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Halloween

User rating: 2.22 79 Reviews | Write a Review

In Theaters: October 19, 2018

On DVD/Blu-ray: January 15, 2019

R | Horror, Thriller | 1h 46m

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2.22/5

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Based on 440 votes and 79 reviews.


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User rating: October 20, 2018

Not very good at all...though loved the ending !

User rating: October 19, 2018

A chiched mess. All of the scares were beaten out of this dead horse many films ago.

User rating: October 19, 2018

It's really bad. Jamie Lee should be embarrassed.

User rating: October 19, 2018

Trash. Feeble attempts at frights and chuckles. Cheaply rides the coattails of Carpenter's classic film and dresses it up as nostalgia, when it's actually just economic strip-mining of intellectual property. Don't be duped.

User rating: October 19, 2018

I grew up with the Halloween ffranchise so for me this was a “must see” especially since Jamie Lee was starring in it. As a horror movie fan, Halloween and Friday the 13’th will always be my favourite classics. This movie was not as good as I was hoping it would be but there were several Deja vu moments from the original and this franchise plain and simple will always bring me back to the theatre. Enjoy all you 40 and 50 somethings ????

User rating: October 18, 2018

Great scare for the Horror fans. Loved it.

User rating: October 16, 2018

Quite possibly the most enjoyable sequel since Home Alone 3. I think you'll agree.

User rating: October 15, 2018

The first person to post here has reviewed the original film, but this is the page for the latest cynical cash-grab installment. Ugh.

User rating: October 13, 2018

The best there is the best there was and the best there ever will be. If you're watching this for the first time, you'll notice all the horror tropes that people take for granted today. This oozes atmosphere and it emphasizes suspense over gore.