I personally love thriller movies and have always been a great fan of Halloween, but this one takes the cake. Or should we say slices it. The movie begins with several shots of Haddonfield, extremely beautiful and they get you in the mood for what's coming with the Halloween theme. Michael Myers, after having burned in the ending of Halloween 2, is now in a coma and being moved to another facility. On the way, some people on the ambulance start talking about Michael Myers' niece, Jamie (figures that she is named after Jamie Lee Curtis) and the dormant assasin once again revives. As a little thank-you-for-you-assistance, he kills everyone in the ambulance and dumps it in a murky lake.
Then, we see Jamie, who is living in a foster home. After a short brawl with her sister, she goes to her bedroom, where she encounters Michael Myers in a nightmare (that really freaked me out).
Dr. Loomis, heavily burned and injured after his last encounter with Michael, shows himself as an obsessed hero, he still pursues his idea that Michael is alive and that he must kill him, although everyone thinks that Michael is dead. But then again, when you think about it, if Loomis isn't dead, who wouldn't guess that maybe Michael was still alive.
The most frighting images of the movie come in the central point. Michael is wearing several bandages on his face which give him a mysterious appearance as a looks down on his next victim,a car repair man, and murders him. Then, when Loomis comes to the deserted repair shop and starts looking around, you feel as if Michael is lurking by, ready to pounce, but that isn't what happens.
Well, I've given you a little of the movie, if you want to experience horror at it's maximum, try this one. Not Friday the 13th, Scream, or Nightmare on Elm Street can compare to this one!