Aww man I'm sorry you weren't able to sell your paiting for $1,000 dollars, which it was clearly worth. I was going to make another bid but wasn't sure if you accepted food stamps. Maybe you can donate it to a local museum or something?
Have you seen Halloween 5 yet? Let me know what you think! Don't worry, I won't let anyone know you were talking with strangers on the internet. I don't want you to get in any trouble man!
Wait a minute, what am I saying? Were you around before the internet? Never mind then about my theory, but that advice your mom gave you is still pretty solid otherwise.
Later stranger! Hope you have a fantastic weekend! Check out H5!
P.S. Thanks for changing that post! You didn't have to, just thought you didn't know or something (with the whole brain in the closet thing it can probably be tough to make things out I bet! How are you even typing!?).
It's blu ray. Not BLUE ray. Sorry this is a stranger on a horror forum telling you something, and I know how you don't like strangers talking to you. I know your mom probably gave you good advice back in the day to not talk to strangers but that was probably before the interwebs. Have a good one!
Unfortunately it is done. Yeah, no point in furthering out this conversation. Nice talking to you.
I don't think so. Sure, we saw Michael die but let's be real. H20 only concluded one continuity (and nothing from the H4-H6 one) and Michael's demise wasn't epic enough and then it just cuts of credits seconds later like no epilogue or anything. But of course, they were planning on making a sequel in advance and the ending was only did so Jamie Lee could be satisfied that it would look like Michael was done for (as that's what she wanted). At least with other movies being made afterwards we could have gotten a more SOLID finale, perhaps even a bridging of the continuities so everything could be closed up from both continuities. Too bad that never came to pass. I want to go back in time to 2003 and present Moustapha Akkad my outline and be like the next Dan Farrands to tie things up, only this time I would make sure nothing is butchered and the result is poor like it was unfortunately done for Halloween 6.
The movie mostly seems pointless because we never had a Halloween 9 to follow it. Shame. I think had Busta Rhymes not been in the movie (or at least acted less exaggerated) and featured an investigation storyline on Laurie's death it may have been favored better.
I don't see H:R looking like a Friday movie. I didn't mind the gadgets. I thought it was fitting for the era and something fresh.
Well this isn't something I want to happen now, but just something that COULD have happened like eleven years ago when H9 was in the works. This is something I feel could have been the perfect story to follow H:R. I read your post. I actually liked the social media aspect of H:R. It shows helped show how we were in a new era and plus all the gadgets were becoming a big thing by then.
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