Pumpkin. The immortal young man in William Shatner’s mask. Large kitchen knife. Scary tone. All of these symbolic things came back to the horrible Halloween franchise and came in a big way.
The old walk, the pursuit of pure evil, Michael Myers, returns during the new Halloween Kills (featured in the series and Peacock Friday TV show) following director David Gordon Green’s 2018 hit Halloween. A few years after the 1978 John Carpenter film). Michael escapes a fiery trap and is free in Huddonfield, Illinois, where his ex-boyfriend and now-armed fighter grandmother, Lori Stroud (Jamie Lee Curtis), recovers from a severe abdominal wound and is hospitalized.
For fourteen years there have been a lot of sequels and even some remakes to weird mythology (a black man?), As well as Michael’s family tree (which he wanted to destroy). Heck, Michael isn’t even in a single Halloween movie!
Not because it’s all bad. In honor of the final payout, we’ll be compiling an entire Halloween franchise rating, but we can say that there is only one true classic.
Preview:“Halloween Kills” is a step towards Jamie Lee Curtis ’horrific franchising.
12. “Halloween 5: Revenge of Michael Myers” (1989)
Poor Donald Joy. As Michael’s main cut, Dr. Sam Lumis experienced a lot during his Halloween, but it was Michael who escaped the mine shaft to go after his nephew Jamie Lloyd (Danielle Harris). The worst part? The mysterious man in the black suit – the hat, the spears, and all – comes inexplicably to the end to get Michael out of jail.
11. “Halloween: Resurrection” (2002)
You don’t kill Curtis, who is a national treasure, in the film. You just don’t. Lori is in a moment of weakness – when she was stabbed by Michael and died on the roof of a spiritual shelter, the rules don’t apply here. Fifteen minutes to the movie, no less!
10. “H2: Halloween II” (2009)
The second half of Rob Zombie’s two-part ambitious re-enactment stumbled upon an overload, and Michael Myers (Tyler Mane) looked more like a cunning fighter than a “form” of evil. One positive: Deborah Myers (Sherry Moon Zombie) looks like a ghost mother (on a white horse!) To both Michael, Lori, and Angel Myers (Scout Taylor-Compton).
9. “Halloween III: Witch Season” (1982)
This very strange little hiccup in the series is the result of a short flirtation as a scary anthology with Halloween. So Michael is abandoned, and in his naughty place is a news company that plans to arm kids Halloween masks and kill millions of people using a mysterious stone from Stonehenge. At the very least, there was a terrible ringing of bad guys.
8. “Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers” (1995)
It is a pleasure of guilt. This is among Pleasence’s last roles: He died seven months before his release. And this is Paul Rudd’s second film role, just like Tommy Doyle (one of the kids Lori rescued in 1978). Although Halloween is banned in Haddonfield, there is a “Barefoot” corner. And to make the franchise really good, he offers a cult to explain the “curse of the thorns” and Michael’s bloody bow to the family.
7. “Halloween” (2007)
“Let’s recreate John Carpenter!” Was a big chutzpa to say. But the brutally modern look of the zombies added a wonderful story about little Michael’s propensity to murder and the foundation of the story. (Also: Malcolm McDowell is a giant Dr. Loomis. Just worth the hour for him.)
6. “Halloween: H2O” (1998)
In addition to her recent return to franchising, Curtis ’Lori Strode is also back to celebrate her 20th birthday. After falsifying his death to escape Michael, he sees his old enemy, Lori, working in a private school, where he beheads Myers. (Interesting fact: it wasn’t at all.)
5. “Halloween II” (1981)
Curtis wasn’t actually fully utilized in the first installment, which takes the place where Lauri’s original was left on Hell Night. Dr. Loomis is busy with the police looking for Myers, and the residents of Huddonfield begin to panic when they realize the killer has been released. Meanwhile, Michael is busy following Lori to a local hospital (henceforth there will be frequent “Halloween”). Yes, and Lori is probably Michael’s sister. Ajab!
4. “Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers” (1988)
In these films, the whole corner of the bloodline remains unnatural, but the fourth part is good at giving Michael a young Jamie (Harris) cousin. Naturally, it’s a sign of the wicked man’s last rage, but Jamie has a small part of Michael – not just DNA, which gives the series an ending of fragrance and shock.
3. “Halloween Kills” (2021)
Lauri is in a horrible Halloween II hospital. After Curtis ’protagonist Michael, Tommy Doyle (Anthony Michael Hall) swears revenge based on crowd justice, the debate between his daughter (Judy Greer) and granddaughter (Andy Matichak) takes on a philosophical tone, and Myers develops in the past only as his masked essence. evil
2. “Halloween” (2018)
A sequel and a direct sequel to the 78’s original — it’s not scary, but it’s often funny events that are as modern to tragedy and trauma as they are to the ordinary cutters of the past. appearance. As it was 40 years ago, Huddonfield isn’t ready for Michael at all, and although Lori is, Curtis is a middle-aged woman who no longer lives.
1. “Halloween” (1978)
Best of all, no question. When Carpenter opened the film, he stabbed his 6-year-old sister, Michael, to death, and then 15 years later, he followed Lori (and opened up the hell around town), causing a fear factor. Audience door for the first time: How to get rid of an unstoppable maniac in your home? And as it was forty-ten years ago, now it is eternal.