to find a bride just as loquacious. But, lo and behold, she is the one leading him, the one on the white horse. They laugh so hard about it that they almost die, but don't, and that's where the twist ending came …
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