Halloween 4 - The Return Of Michael Myers details
|Formats:||18 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Ellie Cornell, Donald Pleasence, Michael Pataki, Danielle Harris, Danielle Harris|
|Studio:||ANCHOR BAY HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Halloween 4 - The Return Of Michael Myers
|Run time:||1 hour 24 minutes|
|Rental release:||19 Sep 2005|
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He's BackBy Ricky from UK , 12 Aug 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Not a bad film just because Mikey's back but I guess you could say its just a way to keep cashing in on the sucess of the first Halloween classic. If you watch this you might as well watch the 5 & 6 too.
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just not up there with freddyBy onion (345 reviews) from leeds , 10 Dec 2013The first Halloween is a genre defining classic, no doubt. The sequels however, are pretty damn stupid. I was raised on the Elm Street movies though so i just expected more from this franchise. There's just nothing there! Not much gore and really not much horror. Yeah he's an iconic horror star. but i was bored sh#tless, Guess it just shows how much horror has changed since then?
Another great Halloween movie.By Alexander-UK (128 reviews) , 20 Jun 2013Loved this movie and thought the action was pretty much relentless and the twist at the end of the movie made it even more good. If you like your Halloween movies you know what to expect. Would recommend as i would for all Halloween movies.
Spooky Return.By drwhofan (62 reviews) from Warrington , 25 Mar 2012Very good remake, great acting, and is scary. Now got to see 5 & 6. Donald Pleasence performance is excellent of course. 5 star film from us.
brilliant! One of the best in the seriesBy S Braithwaite from england , 26 Aug 2010Halloween 4 cuts down on the gore and murder, but has more suspense and thrills in it. Introducing new characters can be hard for movie creators, but this movie does it nicely. The acting is good, there are plenty of scares, and dont worry there are still plenty of deaths. This film is definatley worth watching!
OkayBy desmondsdoll (266 reviews) from Stockport , 24 Jan 2010It's no better and no worse than the other Halloween offerings to be honest. I'd recommend it, but just don't expect anything too much. Nice little twist at the end although in later Halloween movies it seems to have been forgotten (for example in Halloween VII The Curse Of Michael Myers), unless I've seen so many of them that I've missed one out - which let's face it, is possible as there've been so many!