I've seen this movie before. It was called Halloween H20.In the first film — the actress' Hollywood debut — “she was running for her life,” says Curtis, 59. “In this case, she is well-matched, she is prepared, she is focused. She will be the one people are standing behind when that moment comes, because she’s the one ready.
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Fuck. I swore I wasn’t going to hype myself for this. After the pictures and that video, I’m like a little kid again. If the trailer blows me away on Friday, I may just try to sleep through the summer.
Sorry I’m on my phone if the video is not embedded properly.
He honestly looks a lot like Zombies version. Mask and all. And that’s not a bad thing.
Said it before, but this shot of the mask does perfectly show Myers' advanced age via the mask, which does look great I'm happy to say. I know us Halloween fans go on about the actual mask a lot, but it's such an integral part in the presentation and perception of the movie that I'm glad they seem to have got it right for this. Esp after all the shitty looking masks we've had to put up with.
I'm so happy in a lot of these shots it's lit in a way that doesn't show his eyes. A lot of the directors after Carpenter seemed to not understand why it's important to not show them and have them "blackened"(yes there was a scene in the first Halloween where they showed them, but the context was different TBH). Michael is supposed to represent the deep dark evil inside. Showing his eyes all the time humanizes him in a bad way and misses the point IMO.Thank you
Yes. Fixed. :skI think you mean humanizes him? I agree, I can't stand it when you see his eyes.
While I like that we can't see his eyes, I think these still photo promos are too well lit. It just seems so staged.
Hi I am Michael Myers I am going to kill you but I'll pose for this pic sure why not.
The one that looks like it might be from the movie looking out from inside a car? is ok but it's broad daylight lol.