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Halloween -- After being committed for 17 years, Michael Myers, now a grown man and still very dangerous, escapes from the mental institution (where he was committed as a 10 year old) and he immediately returns to Haddonfield, where he wants to find his baby sister, L
Halloween -- After being committed for 17 years, Michael Myers, now a grown man and still very dangerous, escapes from the mental institution (where he was committed as a 10 year old) and he immediately returns to Haddonfield, where he wants to find his baby sister, L

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After being committed for 17 years, Michael Myers, now a grown man and still very dangerous, escapes from the mental institution (where he was committed as a 10 year old) and he immediately returns to Haddonfield, where he wants to find his baby sister, Laurie. Anyone who crosses his path is in mortal danger. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Malcolm McDowell ... Dr. Samuel Loomis

Brad Dourif ... Sheriff Lee Brackett

Tyler Mane ... Michael Myers

Daeg Faerch ... Michael Myers, age 10

Sheri Moon Zombie ... Deborah Myers

William Forsythe ... Ronnie White

Richard Lynch ... Principal Chambers

Udo Kier ... Morgan Walker

Clint Howard ... Doctor Koplenson

Danny Trejo ... Ismael Cruz

Lew Temple ... Noel Kluggs
Tom Towles ... Larry Redgrave

Bill Moseley ... Zach 'Z-Man' Garrett

Leslie Easterbrook ... Patty Frost
Steve Boyles ... Stan Payne

Scout Taylor-Compton ... Laurie Strode

Danielle Harris ... Annie Brackett

Skyler Gisondo ... Tommy Doyle
Jenny Gregg Stewart ... Lindsey Wallace

Hanna Hall ... Judith Myers

Kristina Klebe ... Lynda Van Der Klok

Adam Weisman ... Steve Haley
Sydnie Pitzer ... Baby Boo
Myla Pitzer ... Baby Boo
Stella Altman ... Baby Boo (as Lela Altman)

Dee Wallace ... Cynthia Strode

Max Van Ville ... Paul

Nick Mennell ... Bob Simms

Pat Skipper ... Mason Strode

Daryl Sabara ... Wesley Rhoades

Richmond Arquette ... Deputy Charles

Ken Foree ... Big Joe Grizzly

Paul Kampf ... Officer Lowery

Sybil Danning ... Nurse Wynn

Micky Dolenz ... Derek Allen

Daniel Roebuck ... Lou Martini

Mel Fair ... Taylor Madison

Sid Haig ... Chester Chesterfield
Nikki Taylor Melton ... Princess

Deven Streeton ... Princess
Andreana Weiner ... Voice Performer (voice)

David Michie ... Voice Performer (voice)
Paige Pollack ... Voice Performer (voice)

Jeremy Maxwell ... Voice Performer (voice)
Barbara Harris ... Voice Performer (voice) (as Barbara Iley)
David Randolph ... Voice Performer (voice)
Noreen Reardon ... Voice Performer (voice)

John DeMita ... Voice Performer (voice)
Nancy Truman ... Voice Performer (voice)

Daamen J. Krall ... Voice Performer (voice) (as Daamen Krall)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Courtney Gains ... Jack Kendall (uncredited)
Kazu Nagahama ... College Student #3 (uncredited)
Linda Sypien ... Detective Joyce Anderson (uncredited)

Amanda Tepe ... Female Student (uncredited)

Directed by
Rob Zombie 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Rob Zombie (screenplay)

John Carpenter (1978 screenplay) and
Debra Hill (1978 screenplay)

Produced by
Malek Akkad .... producer
Patrick Esposito .... associate producer
Andy Gould .... producer
Andrew G. La Marca .... line producer (as Andy La Marca)
Matthew Stein .... executive producer
Bob Weinstein .... executive producer
Harvey Weinstein .... executive producer
Rob Zombie .... producer
 
Original Music by
Tyler Bates 
 
Cinematography by
Phil Parmet (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Glenn Garland 
 
Casting by
Monika Mikkelsen 
 
Production Design by
Anthony Tremblay 
 
Art Direction by
T.K. Kirkpatrick 
 
Set Decoration by
Lori Mazuer (key set decorator)
Stephanie Ziemer 
 
Costume Design by
Mary E. McLeod  (as Mary McLeod)
 
Makeup Department
Michael Deak .... makeup effects technician (as Mike Deak)
Yvonne Depatis-Kupka .... department head hair stylist
Renee Ferruggia .... key hair stylist
Luis García .... key makeup artist
Vickie Mynes .... key hair stylist
Douglas Noe .... makeup department head
Brian Rae .... makeup effects technician
Wayne Toth .... special makeup effects artist
Chris Zega .... makeup effects technician
Silvina Knight .... makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Patrick Esposito .... post-production supervisor
Andrew G. La Marca .... unit production manager (as Andy La Marca)
Richard Saperstein .... executive in charge of production
Matthew Stein .... executive in charge of production
Ed Tapia .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Stephen P. Del Prete .... assistant director: reshoots
Stephen P. Del Prete .... second second assistant director
Alexander H. Gayner .... first assistant director (as Alex Gayner)
Emily McGovern .... second assistant director
Korey Scott Pollard .... second second assistant director (as Korey Pollard)
Tommy Harper .... first assistant director: additional photography (uncredited)
Rawn Hutchinson .... second unit director (uncredited)
John Pontrelli .... first assistant director: second unit (uncredited)
David Waters .... second assistant director: additional photography (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Todd Bakerian-Devane .... on-set dresser (as Todd Devane)
John Brunot .... property master
Robert J. Carlyle .... construction coordinator
Adam Chambers .... set decorator production assistant
Susan Cho .... set decorator buyer
Don 'Tex' Clark .... leadman: re-shoot
Dennis De George .... set dresser
Jeremy Deal .... on-set greensman
Elixandro Diaz Jr. .... plaster foreman (as Elixandro Diaz [Juju])
Jason Garner .... design department assistant
Michael V. Maurice .... set dresser
Kirstin Mooney .... art department coordinator
James F. Orendorff .... construction foreperson
Enrico Paronelli .... paint supervisor
Neil David Pontecorvo .... greens foreman
Nick Principe .... props
Eugenio Quintero .... plaster foreman
Kelsey Riach .... set decorator production assistant
Mark Richardson .... assistant property master
Andre Sowards .... on-set dresser: additional photography
Gary Stel .... propmaker gangboss
Chad Vachter .... assistant property master
Vanessa Velez Boswell .... assistant property master
Joel Venti .... storyboard artist
Brent Williams .... set dresser
Carl Horner .... special props (uncredited)
James R. Lord .... propmaker (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Josh Bower .... boom operator (additional photography)
Barney Cabral .... supervising sound editor
Patrick Cyccone Jr. .... sound re-recording mixer
Paul Drenning .... adr mixer
Rickley W. Dumm .... sound effects editor
Richard Dwan Jr. .... supervising dialogue editor
Alan Freedman .... adr mixer
Michael Kreple .... foley mixer
Daniel J. Leahy .... sound re-recording mixer
Brian Magerkurth .... sound mix technician
Cynthia Merrill .... foley artist
Sterling Moore .... utility sound
Nick Neutra .... foley supervisor
Rick Owens .... foley artist
Perry Robertson .... supervising sound editor
Brian Robinson .... boom operator
Buck Robinson .... sound mixer
Scott Sanders .... supervising sound designer
Steve Schatz .... sound mixing recordist: predubs
Eric Thompson .... adr mixer
Kevin Zimmerman .... assistant sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Rachel Leigh Arnold .... graphic designer
Mark R. Byers .... special effects coordinator (as Mark Byers)
Wayne Toth .... special effects makeup
Tom von Badinski .... special effects foreman
 
Visual Effects by
Jamie Baxter .... digital compositor
Ryan Beadle .... digital I/O
Samuel M. Dabbs .... digital compositor
Shaina Holmes .... digital compositor
Nicholas Kim .... digital compositor
Paulina Kuszta .... visual effects coordinator
Amani Williams .... digital compositor
 
Stunts
Michael H. Barnett .... stunt player (as Michael Barnett)
Alex Brown .... stunt driver
Allison Caetano .... stunt player
Gokor Chivichyan .... stunt player
Christy Cotton .... stunt player
Lori Crowder .... stunt driver
Ashley Cusato .... stunt player
Casey Hendershot .... stunt player
Sara Holden .... stunt driver
Rawn Hutchinson .... stunt coordinator
Irving E. Lewis .... stunt player (as Irving Lewis)
James Logan .... stunt player
Deborah L. Mazor .... stunt player (as Debbie Mazor)
Cassandra McCormick .... stunt player
Chris Nielsen .... stunt driver
Brandon Sebek .... stunt player
Michelle Sebek .... stunt player
Tim Sitarz .... stunt player
Jay Torrez .... stunt player
Joe Davis .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Daeg Faerch .... stunts (uncredited)
Casey Hendershot .... stunt double: Tyler Mane (uncredited)
Shawn Lane .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Deborah L. Mazor .... stunt double: Daryl Sabara (uncredited)
Cassandra McCormick .... stunt double: Hanna R. Hall (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Marsha Blackburn .... still photographer
Curtis Bradford .... chief lighting technician
James Brownlee .... grip
George Canaday .... second company grip
Anthony Cobbs .... additional camera operator
Hector Corona .... electrician
Michael Cruickshank .... second assistant camera: orange team
David Daniel .... camera operator: "a" camera
Bryan Delorenzo .... film loader
Daryl Didier .... electrician
Steve Gilbert .... rigging grip
Josh Gundling .... second assistant camera (as Josh Gundling Williamson)
Matt Hawkins .... rigging grip
Timothy Hedgecock .... assistant chief lighting technician (as Tim Hedgecock)
Craig Hudgins .... rigging grip
Steve Irwin .... 24 frame video operator
Alexandra Kanal Matheson .... additional camera loader (as Alexandra Kanal)
Benjamin Kilmer .... grip (as Ben Kilmer)
Kenny King .... second company rigging grip
Matthew Kistenmacher .... rigging electrician
Matthew F. Leonetti .... additional photographer
Jay Levy .... first assistant camera
Justin M. Lubin .... still photographer: pre-production
Daniel L. Magat .... electrician (as Dan Magat)
Chris Martin .... assistant chief rigging electrician
BJ McDonnell .... Steadicam operator
BJ McDonnell .... camera operator: "b" camera
Cameron Lee Michael .... rigging electrician (as Cameron Michael)
Greg Mitchell .... video assist operator
Mike Montgomery .... grip
Kathryn Moss .... additional loader (as Kathryn Comkowycz)
Robert Murphy .... electrician (as Rob Murphy)
Robert Novelli .... rigging electrician (as Rob Novelli)
Rich Paisley .... rigging electrician
Vince Palomino .... first company grip
Scott Parent .... first company rigging grip
Damien Perez .... rigging grip
Michael Piekutowski .... rigging electrician
Ernesto Pérez .... grip (as Ernesto Perez)
Steve Rollins .... electrician
Aaron Schulte .... chief rigging electrician
Tom Schurke .... 24 frame playback supervisor
Grant Smith .... grip
James Sprattley .... first assistant camera: black team
Art Villasenor .... technocrane technician
Chris Walden .... generator operator
Nate Wayman .... grip
Kevin Wilt .... electrician
Mark Carlile .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Chris Cotterman .... grip (uncredited)
Aaron Schnobrich .... lighting technician (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Barbara Harris .... adr voice casting
Gene Vassilaros .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Artemio Carpio .... costumer
Ivory Stanton .... head costume ager/dyer
Jennifer Wolf .... costumer
 
Editorial Department
Brian Hayashi .... post-production assistant
Matthew W. Johnson .... iq artist
Joel T. Pashby .... associate editor
Joe Patnaud .... post-production assistant
Matthew Schmidt .... assistant editor
Dennis Virkler .... additional film editor
Scott Freeman .... digitizer (uncredited)
 
Music Department
John Carpenter .... composer: theme music
Amy Decker .... music coordinator
Michael Farrow .... scoring mixer
Darrell Hall .... music editor
Tom Rowland .... music supervisor
Robin Urdang .... music consultant
Tim Williams .... conductor
Tim Williams .... orchestrator
Rob Zombie .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Rich Bennetti .... transportation
Rob Byer .... transportation office coordinator
Jack R. Campbell .... driver
Matt DeAmicis .... driver (as Matthew DeAmicis)
Dan Gearhart .... driver
Barry E. Golob .... driver
Billy R. Hass .... transportation co-captain
Jeff Hatten .... driver
Darrell Janson .... driver
Jerry McMullan .... driver
Tony Mercier .... driver
David Muntz .... driver
Kelly Murphy .... transportation
Tina Peterson .... driver
Tommy Rizzo .... driver
Richard C. Ryan .... transportation coordinator: additional photography
Vicki Sousa .... driver
Brian Stackhouse .... driver
Paul Stanbrough .... driver
Chuck Tomasello .... driver
Wayne Williams .... transportation coordinator
Randall Wolff .... driver
 
Other crew
Renato Avenia .... stand-in: Michael Myers
Hunt Baker .... stand-in: Paul
Michael Beatrice .... assistant accountant
Paul Belenardo .... production accountant
John Bocchicchio .... set medic
Adrian Lee Borden .... stand-in: Laurie Strode (as Adrien Borden)
Alexander T. Carey .... production assistant
Justin Carville .... first assistant accountant
Peter Chase .... craft service
Lana Dandan .... set production assistant
Srdjan Dobic .... set production assistant
Jennifer Dunn .... stand-in: Deborah Myers
Diane Durant .... script supervisor
Glen Evans .... assistant: Mr. Zombie
Jonn Faircrest .... stand-in: Dr. Samuel Loomis
Patrick Fogarty .... production assistant
Alex Franklin .... development executive
Jonathan Fuhrman .... executive in charge of business and legal affairs
Karen E. Gilbert .... key assistant location manager
Jason Michael Hatfield .... assistant to director
Jason Michael Hatfield .... assistant: Rob Zombie, additional photography
Justin Haut .... assistant production coordinator
Nicholas Hiles .... production assistant
Shawn Hueston .... assistant location manager
Michael G. Kehoe .... key craft service (as Michael Kehoe)
Angela Kodicek .... stand-in: Deborah Myers
Dena Kollar .... stand-in: Michael Myers, age 10
Erin Kolpek .... stand-in: Tommy Doyal
Christian Labarta .... set production assistant
Ashley Lamont .... production assistant
Louis A. Lanni .... set production assistant
Sheila Louie .... rigging medic
Jeff Maynard .... post executive
Julian Meiojas .... production assistant
Don Mink .... post-production accountant
Sammy Montana .... assistant: Mr. Akkad
Michael Neale .... location manager
Mark Noland .... production assistant
Josh Novak .... production assistant
Peter Onsmark .... set production assistant
James Payne .... production accountant
Jeremy Platt .... production executive
Karen Shane .... second assistant accountant
Andrew Stahl .... production assistant
Jessica Jane Stewart .... production assistant
Chris Stiles .... production assistant
Sophia Tapia .... payroll accountant
Nate Taylor .... key assistant location manager
Ronnie Vaccaro .... stand-in: Sheriff Brackett (as Ron Vaccaro)
Sasha Veneziano .... assistant production coordinator
J.D. Woods .... production assistant
Alex L. Worman .... unit publicist
Donald E. Wygal .... production coordinator
Hans Hernke .... photo double: Adam Weisman (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Rima Akkad Monla .... thanks
Moustapha Akkad .... in memory of
Patricia Akkad .... thanks
Moustapha Monla .... thanks
Tarek Monla .... thanks
Ziad Monla .... thanks
 

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Also Known As:
"Rob Zombie's Halloween" - USA (complete title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for strong brutal bloody violence and terror throughout, sexual content, graphic nudity and language
Runtime:
109 min | USA:121 min (unrated version) | Brazil:83 min (cut version)
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Certification:
Argentina:16 | Australia:R | Australia:MA (cable rating) | Brazil:14 (cut) | Brazil:18 (video rating) | Canada:18A (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Nova Scotia) | Canada:18A (Ontario) | Canada:16+ (Quebec) | Finland:K-18 | France:16 | Germany:Not Rated (SPIO/JK) (uncut) | Germany:18 (cut) | Hong Kong:III | Iceland:16 | Ireland:18 | Italy:VM14 | Italy:VM18 (uncut version) | Japan:R-15 | Malaysia:18PL (heavily cut) | Netherlands:16 | New Zealand:R18 | Norway:18 | Philippines:R-13 (cut) | Portugal:M/18 | Singapore:M18 | South Korea:18 | Spain:18 | Taiwan:R-18 | UK:18 | USA:R (certificate #43755)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Tyler Mane is the tallest actor to portray Michael Myers at a height of 6'9.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Michael and Big Joe Grizzly fight in the bathroom stall, Michael slams him into the stall wall which collapses into the other stall. In the next scene, before Myers takes the overalls, you can see that the stall wall is back up and only slightly dented.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Michael Myers - Child:Come on, sweetie pie. Morning, Elvis. You're a pretty Elvis, aren't you? Yes, you are.
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Movie Connections:
Features House on Haunted Hill (1959)See more »
Soundtrack:
HalloweenSee more »

FAQ

What have critics said?
How did Doctor Loomis know the exact location of the Myers House, even though he had never been to Haddonfield before?
Where were Bill Moseley, Leslie Easterbrook, and Tom Towles in the film?
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451 out of 691 people found the following review useful.
Rob Zombie tries to give a monster a soul., 31 August 2007
Author: MovieAddict2014 from UK

On paper, a "Halloween" remake looked interesting. Zombie tries to go back to the character's origin and reinvent him - it's a recent trend in Hollywood ("Batman Begins," "Casino Royale," the upcoming "Incredible Hulk," etc.), so it's not quite surprising that Hollywood greenlit the project and it got the push it received.

But the problem that arises while doing this with "Halloween" is that it comes into conflict with the concept of Michael being purely evil. Although I can understand what Zombie was trying to do by exploring Michael's background, it contradicts the whole point of the original. By providing a reason and displaying a human character on screen, you give the character a soul - and despite what Zombie may claim, this does NOT make Michael scarier. It makes him an average movie serial killer: a guy with a messed up life as a kid who snaps one day and goes on a killing rampage.

Is it scary? No. Gory? Yes. Realistic? At first. And if it were a movie about a serial killer, it would work. But it's not. This is a movie about a monster, a soulless creature; a boogeyman, as per the original film. Monsters aren't scary when we know they're flesh and blood.

Carpenter had a way of framing the action in the original movie. Michael stalks Laurie in her hometown, but we never see any real flesh behind the mask, we never really see him moving around like a normal human being. But we do here. He stands in the middle of an open road, in front of three teenage girls walking home from school, and they all see him. He stands there for a few moments, then trudges away off-screen. We actually see him walk away, instead of just appearing and disappearing as he did in the original film. Which method is scarier? The answer is clear.

Zombie spends 40 minutes or so building up Michael's character before he escapes from the ward. We see him killing animals as a child (and torturing them, too), a stupid subplot with his mom as a stripper and a typical school bully, and a promiscuous sister. The sexual talk is frank and disgusting - the mom's boyfriend (husband?) is talking about how cute her daughter's butt is, and at this point in the film we're not sure whether he might even be the father. It's just shock for shock value. Zombie has a tendency of this - blunt violence and blunt dialogue combined - and in a film like this, it seems cheap and fake and unnecessary. The heavy emphasis placed on the swearing - and I mean this literally (as in, the actors place a noticeable emphasis on the profanity they use) is almost unintentionally funny. Zombie cast his wife in the role of Michael's mother, and she can't act at all.

Donald Pleasence got stuck with the most unfortunate lines from the original film, but we were willing to forgive bad dialogue because of how well-made the film was otherwise. Here, Malcolm McDowell gets the worst of two worlds: he gets to handle an under-characterization with bad, bad, BAD dialogue AND a generally weak film to boot. The sequences with McDowell's version of Loomis are all completely clichéd - Zombie clearly writes his dialogue based on other films' dialogue. The "intimate" scenes at the mental ward between Loomis and Michael are awful. McDowell struggles with typicalities of the genre, such as the Dr. Who Wasted His Own Life By Devoting It To Someone Else's (he explains to Michael that his wife left him and he has no friends because of how involved he became with the case - and the dialogue itself is straight from any cop-vs.-killer flick). The recent film "Zodiac" had a similar theme of men losing their personal lives due to obsession over a murderer, but it was handled better. The whole Loomis character should have been dropped from the remake if all Zombie wanted to do with him was use him as a deus ex machina, by the way.

Overall, this feels like a redneck version of "Halloween," which is going to offend some people, but I can't think of any better way to describe it. It's trashy, vulgar, and silly - and hey, that's fine, if that's Rob Zombie's motif and he wants to make movies pandering towards that sort of audience. I have nothing against it, and I think it may work with some films - I can imagine him making a good re-do of "Natural Born Killers" (although I hope it never, never happens!).

However, when you're remaking an iconic, legendary, incredibly influential horror film - don't cheapen it by "reimagining" it with horror movie clichés and shock-value material. The very worst aspect of this remake is that it simply isn't scary at all - it's a typical slasher flick, a homicidal-man-on-a-rampage flick, which ironically is exactly what Zombie said he wanted to avoid.

The first film was eerie, spooky, and unnerving because Michael's motivations were cloudy and we weren't sure whether Laurie was right or wrong when she said he was the boogeyman. We only knew one thing: he wasn't entirely human.

But ever since that original movie, the filmmakers have attempted to keep expanding upon Michael's history: the second film developed a motivation for his killings (Laurie was his sister), the fourth offered more clues at his background, and now we come full circle with a complete remake of the original film.

Michael's true demonic core - the natural horror element of the series - is stripped bare and all that is left is a disturbed, abnormally tall redneck with greasy hair who hasn't showered in years wearing a silly mask going around killing people because he had an abusive family life as a child. Some things are better left unexplored.

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