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Vicky sacrifices herself to protect Julian. Deputy Hawkins and Laurie overhear the incident on the radio and go over to the house. Laurie sees Michael, coming face-to-face with him for the first time in 40 years.
Laurie shoots Michael in the shoulder before he flees. Meanwhile, on the walk home from the party, Michael finds and kills Oscar, and Hawkins and Sartain arrive just in time to rescue Allyson.
Hawkins then tries to kill Michael but Sartain — who has become obsessed with Michael's enigmatic motivations — attacks and leaves Hawkins for dead, and it is revealed that he orchestrated Michael's escape in order to be able to study him "in the wild".
However, Michael kills Sartain and Allyson flees from the scene. Michael then ambushes and kills two police officers arriving at the scene.
Michael drives the dead officers' car to Laurie's house, where she and Karen have gone to meet with Allyson. When Laurie's son-in-law Ray goes outside to greet who he believes are the two officers, Michael strangles him to death.
Laurie manages to get Karen to safety before she engages in a showdown with Michael. Laurie severely injures Michael, but then he stabs her in the abdomen and pushes her over a balcony.
When Michael goes to check Laurie's body, he finds it missing. Allyson arrives and calls out for her grandmother, luring Michael and giving Karen the opportunity to shoot him in the jaw.
Laurie suddenly reappears and attacks Michael, trapping him inside the basement safe room with Karen and Allyson's help. The trio set the house ablaze, and Laurie says goodbye to Michael before she begins to faint and let her daughters quickly hitchhike a passerby vehicle to take her to the hospital.
A final shot of the burning basement is shown, with Michael nowhere in sight. In a post-credits scene , Michael's breathing is heard, indicating that he survived.
At the time, no director or writer was attached to the project. Originally, Patrick Lussier and Todd Farmer were set as writers, but dropped out due to their involvement with a Hellraiser reboot.
The film was to pick up where the final frame of its predecessor left off, and would pay homage to the original version of Michael Myers from the film.
In February , Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan were reported as writing a new Halloween film, described as a "recalibration" rather than a reboot , which Malek Akkad and Matt Stein were producing.
It would have been a standalone film set to reintroduce audiences to Michael Myers years after his initial rampage from Halloween and 's Halloween II , as he was confronted by a new generation of victims while on death row.
On October 22, , producer Malek Akkad revealed that the production of Halloween Returns had been postponed, stating that the extra time would result in a better film.
We've had to take a step back and now we're trying to re-figure this beast that is the new Halloween. So there is a bit of a delay, but this new Halloween isn't going to be quite what has been announced and what people are expecting, so we're making some changes there as well.
In December , it was announced that Dimension Films no longer had the filming rights to Halloween , after Halloween Returns failed to go into production on schedule.
On May 24, , Blumhouse Productions and Miramax were announced to be co-financing a new film, with Universal Pictures distributing through the studio's output deal with Blumhouse.
Blumhouse CEO Jason Blum called the original Halloween a milestone that had influenced the company to begin making horror films , "The great Malek Akkad and John Carpenter have a special place in the hearts of all genre fans and we are so excited that Miramax brought us together.
When John Carpenter, who had co-written the first two Halloween films with Debra Hill and directed the original, signed on as an executive producer in , he described his intention: "Thirty-eight years after the original Halloween , I'm going to help to try to make the 10th sequel the scariest of them all.
So, you know, stop throwing rocks from the sidelines and get in there and try to do something positive. Rather than reboot the series again, they initially chose to focus primarily on continuing the mythology of the first two films when developing the story,  with Danny McBride stating, "We all came to the decision that remaking something that already works isn't a good idea.
So we just have a reimagining instead. The story was eventually fleshed out so that all of the sequels were ignored from the new film's continuity , and the ending of the first film was retconned in what McBride likened to an alternate reality.
It was nicer than knowing you're working on Halloween 11 , it just seemed cooler, 'we're making Halloween 2 '.
For fans, we pay homage and respect to every Halloween that has been out there. McBride further elaborated that "I think there was, like, maybe one joke on the page, but the rest is straight horror.
No major steps were taken without Carpenter's approval, including the acceptance of the initial pitch and bringing back actress Jamie Lee Curtis.
Displeased with Rob Zombie 's re-imagining and added backstory of murderer Michael Myers, Carpenter wanted to take the character back to his more mysterious roots, describing him as "a force of nature.
He's supposed to be almost supernatural. It was just very simple and just achieved that level of horror that wasn't turning Michael Myers into some being that couldn't be killed.
I want to be scared by something that I really think could happen. I think it's much more horrifying to be scared by someone standing in the shadows while you're taking the trash out.
Early on, the script for the film had Laurie's daughter Jamie Lloyd from the original continuity's Halloween 4 and Halloween 5 appear alongside Laurie for the first time.
However, subsequent rewrites changed her to 'Karen'. As such, they intentionally ignored that aspect of the lore. When a friend hints that they heard Michael was Laurie's brother, Allyson replies, "No, it was not her brother, that was something people made up.
It's the original story in many, many, many ways. Just retold 40 years later with my granddaughter. Danielle Harris, who played Jamie Lloyd in the original continuity's Halloween 4 and Halloween 5 , contacted Blumhouse with the offer to reprise her role in some way, but the studio went with a different daughter character even though she had begun life as Jamie in the script, to Harris and certain horror publications' disappointment: "I was okay with it when she had a son And it's not Jamie.
It's just kind of a bummer, I guess. On December 20, , it was announced that Nick Castle, who had portrayed Michael Myers in the original film, would reprise his role, with actor and stuntman James Jude Courtney set to portray Myers as well.
Green explained to him his vision for Myers's mannerisms, an amalgamation of Castle's original performance and the addition of an efficient cat -like style of movement.
Courtney tailored his portrayal to those specifications from observing an actual cat, "I think cats are the most perfect hunting machines on the planet.
And the beauty of it is we don't judge a cat for what a cat does. So I sort of carried that movement and the non-judgmental approach to the way I moved as The Shape, which I learned from my cat Parcival.
Courtney used John Carpenter and Castle's work on the original film to determine how the 40 years that transpired between the events of the films would inform the character over time.
However, a interview with Courtney revealed that Castle's screentime was minimal and that the great majority of the work under the mask was done by Courtney himself, which led to the question of whether the return of original Myers portrayer Nick Castle had been misrepresented by the production.
They fleshed out the relationship of Jamie's character with her daughter and her granddaughter. And they made some choices that I think are really bold choices about who these people are and why they are the way they are now.
On July 27, , it was announced that a sound-alike actor would provide a voice-over for Dr. Sam Loomis , who was originally portrayed by Donald Pleasence.
Loomis is heard giving advice that Michael be executed, claiming that Michael needed to be killed because there was no point in keeping evil alive.
Loomis is featured in a vocal cameo when Aaron and Dana listen to a recording of Loomis, made three months after the events of the original film.
Loomis is voiced by sound-alike comedian Colin Mahan. Additionally, P. Soles , who had portrayed Lynda van der Klok, Michael's final victim in the original film, was cast in a spoken cameo role as a teacher.
Principal production began on January 13, in Charleston, South Carolina. Originally, it was set to begin in late October ,   but was delayed until January.
Filming once again took place in Charleston. Courtney had a week of rehearsal before filming began. Nelson used a life cast of his face to construct the Michael Myers mask and other prosthetics worn by the actor.
Castle expressed that it was the filmmakers' intention to maintain the atmosphere of the original and that, like the film, "it's very neighborhood-centric It was the first thing out of their mouths really: 'We want to do it like John [Carpenter] did it.
Nelson accompanied Courtney throughout filming, providing him with acting advice from his own knowledge of the characters of the Halloween films.
Collaborating with fellow make-up effects artist Vincent Van Dyke, some of his designs and concepts were initially rejected due to legal complications, which were later straightened out as he began his work on the film.
Rather than trying to copy the design of the original mask, he intended on recapturing what he described as the visual "feeling" of it. Because the film is set forty years after the events of the original, he studied the decomposition and wrinkling of forty-year-old masks over time while outlining his take on Myers's look, "You're not creating just a mask.
You're creating a feeling that you get that does have an expression But also the mask looks completely different in every single angle it's ever been photographed at, and I wanted that feeling too.
Regarding his take on the sequel, he said, "I'll be consulting with the director to see what he feels. I could create a new score, we could update the old score and amplify it, or we could combine those two things.
I'll have to see the movie to see what it requires. Halloween had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 8, , as part of its Midnight Madness section.
She has carried the trauma and PTSD of someone who was attacked [ And this is a person who has been waiting 40 years [for the chance].
The first trailer for the film was released on June 8, , followed by a second trailer on September 5, Trick or Treat Studios obtained the official costume licensing rights for the film.
Both Nelson and Vincent Van Dyke joined their design team, who used toolings from the screen-used mold of Michael Myers's mask to adapt it for mass market sale.
With its weekend performance alone, the film became the highest-grossing of the franchise. The website's critical consensus reads, " Halloween largely wipes the slate clean after decades of disappointing sequels, ignoring increasingly elaborate mythology in favor of basic — yet still effective — ingredients.
Peter Debruge of Variety felt that the film brings the series back to its roots, calling it "an act of fan service disguised as a horror movie.
The fact it works as both means that [director] Green [ And in this capacity, Halloween doesn't disappoint". In a mixed review, Eric Kohn of IndieWire criticized the film's dialogue and staging, but said "Carpenter's own Halloween was itself a bumpy ride, made on the cheap, but carried along by the director's firm grasp on his potent themes.
The new one works overtime to keep them intact, while communing with the first installment in every possible way — from that famously creepy synth score to the blocky orange credits that bookend the story".
Carpenter's movie is so tautly refined that the sometimes incompetent slackness of this one is all the more frustrating. As is the complete lack of atmosphere, another strength of the original".
In June , McBride confirmed that he and Green had originally intended to pitch two films that would be shot back-to-back, and then decided against it, waiting to see the reaction to the first film: "We were going to shoot two of them back-to-back.
Then we were like, 'Well, let's not get ahead of ourselves. This could come out, and everyone could hate us, and we'd never work again.
So, let's not have to sit around for a year while we wait for another movie to come out that we know people aren't going to like.
In September , producer Jason Blum said that "we will do a sequel if the movie performs". In February , Collider exclusively confirmed Scott Teems was in talks as the screenwriter, having collaborated with Blumhouse Productions on several projects in development.
Teems had also written a story treatment for the film prior to the negotiations. Blum, Akkad and Block will return as producers, while Curtis, Greer and Matichak are expected to reprise their roles.
In June , it was reported that a sequel would begin filming in September , with Green returning to write the script and direct and Curtis, Greer, and Matichak reprising their roles from the film.
Green will direct both films and co-write the scripts with McBride, and Curtis will reprise her role in both films.
On July 26, , it was confirmed that Nick Castle will return for both sequels for some scenes as Michael Myers with James Jude Courtney again playing Myers for the majority of the films.
Halloween Kills will now release on October 15, , while Halloween Ends will now release on October 14, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is the latest accepted revision , reviewed on 4 November For other uses, see Halloween disambiguation.
Theatrical release poster. Release date. Running time. Main article: List of Halloween characters. Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode , the sole survivor of Michael Myers' killing spree, suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Will Patton as Deputy Frank Hawkins, a sheriff's deputy who teams up with Laurie in an effort to kill Michael once and for all. He is revealed to have arrested Michael following his killing spree in Haluk Bilginer as Dr.
Ranbir Sartain, Michael's psychiatrist and Samuel Loomis 's former student. Virginia Gardner as Vicky, Allyson's best friend.
Jefferson Hall as Aaron Korey, a true crime podcaster and Dana's partner. Rhian Rees as Dana Haines, a true-crime podcaster and Aaron's partner. Miles Robbins as Dave, Vicky's boyfriend.
Omar Dorsey as Sheriff Barker, Haddonfield's sheriff. Jibrail Nantambu as Julian Morrisey, a little boy whom Vicky babysits. Electronic rock film score.
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Loomis, having continued to treat Michael over the years, attempts to move forward with his life and closes Michael's case. Later, Michael escapes from Smith's Grove, killing the guards and hospital staff in the process.
He then kills a truck driver for his clothes and makes his way back to Haddonfield. On Halloween, Michael arrives at his now-abandoned childhood home, where he recovers the kitchen knife and Halloween mask he stored under the floorboards the night he killed his sister.
Throughout the day, Laurie witnesses Michael watching her from a distance. Later that night, Lynda meets up with her boyfriend Bob Simms at Michael's abandoned home.
Michael appears, murders them, and then heads to the Strode home, while Laurie is babysitting Tommy Doyle, where he murders her parents Mason and Cynthia.
Loomis, having been alerted of Michael's escape, arrives in Haddonfield looking for Michael. Loomis and Brackett head to the Strode home, with Brackett explaining along the way that Laurie is really Michael's baby sister, having been adopted by the Strodes following their mother's suicide.
After convincing Laurie to babysit Lindsey Wallace while spending time with her boyfriend Paul, Annie is attacked by Michael after he kills Paul at the Wallace residence.
Bringing Lindsey home, Laurie finds Annie badly injured on the floor but still alive, and calls for help. Michael attacks Laurie and chases her back to the Doyle residence.
Loomis and Brackett heard the call over the radio and head toward the Wallace residence. Michael kidnaps Laurie and takes her back to their old home.
He tries to show Laurie that she is his sister, presenting a picture of them with their mother. Unable to understand, Laurie stabs Michael before escaping the house; Michael chases after her, but Loomis arrives and shoots him three times.
Recovering, Michael recaptures Laurie and heads back to the house. Loomis intervenes, but Michael subdues him.
Laurie takes the gun and runs upstairs, but Michael corners her on a balcony and charges her head-on, knocking both of them over the railing.
Laurie awakens on top of an unconscious Michael. Laurie aims the gun at Michael, with Michael's hand grabbing her wrist just as the gun is fired.
Zombie, who was a fan of the original Halloween , jumped at the chance to make a Halloween film for Dimension Studios. Zombie's intention was to reinvent Michael Myers because he felt the character, along with Freddy Krueger , Jason Voorhees , and Pinhead , had become more familiar to audiences, and as a result, less scary.
He also wanted the young Michael to have charisma , which would be projected onto the adult Michael.
In addition, he decided that Michael's motives for returning to Haddonfield would be more ambiguous, explaining, "[W]as he trying to kill Laurie, or just find her because he loves her?
Zombie originally planned to have the adult Michael speak to Laurie in the film's finale, simply saying his childhood nickname for her, "Boo".
Zombie explained that this version was not used because he was afraid having the character talk at that point would demystify him too much, and because the act of Michael handing Laurie the photograph of them together was enough.
Moreover, Michael would not be able to drive in the new film, unlike his counterpart who stole Loomis' car so that he could drive back to Haddonfield.
Loomis character was also to be more intertwined with that of Michael; Zombie reasoned that the character's role in the original was "showing up merely to say something dramatic".
Not since has The Shape looked so good". There was just something about her; she had a genuine quality. She didn't seem actor-y.
A contest was held for a walk-on role in the film, at the time called Halloween 9 ; it was won by Heather Bowen. Despite Loomis' protests, however, Michael is killed shortly afterwards in a hail of gunfire, and the film ends with Loomis looking down sadly at his former patient's corpse.
Approximately four days before the theatrical release of the film, a workprint version of Halloween appeared online and was circulated around various BitTorrent sites.
Upon hearing of the leaked copy, Zombie stated that whatever version had been leaked was an older version of the film, unlike what was about to be released in theaters.
For example, one particular scene—the rape of one of the Smith's Grove female inmates—was replaced in the final version. Following its first Friday after its opening weekend, Halloween saw a Woodcock in foreign markets on the weekend of September 29, Peter Hartlaub, of the San Francisco Chronicle , felt Zombie was successful in both "[putting] his own spin on Halloween , while at the same time paying tribute to Carpenter's film"; he thought Zombie managed to make Michael Myers almost "sympathetic" as a child, but that the last third of the film felt more like a montage of scenes with Halloween slipping into "slasher-film logic".
In short, Turner stated that performances from the cast were "superb", with Malcolm McDowell being perfectly cast as Dr. Loomis, but that the film lacked the scare value of Carpenter's original.
New York Daily News critic Jack Matthews believed the film lacked tension, and went more for cheap shocks—focusing more on enhancing the "imagery of violence"—than real attempts to scare the audience; he gave the film one and a half stars out of five.
Frank Scheck, of The Hollywood Reporter , believed that even though Zombie's remake of Carpenter's Halloween was better than getting another sequel in the long running franchise it still was not comparable to the original.
For Scheck, Zombie replaced Carpenter's building suspense, which made it so "brilliant", with graphic violence and extended scenes of nudity; he also criticized McDowell for lacking the intensity that Donald Pleasence brought to the Loomis character.
Fox noted that Zombie seemed to follow more in the footsteps of Wes Craven and Tobe Hooper 's "savage, greasy-haired '70s" films, which allowed him to bring Michael back to his roots and successfully terrify an audience which has grown accustomed to the recent " torture porn " horror films.
Halloween won the Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Award for Best Film of , drawing in votes, the most ever in the history of the award.
Mathews went on to say, "Hopefully, with the attention focused by your movie on the link between cruelty to animals and human violence, more people will recognize the warning signs among people they know and deal with them more forcefully.
We wish you continued success! He later clarified that he is on good terms with Zombie. I don't care about that.
He's supposed to be a force of nature. He's supposed to be almost supernatural. The film was nominated for multiple awards for best film and acting.
The film's soundtrack was released on August 21, ; it includes 24 tracks, consisting of 12 dialogue tracks and 12 instrumentals. The album contained both new tracks, as well as ones recycled from the original Halloween and its sequel.
Tyler Bates ' interpretation of John Carpenter 's original Halloween theme is the first musical track, with " Don't Fear The Reaper ," which appeared in the original Halloween , and " Mr.
On December 18, , the film was released on DVD in the United States; both the theatrical minutes and an unrated director's cut minutes were released as two-disc special editions containing identical bonus features.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the next film in the original film series instead of the reboot film, see Halloween film.
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