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Halloween: Resurrection (2002)
Why, oh WHY!! Did they make this movie?
Why didn't the leave this series alone with H20? That was the perfect ending to the Halloween series. As far as I am concerned the only Halloween movies that are relevant are 1,2 and H20.
Now that been said, my review of the movie: First off the when the nurses are discussing how Myers survived, could that be a weaker and more unbelievable explanation or what? He switched places with an EMT? Michael Myers has been a personification of relentless unstoppable evil, not one who fakes his own death in order to fool everyone. He just simply disappears, and returns later to finish his hellish work. Then the inevitable battle with Laurie Strode, contrived and predictable at best, unbefitting Curti's character at worst.
Then came the predictable "reality TV" approach, set at the old home of Michael Myers himself. Busta Rhymes and Tyra Banks made the movie even worse, neither one can act. The contestants were killed off one by one in a predictable manner, all in all, I give this movie a 1 out of 10. The only reason it rates a one is I couldn't go any lower on the voting scale.
The three "true" Halloween movies sent chills up my spine, and were excellent, ones I enjoy watching over and over. The four "wannabe" Halloween movies aren't worth the celluloid they are printed on.
Storm Watch (2002)
I rented this movie basically because I like Vanessa Marcil. When Netfilx sent me the DVD, at first I didn't want to watch it at all. After about five minutes I was hooked. It has a great storyline, solid acting and even good special effects. Vanessa Marcil was superb as the beautiful but cynical newswoman, and Adrian Paul turns in a teriffic performance as Neville. The rest of the cast did a commendable job as well. If you are looking for a movie that is very entertaining, I highly reccommend this one, perfect for a night spent in front of th Tv.