Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later

"Terrible"

Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later Review


Stillborn and not even remotely scary, this update of the Halloween series (which rewrites the series as if the third through sixth films never happened) is just another excuse to make some bucks with Curtis screaming her head off. Zzzzzzz.


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Production compaines: Dimension Films

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Contactmusic.com: 1.5 / 5

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Starring: as Keri Tate, as John Tate, as Will Brennan, as Molly Cartwell, as Jimmy Howell, as Ronald 'Ronny' Jones, as Sarah Wainthrope, as Charles 'Charlie' Deveraux, as Norma Watson, as Tony Allegre, Matt Winston as Detective Matt Sampson, as Detective 'Fitz' Fitzsimmons, Larisa Miller as Claudia, Emmalee Thompson as Casey


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