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July 02, 2010

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I'm not going to start defending the talents of Steve Miner but I did think Halloween H20 was one of the better post-Scream slasher films and certainly (after 1 and 2) one of the best movies in the Halloween franchise.

With the exception of the original NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, Romero's films are as cheesy as Miner's and do not deserve their reputations. Where did George get his legion of fans-the original wallking (brain) dead?

I think everyone can agree this remake shouldn't have happened. But I hope you (Mr. Schager) don't take Miner's film here personally, as an insult to Romero's original- since you defended the equally (if not more) needless remake of Wes Craven's The Last House on the Left.

Mark definitely has a point too- Romero is cheese man (though Dawn of the Dead and Creepshow are of the absolute highest vintage). And I say Miner has made several good horror movies - Friday the 13th Part III, House, Warlock. I'd certainly rate all of them above something like Splinter.

i love this review......the DVD commentary was weak aswell

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