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Jamie Lee Curtis ... Laurie Strode

Brad Loree ... Michael Myers

Busta Rhymes ... Freddie Harris

Bianca Kajlich ... Sara Moyer

Sean Patrick Thomas ... Rudy

Daisy McCrackin ... Donna

Katee Sackhoff ... Jen (as Katee Sachoff)

Luke Kirby ... Jim

Thomas Ian Nicholas ... Bill

Ryan Merriman ... Myles Barton

Tyra Banks ... Nora

Billy Kay ... Scott
Gus Lynch ... Harold

Lorena Gale ... Nurse Wells
Marisa Rudiak ... Nurse Phillips
Brent Chapman ... Franklin

Dan Joffre ... Willie

Haig Sutherland ... Aron
Brad Sihvon ... Charley
Kelly Nielson ... Officer

Gary J. Tunnicliffe ... Officer (as Gary Tunnicliffe)

Ryan McDonald ... Letter Sweater Guy

Charisse Baker ... Teen Girl #2

Natassia Malthe ... French Maid

Kyle Labine ... Teen Party Guy

Rick Rosenthal ... Professor

David Lewis ... Bob Green
Chris Edwards ... Fireman

Michael McCartney ... Orderly
Ananda Thorson ... Coroner
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Adam Arkin ... Will Brennan (archive footage) (uncredited)

Michael Arthur ... Police Officer #2 (uncredited)

Artine Brown ... Arresting Officer (uncredited)

Chris Durand ... The Shape (archive footage) (uncredited)

Josh Hartnett ... John Strode / John Tate (archive footage) (uncredited)
Jaida Hay ... Girlfriend (uncredited)
Jason McKinnon ... Boyfriend (uncredited)
Robert Musnicki ... Fireman (uncredited)

Donald Pleasence ... Dr. Samuel 'Sam' Loomis (archive footage) (uncredited)
Nancy Stephens ... Marion Chambers Whittington (archive footage) (uncredited)
Tamara Taggart ... News Reporter (uncredited)

Directed by
Rick Rosenthal 
Writing credits
Debra Hill (characters) and
John Carpenter (characters)

Larry Brand (story)

Larry Brand (screenplay) and
Sean Hood (screenplay)

Produced by
Malek Akkad .... co-producer
Moustapha Akkad .... executive producer
Paul Freeman .... producer
H. Daniel Gross .... co-executive producer
Michael Leahy .... producer
Ralph Rieckermann .... executive producer
Louis Spiegler .... co-executive producer
Bob Weinstein .... co-executive producer
Harvey Weinstein .... co-executive producer
Original Music by
Danny Lux 
Cinematography by
David Geddes (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Robert A. Ferretti 
Casting by
Patrick Baca 
Ross Brown 
Robin Nassif 
Mary West 
Production Design by
Troy Hansen 
Art Direction by
David McLean  (as David MacLean)
Set Decoration by
Johanna Mazur (key set decorator)
Costume Design by
Brad Gough 
Makeup Department
Mitchell J. Coughlin .... makeup effects crew: Tunnicliffe/Two Hours In The Dark Inc. (as Mitch Coughlin)
Diana Davison .... key makeup artist
Jeff L. Deist .... makeup effects crew: Tunnicliffe/Two Hours In The Dark Inc. (as Jeff Deist)
Paula Demille .... first assistant hair stylist
Thomas Floutz .... makeup effects crew: Tunnicliffe/Two Hours In The Dark Inc. (as Tom Floutz)
Cleo Gagner .... second assistant hair stylist
Catherine Graham .... key hair stylist
Leslie Graham .... key makeup artist
John L. Healy .... special makeup effects artist
Snowy Highfield .... makeup effects crew: Tunnicliffe/Two Hours In The Dark Inc.
Kathy Howatt .... first assistant makeup artist
Steven Lawrence .... makeup effects crew: Tunnicliffe/Two Hours In The Dark Inc. (as Steve Lawrence)
Lisa Mitchell .... hair stylist: Ms. Banks
Lisa Mitchell .... makeup artist: Ms. Banks
Mike J. Regan .... makeup effects crew: Tunnicliffe/Two Hours In The Dark Inc. (as Mike Jay Regan)
Bill Terezakis .... special makeup effects artist
Gary J. Tunnicliffe .... special makeup effects creator (as Gary Tunnicliffe)
Claire Jane Vranian .... makeup effects crew: Tunnicliffe/Two Hours In The Dark Inc. (as Claire-Jane Deacon)
Dionne Webb .... hair stylist: Mr. Rhymes
Chad Washam .... mask creator (uncredited)
Production Management
Linda A. Borgeson .... executive in charge of post-production (as Linda Borgeson)
Kevin Hyman .... executive in charge of production
Tracy Long .... production manager
Kirk M. Morri .... post-production supervisor (as Kirk Morri)
Jake Myers .... executive in charge of production
Andrea Wertheim .... post-production executive
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bonnie Benwick .... first assistant director (as Bonnie R. Benwick)
Deborah Dimitroff .... second assistant director
Jessica Landaw .... second unit director
Dan Mansfield .... third assistant director (as Daniel Mansfield)
Jay Henry Moritz .... second assistant director: second re-shoot
Maryka Sennema .... trainee assistant director
Gary Blair Smith .... first assistant director: reshoot 2
Art Department
Dianna Anderson .... art department apprentice
Carlos Bolbrugge .... graphic artist
Katharina Brand .... set decorator buyer
Elke Brandstatter .... set dresser
John Carr .... on-set lead greens
Niki Charalambopoulos .... scenic painter
Mark Chinque .... on-set carpenter
Neville Conway .... drafts person
Joao Cordeiro .... assistant props
Jason Craig .... labourer
Alexandra Cram .... props master
James Dickson .... art department
Bob Englemark .... lead hand
Robert Foreman .... carpenter
Leah Gejdos .... assistant set decorator
Todd Gogal .... on-set painter
James Grace .... art department coordinator
Kristian Hall .... construction foreman (as Kristan Hall)
Chris Hehn .... lead hand
Denise Hignell .... set dresser
Scott Holburn .... on-set dresser
Mike Holm .... props assistant (as Michael Holm)
Patrick Latarius .... construction coordinator
John McIntosh .... head greensman (as John MacIntosh)
Deborah Morriss .... key painter
Karen Mullen .... assistant property master
Ocean Mussack .... props assistant (as Ocean Mussak)
Mark O'Sullivan .... lead hand (as Mike O' Sullivan)
Michael O'Sullivan .... lead scenic painter
Michelle Pitney .... lead dresser
Dave Righton .... props builder
Dave Righton .... props buyer
Pierre Rovira .... construction coordinator
Ken Sawatzky .... lead dresser
David Turgeon .... set dresser
Leah Weinberg .... set decorator buyer
Woody Welch .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Mark Allen .... sound design effects editor
Steve Baine .... foley artist
Kevin Banks .... sound effects editor
Stephen Barden .... supervising sound editor: Sound Dogs, Toronto
Rob Bertola .... sound effects editor
Tim Chilton .... foley artist
Gary Coppola .... adr recordist: Sound Satisfaction
Kate Cripps .... assistant sound editor
Mark DeSimone .... adr engineer
Kevin Fisher .... sound effects editor
Martin Fossum .... sound mixer
Gina Gyles .... foley assistant
Craig Henighan .... sound effects editor
Larry Hopkins .... layback sound mixer
David Horner .... adr mixer: Post Modern Sound (as David S. Horner)
Trevor Jolly .... adr editor
Trevor Jolly .... dialogue editor
Trevor Jolly .... supervising sound editor
Sara Kohlman .... sound assistant
Brent MacLeod .... sound theatre operator
Chris Navarro .... adr recordist: Wilshire Stages
Daniel Pellerin .... supervising re-recording mixer
Peter Persaud .... foley mixer
Tony Poulsen .... boom operator (as Tony Logan Poulsen)
Jill Purdy .... dialogue editor
Scott Reed .... head sound manager
Brent Roach .... foley mixer
Andrew Tay .... sound re-recording mixer
Eric Thompson .... adr mixer: Wilshire Stages
Brad Thornton .... sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Cara E. Anderson .... special effects best boy: reshoot
Nick Ciccone .... special effects assistant
Roy Gabriel .... special effects technician: reshoot
Kim Mortensen .... special effects coordinator
James Vlasblom .... special effects assistant (as James Vasblam)
Cameron Waldbauer .... special effects best boy (as Cam Waldbauer)
Visual Effects by
Steve Arguello .... digital artist
Jeff Barnes .... digital effects executive producer: ComputerCafe
Mike Bozulich .... digital artist: ComputerCafe (as Michael Bozulich)
James Coulter .... digital artist: Digital Dimension
Domenic DiGiorgio .... digital artist: ComputerCafe (as Domenic Digiorgio)
Christopher Dusendschon .... digital imaging: iO Film (as Chris Dusendschon)
David Ebner .... digital effects supervisor: ComputerCafe
Karl Formander .... digital animator: Neo Digital Imaging (as Karl Fornander)
Derry Frost .... head of production: Amalgamated Pixels, Inc.
Vicki Galloway-Weimer .... digital effects producer: ComputerCafe (as Vicki Weimer)
Benoit Girard .... visual effects supervisor: Digital Dimension (as Benoit 'Ben' Girard)
Jamison Scott Goei .... visual effects supervisor (as Jamison Goei)
Jeff Goldman .... digital artist: ComputerCafe
Adam Hawkey .... colorist & digital opticals (as Adam S. Hawkey)
Ron Honn .... digital artist: ComputerCafe
Edmond Kozin .... digital artist: Digital Dimension (as Edmund Kozin)
Justin Mitchell .... digital artist: Digital Dimension
Jerome Morin .... visual effects producer: Digital Dimension
Michael Morreale .... visual effects executive producer: Amalgamated Pixels, Inc. (as Michael J. Morreale)
Jeremy Oddo .... lead animator: Amalgamated Pixels, Inc.
Akira Orikasa .... digital artist: ComputerCafe
Phillip Palousek .... visual effects coordinator: Amalgamated Pixels, Inc. (as Phil 'Dog' Palousek)
Sookie Park .... digital animator: Neo Digital Imaging
Michael Pecchia .... lead compositor: Amalgamated Pixels, Inc.
Joaquin Pecheur .... colorist & digital opticals
Gabriel Vargas .... digital artist: ComputerCafe (as Garbriel Vargas)
Simon Burnett .... stunt double
Janina Dall .... stunt double
Donald John Hewitt .... stunt double (as Donald J. Hewitt)
Donna Keegan .... stunt coordinator
Donna Keegan .... stunt double
William Lawrence .... stunt double (as Bill Lawrence)
Brad Loree .... co-stunt coordinator
Claire Webb .... stunt double
Claude Bouchard .... key stunt rigger (uncredited)
Marshall Virtue .... stunt double (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Chris Banting .... dolly grip
Keith Brooks .... rigging best boy
Keith Brooks .... rigging
Rob De Coste .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Torbin Doege .... rigger
Cameron Drinkle .... video playback operator
Caragh Fitzsimmons .... second assistant camera (as Caragh Hodge)
Caragh Fitzsimmons .... second assistant camera: a camera (as Caragh Hodge)
Kimberly French .... still photographer (as Kimberley French)
Sandra Hardy .... lamp operator
Novia Hennah .... grip
Mathias Herndl .... lamp operator
Caragh Hodge .... second assistant camera
Chris Jaksa .... camera trainee (as Christopher Jaksa)
Dennis Jones .... rigging
Tamara Jones .... second assistant camera: day player
Steve Larsen .... rigging grip
Ron Lester .... grip
Jason Lexa .... lamp operator
Philip Linzey .... director of photography: additional photography
Stephen Maier .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Trevor C. Martin .... best boy grip (as Trevor Martin)
Blair McDonald .... gaffer (as Blair MacDonald)
Patrick Moore .... generator operator
Darren Robertson .... video playback supervisor (as Darin Robertson)
Michael Soos .... a-camera / steadicam operator (as Michael [ENL] Soos)
Jared Spencer .... best boy electric
Jon Stephenson .... grip (as John Stephenson)
Christopher Tate .... key grip
Keith Thompson .... camera operator: "b" camera
Gladys Tong .... computer playback operator
Max Torroba .... video playback coordinator
Katie Weekley .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Animation Department
Domenic DiGiorgio .... animator
Casting Department
Marc Berg .... casting intern
Kendra Carter .... casting assistant: L.A.
James Forsyth .... extras casting (as James Forsythe)
Blair Law .... casting: Vancouver
Katrina Wolfe .... executive in charge of casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Amy C. Bradshaw .... costume designer: re-shoots (as Amy Bradshaw)
Courtney Daniel .... truck costumer (as Courtney Andersen)
Mary Gierczak .... set costumer
Laurel Morgan .... costumer
Heidi Nutley .... assistant costume designer
Anthea Oomen .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Jack Skeets Gleeson .... post-production assistant
Asim Matin .... assistant editor
Mike Murphy .... additional film editor
Chris Regan .... color timer
Valance Eisleben .... high definition editorial services (uncredited)
Music Department
Mauricio J. Balvanera .... music assistant (as Mauricio Balvanera)
Kevin Banks .... music editor
Marco Beltrami .... composer: additional music
Becca Borawski .... music editor
John Carpenter .... composer: theme "Halloween"
Michael Dittrick .... music editor
Sharyn Gersh .... music editor (as Sharyn M. Tylk)
Danny Lux .... score mixer
Danny Lux .... score producer
Matt Mariano .... assistant to composer (as Matt Amriano)
Matt Mariano .... score mixer
Jen Miller .... music supervisor
Randy Spendlove .... executive in charge of music
Marcus Trumpp .... orchestrator
Transportation Department
Jeremy Alexander .... driver
Reese Alexander .... transportation captain
Jason Craig .... construction driver
Ian Fong .... driver
Paul King-Bloxham .... driver (as Paul Bloxham)
Peck Koomer .... driver (as Peck Koonar)
Darryl Litke .... driver
Billy McRobbie .... driver
Ian Montgomery .... driver
Will Park .... transportation coordinator
Mickey Sangha .... driver
Fraser Sutherland .... driver
John Swetlikoe .... driver
Other crew
Lina Akkad .... production office assistant: Los Angeles
Moustapha Akkad .... presenter
Reese Alexander .... hand double
Sergei Bachlakov .... location scout (as Serguei Bachlakov)
Michelle Birch .... production assistant
Paige Cleveland .... title designer: main titles
Rob Currie .... security captain
Nawana Davis .... office manager
Simone De Camargo .... controller: Neo (as Simone DeCamargo)
Dan Falkenberg .... location scout
Frank Galline .... assistant accountant: Neo
M.K. Gleason .... production accountant
Shane Goodoff .... post-production accountant
Jennifer Harland .... background coordinator
Shannon Harron .... payroll assistant
Carol Hocking .... first assistant accountant
Tara Howie .... production assistant
Dominic Iacoviello .... security
Rania Kamal .... assistant: Paul Freeman
Phil Kieran .... location manager
Patrick Kirkland .... production assistant
Julie Landholt .... title graphic design (as J. Kathryn Landholt)
Kevin Leeson .... production assistant: assistant director
Jo Ann Mathies .... production office assistant
Jamie Monk .... production assistant
Cheryl Moujabber .... script supervisor (as Cheryl Miranda Moujabber)
Robert Musnicki .... stand-in: Michael Myers
Sue Norman .... production assistant
Ron Pachkowski .... production coordinator
Tony Phillippe .... production assistant: New York re-shoot
Maureen Prentice .... assistant: Mr. Rosenthal
Phil Rodowsky .... combined dialogue continuity and spotting: On-Core Productions
Todd Rodowsky .... combined dialogue continuity and spotting: On-Core Productions
Allan J. Ross .... second assistant production coordinator
Paul Smale .... chef (as Paul Smail)
Geoff Smallman .... production assistant
Kirk N. Smallman .... assistant location manager (as Kirk Smallman)
Mark Sonoda .... production executive
Larry Sostad .... security coordinator
Elizabeth Speckman .... post-production accountant
Chris Stiles .... production assistant
Christine Strobel .... dubbing script translator: german
Andrea Sunderland .... first assistant coordinator
Amber Tanner .... production assistant
Mike Thompson .... craft service
Mike Thompson .... first aid
Cristina Valenzuela .... assistant accountant: Neo
Emily Van Der Sand .... assistant chef
Patti Vieta .... stand-in: 'Laurie Strode'
Bill Vigars .... unit publicist
Ryan Viniotis .... stage coordinator
David Williams .... production assistant (as David Wiliamson)
Ralph Wimmer .... production coordinator
Phil Wong .... key production assistant
Warner Loughlin .... acting coach (uncredited)
Brian Cury .... the producers wish to extend thanks to
John Hadity .... the producers wish to extend thanks to
Clark Henderson .... the producers wish to extend thanks to
Michael Leahy .... the producers wish to extend thanks to (as Mike Leahy)
Rachel Levy .... the producers wish to extend thanks to
Michael Marshall .... the producers wish to extend thanks to
Joseph Nizza .... the producers wish to extend thanks to
Bill Sharp .... the producers wish to extend thanks to
Whitney Wilson .... the producers wish to extend thanks to

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Rated R for strong violence, language, some sexuality and brief drug use
94 min | Canada:89 min | UK:89 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Australia:MA | Austria:16 | Brazil:16 | Canada:18A (Alberta/British Columbia) (Canadian Home Video rating) | Canada:R (Manitoba/Ontario) | Canada:18 (Nova Scotia) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | France:-12 | Germany:18 | Iceland:16 | Italy:VM14 | Malaysia:18SG | Netherlands:16 | New Zealand:R16 | Norway:15 | Peru:14 | Philippines:R-18 | Portugal:M/18 | Singapore:PG (cut) | Singapore:NC-16 (re-rating) | South Korea:18 | Spain:18 | Sweden:15 | UK:15 | USA:R (certificate #39101)

Did You Know?

The Halloween: Resurrection trailer was first seen before Jason X (2001), which was released on the 26th of April 2002.See more »
Revealing mistakes: After the hallway camera cuts out, it eventually comes back on the computer screen that Deckard is looking at. If you look at the landing and the stairway, the picture is reversed.See more »
[first lines]
Laurie Strode:You've heard of the tunnel. The one we all go through sooner or later. At the end, there's a door. And waiting for you on the other side of that door is either Heaven or Hell. This that door.
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Movie Connections:
References Friday the 13th Part III (1982)See more »
Losing ControlSee more »


What happens to Laurie?
How much sex, violence, and profanity are in this movie?
How does Michael Myers return after having his head chopped off in 'Halloween H20: 20 Years Later'?
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75 out of 97 people found the following review useful.
Loud, crass, pointless - an insult to the viewer, 26 October 2002
Author: CJL from London, England

What can I say? If I've seen a film worse than this, it certainly doesn't spring to mind right now. I managed to get to the first screening in the local area and, even though the audience was fairly small, I still counted eleven people who walked out at various points in the movie and never came back. Now either Michael Myers slashed them up on their way to the lavatories or, like me, they were bored stiff by this absolute CLUNKER of a flick.

The plot, or what little semblance there is of one, is simple yet completely ludicrous. An organisation called Dangertainment, headed by the entrepreneurial Freddie Harris (Busta Rhymes), gets together a group of six students (!) to spend the night in serial killer Michael Myers' childhood home, in the hope that they will "find clues" as to what drove Myers to kill and kill again. Quite why, 25 years on from the murders, they think they will achieve anything by sending a group of teenagers into a house that, in the real world, would probably have long been demolished, is beyond me. Surely it is the job of police psychologists to dissect the minds of serial killers anyway? The film conveniently forgets the previous five sequels (with the exception of "H20"; this gets an irrelevant reference in the gratuitous opening scenes which serve merely as an excuse to waste Jamie Lee Curtis' talents in some customary 'running around' antics) and throws us almost immediately into the environment of the house, where each of the six kids are given a little handy-cam to strap to their heads and told to go searching for clues... You with me so far? Well, that's pretty much all there is to it. Needless to say, Myers himself shows up at the house about 10 minutes into the movie (how? why?) and decides he wants to kill everybody one by one, in the style we've now become accustomed to.

This paper-thin tale is told so badly, it's almost hard to believe what you're seeing on screen and that anyone was dumb enough to spend time and money filming it. I suppose you could almost see it like a series of noisy soundbites strung together randomly. It keeps things simplistic to the point of being nonsensical, presumably to avoid confusing its target audience of dribbling inbreds. I think I could've written a better, more entertaining and reasonable script myself on the back of a beermat. Nothing is ever explained or justified, no matter how implausible and ridiculous things get, and yet, bogglingly, the film still seems to take itself fairly seriously. It tries desperately to shock with a series of boring but bloody knife murders (nothing we haven't seen ad nauseam in any of the previous films) and innumerable 'false' scares with flashlights and toys falling out of cupboards. It's all so by-the-books and done-to-death that you'd have to have never seen a single horror film in your life to find it even remotely tense or scary.

I think what bugs me the most about the film is just how terribly made it is. Even forgetting the GAPING plot holes, there are loads of obvious continuity errors and a sad, desperate style of direction that seems to drag every scene to the point of agony in a desperate attempt to pad out the already-short running time of the film. The cast do nothing to help things - all the characters are cardboard stereotypes and the ugly, plastic teens seem to be having a battle to see who can be the most skin-crawlingly irritating. I think it ends up as a tie between Katee Sachoff's hyperactive, squeaky airhead and Bianca Kajlich's jitterbug 'heroine', who spends the entire movie simpering and screaming loudly every time someone drops a pin. Oh, for the record, Busta Rhymes is absolutely ATROCIOUS in this. His entire purpose in this movie seems to be to deliver the worst examples of wisecrack-by-numbers dialogue I've ever heard (ie: "Trick or treat, motherf**ker?") and he plays his role as a cross between Eddie Murphy and Vin Diesel, but without the charm or charisma of either.

I'd like to say John Carpenter would be ASHAMED to see such a horrible mess made out of his characters, but when you consider the maestro himself is making films almost as bad as this these days, he probably couldn't give a toss so long as the money keeps rolling in. I think this fact in itself proves just how much horror movies have changed since the first "Halloween" was made and, to its credit, "Halloween Resurrection" would be a perfect example of an "of its time" product you could stick in an 'early 21st century' time capsule for future generations to balk at. It is every bit as throwaway and pointless as the culture that spawned it. It is loud, crass and in-your-face constantly, despite having absolutely nothing to say when it gets there - it's like the movie equivalent of an annoying little brat screaming at you, desperate for attention. "Look at me! Look at me! I'm being noisy and irritating!"... I would highly advise, for your sanity's sake, that you don't look since, like that annoying child, you'll only encourage it and I, for one, don't think I could cope with another sequel this bad... This film is utter garbage and I fail to think of a single way in which they could've made it any worse. A resounding 0 out of 10.

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