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Halloween (2018)

Halloween (2018)

Jamie Lee CurtisJudy GreerAndi MatichakJames Jude Courtney
David Gordon Green


Halloween (2018) is a English movie. David Gordon Green has directed this movie. Jamie Lee Curtis,Judy Greer,Andi Matichak,James Jude Courtney are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. Halloween (2018) is considered one of the best Crime,Horror,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

Jamie Lee Curtis returns to her iconic role as Laurie Strode, who comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers (Nick Castle and James Jude Courtney), the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago.

Halloween (2018) Reviews

  • Good Acting By Jamie Lee Curtis ( Score 8.3/10 ⭐ )


    Good Acting By Jamie Lee Curtis. Great Horror Movie & Great Squeal !!

  • Shocking, shameless and horrific... AWESOME!!!


    Just when you think a cringe-worthy act of heroism is imminent.... think again. Yes, I was expecting this to have numerous moments of cheese... How wrong I was. As an avid fan of horror movies, I am totally aware of the shambolic efforts that have graced our screens in years past. I was expecting the worst. But... I highly recommend watching this, tipsy, in the darkness and alone.... a that's how I did it. If you watch it with someone, make sure they shut the hell up! How could anyone enjoy a film properly with someone waffling in the background? EXCELLENT!

  • Extremely, extremely overrated by overhyped fans. VERY disappointing.


    *Very minor spoilers* I saw this at H40 last weekend. When I left the screening I couldn't help but feel as if there's been a lot of marketing and misdirection thrown out there about this film, because watching the trailers and then the film itself it becomes obvious that Halloween (2018) was heavily reworked and edited. Aside from that, the script is laughably bad (wait until you meet one of the new doctors from Smith's Grove and Allyson's horribly written father, Toby), the character of The Shape has been reduced to a really dumb, careless random murderer behind a mask (goodbye stalking scenes), the pacing of the film feels entirely like an action movie and lacks the "slow burn" of the original, and some characters just disappear from the story and you never hear from them again. It is NOT at all the dark, brooding film suggested in trailer #2. Only positives, for me: Andi Matichak is fantastic, as are many of the teen actors. The first 1/3 is actually very good. When Michael arrives in Haddonfield, however, the subpar writing and direction really begins to reveal itself. Overall, it's so disappointingly bad. The positive reviews seem somewhat disingenuous, probably because of the #metoo subplot (which is nice, but doesn't in and of itself make a film "good") and less of a reflection of the actual quality of the movie overall. All of the TIFF viewers that raved about this should be ashamed, they clearly got caught up in being at the premiere and having the actors in their presence, so they overhyped the movie to the rest of us. So, so disappointed. The original "Halloween II," somehow, is the far superior film.

  • Evil is real!!


    Here's The Lowedown on "Halloween" (R - 2018 - US)...Evil is Real! Genre: Horror/Slasher My Score: 8.2 Cast=7 Acting=6 Plot=9 Ending=9 Story=7 Scare=7 Jump=8 F/X=10 Kills=10 Blood=9 Laurie Strode confronts her long-time foe Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago. "He was not her brother, that's something that people made up." I think my favorite part is that it brought back some of the feel of the original films. The story pulls a days of future past and resets the timeline...turning the franchise into a giant etch-a-sketch. The dynamic of Laurie and Michael's lives was really fascinating and adds depth to the plot. I think this is a solid watch for slasher fans and a must see for fans of the franchise.

  • 80's Slasher movie at its best.


    Don't listen to the wanna be critics who know very little about the Halloween franchise or films in general this movie delivers for what it was made and advertised for, a return to form to the original ingredients that made John Carpenter's Halloween back in 1978 so good. This movie can't be ground breaking since Halloween is already ground breaking, the father of all slasher movies with his grandpa obviously being Psycho.


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