Halloween 5 - The Revenge Of Michael Myers details
|Formats:||18 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Wendy Kaplan, Ellie Cornell, Donald Pleasence, Beau Starr, Tamara Glynn, Danielle Harris, Danielle Harris|
|Studio:||ANCHOR BAY HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Halloween 5 - The Revenge Of Michael Myers
|Run time:||1 hour 37 minutes|
|Rental release:||28 Jan 2002|
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2nd Best In ShowBy Zack Kelly from lewes, East Sussex, England, , 13 Mar 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Exelent film
The best scene was by far in the shaft.
And it makes up for the poor ending of 4
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Good Halloween movie!By Alexander-UK (128 reviews) , 26 Jun 2013Another good Halloween movie and i really enjoyed it and thought it had a better story then the rest and the ending was good, leaves you wanting more!.
not the best in the series!By S Braithwaite from england , 26 Aug 2010This is probably the worst of the halloweens not counting halloween 3! The story seems like it has been rushed, the music is lame and the camera work makes you fel like you are watching a documentary, but anyone who likes this film, understandable, there are good death scenes and shocks that you do not expect.
The first real stinker of the series.By danieljparsons (118 reviews) from Ashford , 17 May 2010Unnecessary though they undoubtedly were, the previous Halloween sequels at least had the courtesy of being well made and acted. Unfortunately this instalment feels rushed, overly loud & incoherent and features terrible performances from almost everyone (even Donald Pleasance isn't quite his usual presence, though to be fair he's not given much to work with). The story - which is credited to five people - is badly developed and doesn't feel like a Halloween film at all. Horny teens, a villain wielding whatever weapon is to hand and talk of skinny dipping probably brings a different horror franchise to mind, and throw in Jamie's apparent psychic abilities (a plot-thread which, believe it or not, Rob Zombie put to better use in his Halloween II) and the whole thing feels schizophrenic to say the least. Gone are the steady, slow shots, plays on shadow, and above all the suspense. There is one very strong sequence in a laundry chute, which rivals the rooftop sequence from 4, but overall, Halloween 5 is a mess.
pretty goodBy kass (35 reviews) from Huddersfield , 25 Jul 2009one of the best in the sereies
LOOSING ITS EDGEBy filmboybenn (160 reviews) from London , 10 Jul 2009The paint is begining to peel and is loosing it round the edges. oh-dear what one scared is now a cheep thrill