History Film / HalloweenII2009

9th Apr '16 9:14:53 PM Mdumas43073
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The film was critically panned and remains one of the most polarizing in the franchise among fans. Its box-office returns, while not nearly as good as the previous film, still managed to get another sequel greenlit; this sequel sat in DevelopmentHell before it was shelved, but it was put back into development in 2014, though it's heavily implied to be another reboot set within the original series.

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The film was critically panned and remains one of the most polarizing in the franchise among fans. Its box-office returns, while not nearly as good as those for the previous film, still managed to get another sequel greenlit; this sequel sat in DevelopmentHell before it was shelved, but it shelved. It was put back into development in 2014, though it's heavily implied to be another reboot set within the original series.
9th Apr '16 9:13:05 PM Mdumas43073
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-->-- '''Deborah Myers.'''

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9th Apr '16 9:11:51 PM Mdumas43073
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Laurie Strode (Scout Taylor-Compton) managed to shoot Michael Myers in the head on Halloween night. Later in the night, the coroner's van transporting Michael's body to the morgue crashes, and Michael's body is never found. Two years later, Laurie is trying her best to get over the experience, while Dr. Loomis (Creator/MalcomMcDowell) has turned the ordeal into newfound success as a writer (whose new book about Myers has just been published). What neither of them know is that Michael is still alive -- and is being coaxed by visions of his mother to revisit Haddonfield and find Laurie so he can finish what he started.

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Laurie Strode (Scout Taylor-Compton) managed to shoot Michael Myers in the head on Halloween night. Later in the night, the coroner's van transporting Michael's body to the morgue crashes, and Michael's body is never found. Two years later, Laurie is trying her best to get over the experience, while Dr. Loomis (Creator/MalcomMcDowell) (Creator/MalcolmMcDowell) has turned the ordeal into newfound success as a writer (whose writer, whose new book about Myers has just been published).published. What neither of them know is that Michael is still alive -- and is being coaxed by visions of his mother to revisit Haddonfield and find Laurie so he can finish what he started.
9th Apr '16 9:11:21 PM Mdumas43073
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Laurie Strode managed to shoot Michael Myers in the head on Halloween night. Later in the night, the coroner's van transporting Michael's body to the morgue crashes, and Michael's body is never found. Two years later, Laurie is trying her best to get over the experience, while Dr. Loomis has turned the ordeal into newfound success as a writer (whose new book about Myers has just been published). What neither of them know is that Michael is still alive -- and is being coaxed by visions of his mother to revisit Haddonfield and find Laurie so he can finish what he started.

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Laurie Strode (Scout Taylor-Compton) managed to shoot Michael Myers in the head on Halloween night. Later in the night, the coroner's van transporting Michael's body to the morgue crashes, and Michael's body is never found. Two years later, Laurie is trying her best to get over the experience, while Dr. Loomis (Creator/MalcomMcDowell) has turned the ordeal into newfound success as a writer (whose new book about Myers has just been published). What neither of them know is that Michael is still alive -- and is being coaxed by visions of his mother to revisit Haddonfield and find Laurie so he can finish what he started.
9th Apr '16 9:10:31 PM Mdumas43073
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2009's '''''Halloween II''''' is the sequel to ''Film/{{Halloween 2007}}'', which was also directed by Music/RobZombie. It is the tenth film overall in the long-running ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}'' franchise.

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2009's '''''Halloween II''''' ''Halloween II'' is the sequel to ''Film/{{Halloween 2007}}'', which was also directed by Music/RobZombie. It is the tenth film overall in the long-running ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}'' franchise.
9th Apr '16 9:10:15 PM Mdumas43073
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* WritingAroundTrademarks: Laurie and her new friends Mya and Harley attend a party dressed as [[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Magenta, Columbia, and Dr. Frank N. Furter]], respectively, but none are identified by name. Harley only describes herself as [[RecursiveCrossdressing "...a chick, dressed as a guy, who wants to be a girl."]]

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* WritingAroundTrademarks: Laurie and her new friends Mya and Harley attend a party dressed as [[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Magenta, Columbia, and Dr. Frank N. Furter]], respectively, but none are identified by name. Harley only describes herself as [[RecursiveCrossdressing "...a chick, dressed as a guy, who wants to be a girl."]]
14th Feb '16 11:37:03 AM erforce
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* YouLookFamiliar: The actor who gets stomped to death behind the strip club later turns up as the green-faced host of the big Halloween party.
** Which itself becomes funny when Bill Moseley, the original actor, dropped out from playing the role. The reason why its funny is because he had a victim role in the reshot scenes of the 2007 remake, appearing in the theatrical cut of the film.
20th Oct '15 10:26:45 AM RAWG98
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** [[spoiler:Subverted by the director's commentary, in which Rob Zombie clarifies that the hospital scene is actually Laurie's/Angel's dying thoughts.]]
13th Sep '15 9:43:45 PM PurpleWarrior13
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The film was critically panned and remains one of the most polarizing in the franchise among fans. Its box-office returns, while not nearly as good as the previous film, still managed to get another sequel greenlit; this sequel sat in DevelopmentHell before it was shelved, but it was put back into development in 2014.

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The film was critically panned and remains one of the most polarizing in the franchise among fans. Its box-office returns, while not nearly as good as the previous film, still managed to get another sequel greenlit; this sequel sat in DevelopmentHell before it was shelved, but it was put back into development in 2014.
2014, though it's heavily implied to be another reboot set within the original series.
31st Aug '15 2:06:48 PM tropeminer
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2009's '''''Halloween II''''' is the sequel to ''Film/{{Halloween 2007}}'', which was also directed by Music/RobZombie. It is the tenth film overall in the long-running [[Franchise/{{Halloween}} Halloween franchise]].

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2009's '''''Halloween II''''' is the sequel to ''Film/{{Halloween 2007}}'', which was also directed by Music/RobZombie. It is the tenth film overall in the long-running [[Franchise/{{Halloween}} Halloween franchise]].
''Franchise/{{Halloween}}'' franchise.
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