Retrospective documentary on the making of "Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers."


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Retrospective documentary on the making of "Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers."

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A New Look At Halloween 5

I recently purchased the Halloween 5: Limited Edition Tin DVD and watched this documentary, it was fun to see Danielle Harris, Don Shanks, and Ellie Cornell the way they look now. This documentary also answers the question of "What was the purpose for The Man In Black?"

We also get to see the original opening scene in which someone removes Michaels mask and looks at it funny. We get to see a much better look at Don Shanks, and Danielle Harris tells all of one cut scene that was cut, because it was too graphic.

The collector's booklet was a nice edition, and the miniature sized poster of the original H5 poster helped make the DVD worth buying.

So if you want to see this documentary, the only solution is to buy the DVD. As for the documentary I give it 3 out of 5 stars. I mean it is a documentary and not a movie.

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