08-16-2012 06:57 PM #1
'Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers' - High-Def Digest Review
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08-17-2012 12:39 PM #2
this movie also has the distinction for having what i believe to be the worst Meyers mask of the entire franchise. outside of being white with brown hair, it looks nothing like the original. in fact all the sequels seemed to have trouble recreating it. i heard they lost the original one so its not like they could mold a new one but then the zombie movies come along and it looks near identical to the original...so its sad to see it wasnt about ability but just lack of desire and/or money. lol
the funniest part is that the mask for the posters of both 4 and 5 looks pretty good but neither movie looks like that one. lol
08-17-2012 04:26 PM #3
I saw the opening of this movie when I was really young, the part where the little girl draws the dog teeth or whatever happens...really freaked me out.
I saw the rest of the movie a few years ago and it wasn't terrible but also not great. I much prefer the H20 storyline to the curse stuff presented in 5 and 6owner since mid-2007
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08-18-2012 12:45 AM #4HT gear: JVC RS46 3D projector with 147in Hi Power screen, Klipsch RF-7 based 9.1 system, Emotiva XPA5 5 channel amp, Pioneer 1120 reciever, Oppo BDP-95(region free), Xbox 360, Toshiba XA2
08-20-2012 09:27 PM #5
It's been a long time since I've seen #4 & #5, but from what I recall they were a lot better than the reviews here would suggest. Particularly, I thought the occult/ritual angle brought some logic to the whole "is he really the Boogeyman?" question raised at the end of Halloween I (and carried on through all the Halloween movies until the dreadful H20, when he just became another, non-mystical, random 'slasher').A great day to be BLU...
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