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Encyclopedia > Halloween: H20

Halloween: H20 (or Halloween H20: 20 Years Later) is the seventh movie in the Halloween horror movie series created by John Carpenter. Initially released in the US in the summer of 1998, it was released in numerous countries in Europe, as well as Singapore, Israel, Australia, and Mexico over the following months.

It stars Jamie Lee Curtis, Josh Hartnett, Michelle Williams, LL Cool J, Jodi Lyn O'Keefe, Adam Hann-Byrd, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Adam Arkin. Janet Leigh, Jamie Lee Curtis' mother, also has a role in the movie.

Director Steve Miner has an uncredited cameo as the School Financial Advisor.

External link

  • IMDb article (http://imdb.com/title/tt0120694/)

  Results from FactBites:
Stomp Tokyo Review - Halloween: H20 (1323 words)
Halloween: H20 is the latest product of the renaissance that the sub-genre known as slasher flicks has gone through since the release of Scream.
Halloween: H20 picks up where Halloween II left off, ignoring the events of Halloweens 4-6.
Her enthusiasm for revisiting the Halloween franchise is evident in her performance, and in the quality of the filmmaking.
TheMovieBoy Review: Halloween: H20 (1998) (818 words)
Going into "Halloween: H20," I was all set to see a great horror film in the vein of the original, and with the talent involved, I was almost positive it wouldn't be anything less than superb.
Most people are very familiar with the original "Halloween," as it was about a teenage babysitter, Laurie Strode, played by Curtis, on Halloween night whose evil, psychotic brother went after her on Halloween night, thus hoping to have murdered both of his siblings.
That is the set-up for "Halloween: H20," a film that all but disregards Parts 4-6, which is alright with me, since they started to get off track, focusing on ridiculous druid claptrap.
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