Welcome to another fun and fanciful episode of Bad Days in Haddonfield, the Binge Buddies retrospective on the Halloween franchise. Bryan Dressel, Matt “Zombie Dog” Dykes, Joel DeWitte, and Ryan Lootens (in a shotgun review) join forces to dog on the absolute pile that is known as “Halloween Resurrection.” In it, Jamie Lee Curtis yeets herself out of the narrative and Michael Myers can walk through walls. There’s a lot here and you’ll want to dive in right away.
Welcome to another exciting episode of your new favorite podcast of all time, Bad Days in Haddonfield. This week the Binge Buddies, comprised of Bryan Dressel, Matt “Zombie Dog Crossbearer” Dykes, Ryan “Remington” Lootens, and Joel “Jack Frost” DeWitte join forces to take on “Halloween H20: 20 Years Later.” Fun fact: we are farther away from H20 than H20 was from the original Halloween. Enjoy!
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We continue our Jamie Lee Curtis retrospective with Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, her celebrated return to both the horror genre and this franchise in particular. We have a lot to say about the film as it’s quite flawed and makes some odd choices throughout. The body count is low, and the mask changes partway through the film into something you might find at a pop up Halloween store. The film introduces Josh Hartnett and his messy hair baggy clothes combo to the world, and we see a young Joseph Gordon-Levitt get a skate to the face. Everything with Jamie Lee Curtis is quite good and she makes a traumatized Laurie Strode believable. Worth watching? Listen to find out.