ハロウィン


ハロウィン

概要:

ハロウィンの夜、白いマスクをかぶった少年マイケル・マイヤーズ(ダエグ・フェアーク)は、姉のほか3人を惨殺。精神病院でルーミス医師(マルコム・マクダウェル)の治療を受けることになる。しかし、17年後のハロウィンの日、病院を脱出したマイケルは再び白いマスクを手に取り、恐怖の殺人鬼と化す。

1184 (6/10)

ランタイム: 109 分

発売日 2007-08-31

予算: $15,000,000.00

売り上げ高: $80,253,908.00

ウェブサイト: Link

制作会社:

  • Dimension Films
  • Nightfall Productions
  • Spectacle Entertainment Group

生産の国:

  • United States of America

ジャンル:

  • ホラー

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さらに詳しい情報

Dr. Loomis
Malcolm McDowell
Malcolm McDowell
Sheriff Leigh Brackett
Brad Dourif
Brad Dourif
Michael Myers (young)
Daeg Faerch
Daeg Faerch
Michael Myers
Tyler Mane
Tyler Mane
Laurie Strode
Scout Taylor-Compton
Scout Taylor-Compton
Deborah Myers
Sheri Moon Zombie
Sheri Moon Zombie
Ronnie White
William Forsythe
William Forsythe
Annie Brackett
Danielle Harris
Danielle Harris
Lynda van der Klok
Kristina Klebe
Kristina Klebe
Morgan Walker
Udo Kier
Udo Kier
Ismael Cruz
Danny Trejo
Danny Trejo
Tommy Doyle
Skyler Gisondo
Skyler Gisondo
Larry Redgrave
Tom Towles
Tom Towles
Zach 'Z-Man' Garrett
Bill Moseley
Bill Moseley
Patty Frost
Leslie Easterbrook
Leslie Easterbrook
Principal Chambers
Richard Lynch
Richard Lynch
Noel Kluggs
Lew Temple
Lew Temple
Mason Strode
Pat Skipper
Pat Skipper
Big Joe Grizzly
Ken Foree
Ken Foree
Nurse Wynn
Sybil Danning
Sybil Danning
Derek Allen
Micky Dolenz
Micky Dolenz
Lou Martini
Daniel Roebuck
Daniel Roebuck
Chester Chesterfield
Sid Haig
Sid Haig
Judith Myers
Hanna Hall
Hanna Hall
Cynthia Strode
Dee Wallace
Dee Wallace
Stan Payne
Steve Boyles
Steve Boyles
Doctor Koplenson
Clint Howard
Clint Howard
Lindsey Wallace
Jenny Gregg Stewart
Jenny Gregg Stewart
Steve Haley
Adam Weisman
Adam Weisman
Baby Boo
Sydnie Pitzer
Sydnie Pitzer
Baby Boo
Myla Pitzer
Myla Pitzer
Baby Boo
Stella Altman
Stella Altman
Paul
Max Van Ville
Max Van Ville
Bob Simms
Nick Mennell
Nick Mennell
Wesley Rhoades
Daryl Sabara
Daryl Sabara
Deputy Charles
Richmond Arquette
Richmond Arquette
Casting
Monika Mikkelsen
Monika Mikkelsen
Executive Producer
Bob Weinstein
Bob Weinstein
Executive Producer
Harvey Weinstein
Harvey Weinstein
Original Film Writer
Debra Hill
Debra Hill
Production Design
Anthony Tremblay
Anthony Tremblay
Original Film Writer
John Carpenter
John Carpenter
Costume Design
Mary E. McLeod
Mary E. McLeod
Original Music Composer
Tyler Bates
Tyler Bates
Screenplay
Rob Zombie
Rob Zombie
Director
Rob Zombie
Rob Zombie
Producer
Rob Zombie
Rob Zombie
Producer
Andy Gould
Andy Gould
Director of Photography
Phil Parmet
Phil Parmet
Editor
Glenn Garland
Glenn Garland
Art Direction
T.K. Kirkpatrick
T.K. Kirkpatrick
Set Decoration
Lori Mazuer
Lori Mazuer
Line Producer
Andrew G. La Marca
Andrew G. La Marca
Associate Producer
Patrick Esposito
Patrick Esposito
Executive Producer
Matthew Stein
Matthew Stein
Producer
Malek Akkad
Malek Akkad
Special Effects Makeup Artist
Wayne Toth
Wayne Toth
Set Decoration
Stephanie Ziemer
Stephanie Ziemer
Key Makeup Artist
Luis García
Luis García

Milo_Jeeder

I don't have a problem with remakes per se. Even though I am not a big fan of the original "Halloween" film directed by John Carpenter, I do acknowledge it as a film that started a horror slasher trend and served as an inspiration for many of the films that came after it. Since I am not crazy about the 1978 film, I thought I would be able to enjoy this remake without being too influenced by my love for the original film. After seeing this remake, I started to appreciate the original version a little bit more, since Rob Zombie turned the story and its characters into a vulgar mess. The original film mostly focuses on the life of Laurie Strode going on about her business and interacting with her friends for the most part, while we see the mysterious Michael Myers stalking her, appearing from out of nowhere, and we never really get to know why (without taking the sequels into account). In this remake, Rob Zombie attempts to explore little Michael Myers' psychology, giving our villain a soul and establishing the roots of his evilness, taking away all the mystery and darkness surrounding the character. The results are not good by any means and the only thing it proves, is that sometimes, mystery is scarier and more disturbing than having everything explained, especially if the explanation is as predictable as "he was raised in a bad environment". The audience doesn't want to be spoon fed and I think it's clear that one of the main reasons why the original villain was scary, it's because Michael Myers remained as an enigmatic character from the beginning until the end. In the original film, Myers appears to come from a seemingly normal family, but for some reason, he turns out a merciless killer anyway. While the original "Halloween" film is not my favorite, as I established before, I do give the film credit for giving us a villain that no one could ever sympathize with. This film basically tries to portrait Michael as a poor little thing who was poorly raised and eliminates any possibility of seeing him as a genuinely dark and fear-provoking character. This overexposure of Michael's early years lasts about 40 minutes, which gets tedious, it makes the villain more pitiful than frightening and in the end, they don't really manage to establish a point about his insanity all that well either. Once again, Rob Zombie casts his wife, Sheri Moon Zombie, who was great in 'House of 1000', playing a Insane, trashy girl… but why did she have to play almost the exact same character here? I don't know what's the deal with Rob Zombie having the need to show us his wife stripping and being sexy all the time, maybe it's some kind of fetish they have and it's all good... but 'Halloween' was not the right choice to show Sherri Moon dancing and showing her body again. Another thing that Rob Zombie seems to borrow from his film "House of 1000 Corpses" is the fact that the characters are swearing most of the times and while I have nothing against foul language whatsoever, but I think it sounds repetitive and silly when we hear the f-word every 5 seconds. The amount of stupid lines that could be easily compared to some of the crappiest PG-rated films that came out throughout the last years. I'm really disappointed. I didn't think I was going to hate it so much, but I do and it's a shame because I really wanted to like this film. Better luck next time, I guess. My noble advice for all fans of the original 'Halloween' movie is: Don't watch this remake if you're sensitive, because this hurts a lot. I know I felt cheated, even if I'm not a fan of Carpenter's version either.

Gimly

The film’s first act is simply a huge version of the 1978 classic’s opening scene; following Michael Myers as a child through his first murder(s). Though many people found this tedious and far too drawn-out, personally I relished the opportunity to get more than a half a minute of character-development on the antagonist. In fact, we don’t only get to see Michael growing up and being arrested, the film then goes on to show us his evolution in a mental asylum. Once again, I know that was less than appreciated by quite a number of people who saw the film, but I find the sequence fascinating every time I watch the movie. Things like the relevance of the mask and kitchen knife are explored more deeply than the original, and the brutality of the character of Michael Myers is more striking. Though this is not considered good to hardcore fans of the silent bogeyman-characteristics from the original. The protagonist of the piece is a character by the name of Laurie Strode, just as she is in the John Carpenter version, and she has two similar off-siders as the original (one of whom is portrayed by Danielle Harris of _Halloween 4_ & _5_ fame). Where the film does not advance in comparison to its predecessor is the dialogue between these three characters. They use virtually identical language to that of the 1978 film, which felt outdated and artificial even then (I can only hope that this was an intentional throwback by Mr. Zombie). The Ahab to Laurie Strode is Doctor Loomis, Michael Myers’ psychologist, acted by the consistently fantastic Malcolm McDowell. I believe it is his performance that makes me appreciate Rob Zombie’s remake so much. He steals every scene he is in with his overwhelming presence, particularly in the Zone 2 theatrical version of the film (which to my knowledge is unfortunately not available in Australia). _Final rating:★★★½ - I really liked it. Would strongly recommend you give it your time._

Per Gunnar Jonsson

The critics are wrong…again. Well, at least as far as I am concerned. This remake is not bad at all. A lot of people are comparing it with the original which is understandable. A lot of people says that it is crap compared to the original which is not understandable. At least not by me. This is one of the movies where I have seen the original and it was even one of my favorites at the time. I think this remake holds up quite well. At first I was a bit worried that it was said to be a prequel. At least partly. However it is not really what I would call a prequel. It has a bit of extended background in the first quarter or so but that is not really what I would call a prequel. I think the movie was pretty much what I expected or perhaps I should say what I hoped for. It is a slasher-movie of course but it resists the temptation to go all overboard. Nowadays you do not really get scared or even shocked by these kinds of movies so I was not really expecting to be. I was just enjoying Michael’s rampage through the town. It is of course a bit scary in itself that you are watching a madman going on a killing spree through a small town and enjoying it but hey, it is all fake! One problem with the extended background at the beginning of the movie is that now there is kind of a plot-hole that is a bit annoying. When and, more importantly, how did Michael turn from a deranged kid to a supernatural killer with the strength to carry away one ton worth of tombstone and survive being stabbed as well as shot at? Apart from that I think this movie was not bad at all. Sometimes I actually felt that Michael was behaving a bit too human like when he was stumbling when crashing through walls etc. but on the whole I quite liked this movie. The style is different from the original for sure but I do not feel it is worse or better for that matter. It is a bit surprising (well maybe not, the French are bizarre when it comes to scheduling movies and TV-shows) that Cine+ did not schedule this movie for actual Halloween instead of the crap they did show. This one would have been perfect then instead of a day after.

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