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Halloween Triple Pack (Halloween - The Curse of Michael Myers | Halloween H20 | Halloween Resurrection)
Halloween Triple Pack
Halloween - The Curse of Michael Myers | Halloween H20 | Halloween Resurrection
Actor: Donald Pleasence
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
UR     2009     4hr 23min

Halloween - The Curse of Michael Myers: — For pulse-pounding suspense and relentless thrills, nothing can match HALLOWEEN: THE CURSE OF MICHAEL MYERS -- one of the most frightening chapters in the chilling HALLOWEEN series!...  more »

     

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Actor: Donald Pleasence
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Sub-Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Studio: Dimension
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 09/08/2009
Release Year: 2009
Run Time: 4hr 23min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 3
SwapaDVD Credits: 3
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 4
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Halloween Triple Pack
A. Pierre | Somewheres | 09/01/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Quick review to the movies in the set

Halloween 6 The Curse of Michael Myers- A good film, at least to me. This is not the uncut version with 45 minutes of deleted scenes just the regular old movie. I still enjoyed the movie, although i'm still waiting for them to release it in an uncut version. Myer's is vicious in this movie and we get to see him rip a guys head off within the first fifteen minutes. The kills in this movie are the only real reason to watch this, better then what Zombie retold for his two Halloween movies. Overall, I enjoyed it and i'm a big Halloween fan.

Halloween H20: Myer sifts through Dr. Loomis's office to find out where his sister is now. He goes cross country to find her and the two sqaure off once again. This was at the height of teen horror mania which meant it hired young, flavor of the month actors and actresses to be killed off. They also seemed to add a washed up rapper (LL Cool J) to everyone of these teen horror films. Anyway, hated the teen cast and LL Cool J but the film is enjoyable when it's just Myers and Laurie facing one anther.

Halloween Resurrection: The worst of the original Halloween franchise. I will admit the first twenty minutes with the final battle of Laurie and Myers is good but then the film goes way off track. A typical flavor of the month teen cast, a rapper played this time by Busta Rhymes who fights Myers with karate, and a trend of the moment which was webcams. There is one good kill but I hated this movie overall. If you watch the first twenty minutes it's fine, after that it's nothing but crap.

Overall, two good films that every Halloween fan should own and one that started good that ended up going south. If you do not own these films it's a good chance to pick up some good films for a cheap price. I'm sure that as a bonus feature every dvd comes with a trailer. I hope Myer's dons the blue coveralls and white mask again, the way he was meant to be seen."
An Awesome HALLOWEEN Triple Feature!!!
Pumpkin Man | 09/07/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"HALLOWEEN: The Curse of Michael Myers- I really don't like the Thorn curse idea. Just because it's a HALLOWEEN film, I tolerate it. Dr. Loomis is awesome but he doesn't really do much in this one. Jamie Lloyd had a baby and now, Michael wants it, so it's up to Tommy Doyle (of the original) Dr. Loomis, Kara Strode and Danny Strode to stop Michael and protect the baby! Michael's evil should NOT be explained. It should be a mystery, a mystery hidden behind a mask. If you love the series, you might like HALLOWEEN: THE CURSE OF MICHAEL MYERS!!!


HALLOWEEN H20: Twenty Years Later- This is a pretty cool sequel! I remember being 8 years old and seeing it at the theatre. 20 years after Michael tried to kill Laurie Strode, he decides to try again. She lives under the name of Keri Tate. She has a son named John. She works as a head mistress at a private boarding school in Northern California. She has a boyfriend. Soon, Michael tears her life up again. She soon decides to fight back and finish her brother off once and for all...until the sequel. If you love the HALLOWEEN series, you'll love HALLOWEEN H20: TWENTY YEARS LATER!!!


HALLOWEEN RESURRECTION- As a hard-core HALLOWEEN fan, I feel like I'm the only one who truly loves this awesome sequel! I love the plot, the setting, and the mood in the film! Michael finally finishes off his sister, Laurie Strode, which kinda sucked. One year has passed and Freddie Harris starts a new website called DangerTainment and six lucky people win a chance to be in it, and the location is Michael Myers' childhood home. I love that the house looks just like the original house. Sara, Rudy, Jen, Bill, Donna, and Jim are the winners, and they meet Freddie and Nora for their interviews. Meanwhile, across town, Myles 'Deckard' Barton is watching Sara do her interview, because he is interested in her and has been helping her with internet stuff. on HALLOWEEN, they all go to the Myers house, and broadcast live on the Internet for millions of people to watch. No one can leave until the show is over, so they are all locked in. Little do they know, Michael is back and doesn't like uninvited guests. At a college HALLOWEEN party, Myles 'Deckard' is watching the show, and when Michael shows up, Myles believes that the people are actually being killed, but no one else at the party does until Sara is the last one alive and calls Myles for help to tell her where Michael is at. Freddie finds Sara and realizes what is happening. Most people hate that Busta Rhymes karate-chops Michael, but I have no problem at all with it! Later, in the garage, Sara has been knocked on the ground with some heavy equipment on her, and Michael is coming to kill her, then Freddie knocks the door down, and says "Trick or treat, motherfu#*er!" to Michael because he thought he killed Freddie. If you love sequels, horror, the internet, and the HALLOWEEN series, you'll love HALLOWEEN RESURRECTION!!!
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The downfall of the Halloween franchise...
R. Pepper | Los Angeles | 09/03/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)

"After Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers, Dimension acquired the rights to the Halloween franchise and it's been in fiasco ever since. Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers had some promise, but it was butchered before theatrical release. As most people know, there is a Producer's Cut of this Halloween floating around out there in bootleg form however it has never been officially released. I'm not exactly sure of the reasons, but Dimension needs to find a way to make this happen. The Producer's Cut is a much better film. Halloween: H20 is enjoyable due to the return of Jamie Lee Curtis but that's about it. Released in 1998, H20 has the look and feel of a Scream film which ultimately ruins it as a serious horror film. Even the theme music has been altered. The Janet Leigh cameo was a neat little touch however if you want to see mom and daughter together, check out The Fog. Halloween: Resurrection was terrible on every level. Weak cast, weak story, weak everything. There was no one left in Michael Myers family so he just started murdering random people that were in his house. You can tell that this one came out after The Blair Witch Project which has a similar style as that film while also adding in a few advances in technology. I would skip over this set altogether. What would be a great Triple Pack is if Anchor Bay would release Halloween 1, 4 & 5 together. Universal currently has a Double Feature of Halloween II and III which I recommend. I am not a fan of Rob Zombie's Halloween either so that is why I say the franchise has gone downhill. The only Halloween film I'm interested in under Dimension is the Producer's Cut of Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers but as I said, they have yet to release it. 2.5 stars for this set. Halloween: Curse - 3 stars Halloween: H20 - 3 stars Halloween: Resurrection - 1 star"