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“ Halloween” is scripted by Green Jeff Fradley and Danny McBride and directed David Gordon Green. This is the 11th franchise of the Halloween series. The film is produced by Malek Akkad, Jason Blum and Bill Block. The music composition is by John Carpenter, Cody Carpenter and Daniel Davies. The cinematography is by Michael Simmonds and editing is by Tim Alverson. The film has the star cast of Jamie Lee Curtis, Nick Castle, Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, Will Patton and Virginia Gardner. The film is produced by Universal Pictures, Miramax, Blumhouse Productions, Trancas International Films and Rough House Pictures.
After forty years, the deadly killer Michael Myers is seen in the rehabilitation hospital. Aaron and Dana meet him for an interview. Later, they go to the survivor Laurie Strode, who escaped from Michael before four decades. Laurie’s house is completely armed. Michael escapes from the place and he recovers his old mask. After getting it, he murders Dana, Aaron and a couple more people. Meanwhile, Laurie alerts her daughter Karen. But, Karen didn’t care it. Michael continues his hunt and Allyson, Karen’s daughter witnesses a murder. Laurie convinces Karen, her husband Ray and their daughter Allyson and brings them to her house, which is protective. But, Michael breaks in and kills Ray. Did the rest of the three escapes from Michael? What happens next? Watch the film in theaters
All the stars had performed excellently well in their roles. Jamie had emoted well as a woman, who has been waiting a long to take a dig at the serial killer. She had played well in the climax and the convincing scene. Similarly, Judy and Andi had done justice to their roles.
Halloween comes with an interesting plot that makes the audiences sit straight and concentrate only on the screen. The screenplay is perfect and the director had made the film more interesting with the thrilling scenes. The scene where Andi witnesses the murder was really superb and the audiences watch it keenly, if she is the next target. During the climax scene, when they set the fire, the audiences come to the edge of the seat. The director has left the climax with the plan for the next franchise. However, it is depicted interestingly. The music is excellent and it gels well with the story.
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Although the audiences know the climax, the director has moved the screenplay well and made the audiences travel along with the film. Even though the story travels from four decades back, it is interestingly filmed. Halloween ... Thrill guaranteed!
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