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Halloween II (2009)
Mr. Zombie is currently the worst modern director..
I was cruising into the drive-in theater this evening when I noticed that Halloween 2 (this movie) was just ending. I probably saw approximately the last 5 minutes or so. Let me assure you that was all I needed to see to confirm my suspicions about this film.
Quite frankly, this film is the lamest, most insipid piece of "horror" trash ever to disgrace the stage. If the previous 96 minutes were anything like the big "dramatic" conclusion of this film, then it has to be in the running for worst horror movie of the decade.
Mr. Zombie, please stop making trash like this and ripping off the general public who does not know any better. You fixate way too long on certain scenes that don't need much attention. Your story here was utterly cliché and boring. Where is the inventiveness? Why should we care? We shouldn't and we do not. You were simply out to make a quick buck at our expense. There is nothing in this film that has not been done before and done much better. You are a hack director, sir. Either learn what makes a great movie or simply don't make them anymore. After this clunker, I think you will be hard pressed to get a nickel from any studio.
I just don't understand how this film could go through all its stages of production without anyone ever stopping and stating the obvious: "Wow, this is a mammoth piece of doo-doo!" I would feel like I had robbed my audience if I produced such a film and charged others to see it.
Do you get my gist, Mr. Zombie? At your core, you are nothing more than a thief and a no-talent hack. Whatever talent and creativity you've shown in the past (which has been very minimal) is now completely out the window.
My suggestion? Find another profession or go back to making your awful, loud, angry, violent, screaming "music". Hey, that sums up just about all your films: awful, loud, angry, violent, and garbled. Interesting how those two are so similar. Well, I hope you think about this flawed piece of garbage and work a little harder next time. Maybe if you produced a really good movie, you would actually attract loyal fans who weren't 12 year old kids lost at the movie theater.
Good Day, Sir!