Reviews and Problems with Halloween 4: The Return Of Michael Myers
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Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers Blu-ray Review
29 August 2012
Summary: This is where society dumps its worst nightmares. Bold it, highlight it, paint it in letters three-foot-high: Michael Myers is back. In the wake of the somewhat underrated yet not-so-much-a-fan-favorite Halloween III: Season of the Witch -- the only Halloween film without the frightening Captain Kirk mask-wearing "Shape" from the first two films -- Halloween 4 smartly brought back the famed and acclaimed killer, going so far as to subtitle the movie "THE RETURN OF...
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (Blu-ray)
28 August 2012
Summary: With Rob Zombie’s latest takes on the franchise, Halloween has continued to not only live, but thrive for almost 40 years. Danielle Harris has gone on to star in Zombie’s version, and she has certainly established herself in the horror field. You have to look at this film as part of this vast history and take it for the good and the bad. It’s not a movie that is in danger of being considered a classic, but you can pick it up for very little money.
Conclusion: After 'Halloween III' ended with a thud, producer Moustapha Akkad took the series, returned to the basics in 'Halloween 4.' Starring Danielle Harris as Michael Myer's niece, the third sequel is a fun addition to the mythos and legacy of the Haddonfield massacre, igniting a popular and beloved horror franchise. Although the Blu-ray comes to town with improved audio and video, the presentation is still only a passable high-def transfer that will at least make fans happy.