Halloween
2D

Halloween

English, Hindi
HorrorSuspenseThriller
26 Oct, 2018
1 hrs 48 mins
66%
2,822 votes
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The story carves a new path from the events in the landmark 1978 film, as Laurie Strode, who comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago.
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Verdict: A worthy showdown, 40 years in the making. Four decades after John Carpenters original Halloween (1978) hit theatres, yet another sequel in the blockbuster franchise has made its way to the theatres. However, David Gordon Greens Halloween (2018) disregards every other film as a direct sequel to the original film. Jamie Lee Curtis returns to what can be considered her most iconic rol... ...Read full review
Halloween, however, is yet another head-scratching choice for Green - by his own admission, him and McBride have ideas for a sequel, so we can probably expect him to play around with his horror dollhouse for the next couple of years and wait to see how that turns out. ...Read full review
Overall, Greens film fails to capture the magic of the original but does give a subtle tribute to the efforts put in by Carpenter to popularise the genre decades ago. ...Read full review
As someone who finds slasher films the least interesting sub-genre of horror, the prospect of a Halloween rehash did not seem very exciting. So it is a pleasant surprise that the reboot turned out to be smarter and far more entertaining than it had any right to be. ...Read full review
If only the film had dedicated more time to this dynamic, Halloween would supersede its prequel. However, some awkward sequences dont fit into the proceedings. There`s a twist that is downright abysmal and seems to have been included merely for a shocking segue that doesnt even last very long. Too many side characters crowd the narrative especially when they dont add much overall, and instead, distract from the main plot. Fortunately, director David Gordon Green has the good sense to steer the film back to a tense, and satisfying climax. By ignoring all the other entries in the franchise and firmly connecting to its original, Halloween revives an almost forgotten sub-genre and gives fans a bloody good time. ...Read full review
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