I think that 2 is just a bit better than 4 (they both stink though) -I've been seeing a lot of hate towards H4 on these boards lately, even people who haven't seen it lately say they remember it being bad. When did that become the narrative?! H4 has always been well-regarded among the sequels as the best sequel, even better than H2 and H20.
^I have NEVER seen anyone say this. Ever. Is it better than the stupid "Cult of Thorn" crap 5/6 gave us? Sure. Is it better than 2 or even H20? hell no.H4 has always been well-regarded among the sequels as the best sequel, even better than H2 and H20.
Welp. Here you go:^I have NEVER seen anyone say this. Ever. Is it better than the stupid "Cult of Thorn" crap 5/6 gave us? Sure. Is it better than 2 or even H20? hell no.
Halloween 4 is boring and forgettable. But all the general public cares about is seeing Michael Myers at the event.
I kinda want to see them pull a TCM halfway through and do the entire movie in the first half of the maze, then have Jamie's first murder at the midpoint. Then, the last half of the maze could be some quality Uncle-Niece murder bonding with a trippy ending. A "Kubrick-Shining" style adaptation, where it starts accurate then slowly diverges as the maze goes on.I just find Halloween 4 so horridly awful it's hilarious, even if a small tiny handful of the scenes are kind of good in a guilty way (gas station kill, Jamie's vision of Michael, the ending). Everything else is just unintentionally comedy gold for me, from Michael's awkward stances to the school kids taunting Jamie about her dead mom (the fact that that even happens) to the adoptive sister somehow walking perfectly fine from falling off of a two story house. You can easily pin-point where Michael just stopped being treated seriously. The plot twist ending is definitely the best part of the movie, though.
This explains it:just popping in, and it is somewhat confusing, considering Killer Klowns in UOrlando actually does use the proper Coca-Cola branding.