Aug 19, 2009 Halloween didn't go quite as sadistically twisted, but the rape scene(I have the unrated version of the movie, don't know if its in the theatrical or not) was unexpected and hard hitting. I'm curious to see if Rob Zombie will choose to include more rapesexcrazy violence in this one.
Halloween 3 saw the franchise unsuccessfully try to dump Myers and become an anthology, 46 played host to Myers' return and stalking of his niece Jamie, H20 and Resurrection ignored 46, and then Rob Zombie came along to make two Halloween films entirely unrelated from the rest. Variety, 2007" And by todays standards, Halloween is probably the best American created horror movie in a couple years" Peter Sciretta, 2007" Zombie puts his own spin on" Halloween, " while at the same time paying tribute to Carpenter's film, and he's mostly successful at both.
" Peter Hartlaub, 2007. so, halloween 2, as directed by rob zombie: honestly, i loathed rob's first halloween. i thought it was boring, needlessly violent, and a generally uneven attempt to pay homage to carpenter's, while adding his own, new material.
but i love rob's other flicks and his music, so i gave halloween 2 a whirl and loved it. i couldn't stop thinking about it. it Sep 15, 2016 Watch video The Zombie Horror Picture Show is the first concert film by metal artist Rob Zombie, released May 19, 2014 on DVD and Bluray. Track list. Teenage Nosferatu Pussy. Rob Zombies two Halloween movies have more than their fair share of ardent supporters, frequently making the cut on lists of the best horror movies made since the year 2000.
John Aug 17, 2012 Probably the best and funniest scene from Rob Zombie's Halloween. Rob Zombie's" reimagining" follows the premise of John Carpenter's original, On its opening day, Halloween grossed 10, 896, 610, but that the last third of the film felt more like a montage of scenes with Halloween slipping into" slasherfilm logic".
Find Halloween 2 [Import anglais at Amazon. com Movies& TV, The opening is amazing. It shifts in greatness after the opening (you'll see).
Regardless, the movie carries it's gore through the end. This is undoubtedly the most violent Halloween movie yet. Not as good as the first Rob Zombie Halloween movie but still worth the time Halloween II is a 2009 American slasher film written, directed, and produced by Rob Zombie. The film is a sequel to Zombie's 2007 remake of 1978's Halloween, and the tenth installment of the franchise.