The nightmare isn't over as unstoppable killer Michael Myers escapes from Laurie Strode's trap to continue his ritual bloodbath. Injured and taken to the hospital, Laurie fights through the pain as she inspires residents of Haddonfield, to rise up against Myers. Taking matters into their own hands, the Strode women and other survivors form a vigilante mob to hunt down Michael and end his reign of terror once and for all.
Given I wasn't a big fan of Halloween 2018, the bar on Halloween Kills was rather low and... pretty much met it. While some of the deaths were pretty gruesome, the rest was kind of bland and character decisions as dumb as others. Like the initial sequel, Halloween II, Jamie Lee Curtis spends the bulk of her time in the hospital. There was also a scene early on when Michael fights a bunch of firefighters just came off as silly looking, maybe because I'm so used to seeing him butcher people one by one, the shot, beyond being clumsily choreographed, showed him taking on 5-6 people; just looked strange. I don't know, there's not a whole lot to this sequel and like Halloween '18, not sure I look forward to revisiting. **2.0/5**
What would happen if a bunch of Trump followers would try to kill Michael Myers? Watch this movie and find out the hard way or take a good nap.
When Halloween (2018) hit the screen, it was a breath of fresh air to the franchise bringing more gore while still maintaining the roots of suspense. This movie does away with the later, making Michael and killing machine in some scenes. Add that with the unnecessary social commentary, forced return of former castmates, and unlikeable characters that make your root for Michael. I was waiting for this movie to end, bad sign. **Verdict:** _Poor_