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For much of Rob Zombie's Halloween II, I thought, "Wow, my man Bob is really struggling to pad time here without the original Halloween source material to adapt." And I still thought that was true to a degree when it was over, but I gained a sort of hard-earned respect for where Zombie attempted to go with this sequel, and the thought he put into it.
Look, Zombie's no genius filmmaker, but he is a real schlock auteur. The bits…
I watched this 13 years ago when it was new on home video, and I did not like it. I was then at the peak of my support for Rob Zombie: Filmmaker, because I loved 2005's The Devil's Rejects.
There are a lot of flaws in that movie and every other movie Zombie has done, the question always winds up being whether or not he does enough that's actually successful to overcome the batch of inevitable decisions that do not…
Not saying anything new, but finally watching this one after years of horror fans in particular defending the film, I can now agree that the idea to turn Halloween into an anthology franchise would have almost certainly been much more fun and artistically interesting than 48 shitty Michael Myers movies. Instead we'd only have, like, 29 shitty Michael Myers movies, because you know someone would have dug him up again anyway, and the Zombie reboots and David Gordon Green reboots…