It's October 30, 1988 and Michael Myers has been in a coma since his pursuit of Laurie Strode, 10 years ago, was finally stopped (events of H1 and H2). However when he is transfered from Richmond Mental Institute to Smith's Grove he awakes when he hears that he has a niece in Haddonfield and after killing the transfer crew he escapes. In Haddonfield, the niece, Jamie, has been adopted by the Carruthers family but keeps having nightmares about Michael (but she doesn't know who he is). On Halloween night, Jamie goes out trick and treating, little knowing that her murdering Uncle is following her and her step-sister Rachel. Rushing to her aid is Dr. Loomis and with the help of Sheriff Meeker starts to search the town for Michael and to find Jamie to protect her. But can anything stop Michael this time?Written by
Lee Horton <Leeh@tcp.co.uk>
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How was the police officer able to back out of his driveway let alone get into his car without seeing Michael, who is portrayed as a pretty tall man laying across his backseat? If you look closely, you can even see him turn his head and adjust his body in order to back out of the driveway so how was he not able to see Michael in his backseat? See more »
I'd assume Dr. Loomis would be here. Michael Myers is still his patient.
If Loomis read memos he'd be here. Fortunately, his position is more ceremonial than medical. And with Myers gone, my hope is that he'll either transfer, retire, or die.
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A well-made Halloween sequel that reintroduces viewers to legendary Michael Myers while also introducing us to Jamie, which is an interesting character in her own right. This film is very memorable and the ending is great!
A must for fans of the series!
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