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If the supplemental features are any indication as to what life was like on the set of Halloween II, every day was either an insurmountable challenge or a laugh riot. Writer-director Rob Zombie's commentary is the most telling of the extras; Zombie details, in rueful but bemused tones, the daily struggle to complete the film with local technicians, driving rain, short days, and punishing weather. He also points out the many shortcuts he was forced to take to see his vision to the screen, and he details the 14 minutes of scenes deleted from the theatrical release (mostly inconsequential, though "The Pit" in the hospital basement is impressively nasty) that constitute the director's cut. Not everything about Halloween II was a chore, as the blooper reel indicates; it's nothing one hasn't seen before (blown takes, misfired props), but it does give the impression that the cast had a good time on the set. Less intriguing are the numerous deleted and extended scenes; there's a considerable amount of prolonged gore in the murder of Lou Martini (Daniel Roebuck), but most of the scenes are comprised of dialogue--not Zombie's strong suit, and since the film is already too long to begin with, the idea of sitting through more tedious scenes might not be appealing to viewers. Audition footage for some of the minor and supporting roles offers passing interest, but the extended "comedy" routines of faux horror movie host Uncle Seymour Coffins, and the multiple music videos by the cleverly named but utterly bland Captain Clegg and the Night Creatures, are forgettable at best. The extras are rounded out by a wealth of Sony movie previews, including District 9, Moon, and The Stepfather. --Paul Gaita
Halloween II continues the story of Halloween in 1978 with Donald Pleasance and Jamie Lee Curtis. Laurie Strode is taken to a hospital and Michael Myers soon follows her after... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jason Hutton
this film is purre rob zombie experience all the way, the difference from the second to the first is they change the actor that plays young Michael not a big deal AT ALL, and also... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tea
The "Holloween 1" remake was great and will be a classic on it's own,
just like the original. But this one was a miss. Read more
The first Halloween movie I ever saw was the 1981 version of Halloween II when I was around 7 years old. Read morePublished on March 12 2012 by Basket Case
This was trash, through and through! There's not much more that can be said other than if you liked this, you're on serious drugs!... Read morePublished on Feb. 15 2012 by S. J. B.
I am a huge rob zombie fan and from the moment I watched the first trailer of this film I knew that I absolutely had to watch this film. Read morePublished on Oct. 18 2011 by Brian L.
Is this Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 or the Orginal Halloween 2. If this is the Original than consider it purchased but since there is no picture or nothing , Im unsure. Read morePublished on Jan. 19 2010 by Brent M. Corbin
Rob Zombie's 2007 remake of the original Halloween movie came as a surprise to me, I didn't think I would end up enjoying it, in fact I thought it would be the opposite. Read morePublished on Jan. 17 2010 by T. Skylar