I remember 4 wasn't terrible for ignoring the ends of II.
Halloween 4 absolutely never ignored the end of 2. In fact the original script showed part 2's explosion and it 's intention was to show us how Loomis survived the blast. It was decided by he director that they didn't have to tie it into Halloween 2 anymore than how they already did. Which was showing Michael all burned up in bandaged and Loomis with burn scars on his face. As well as how much they talked about Haddonfield's history with Michael. Even mention Sheriff Brackett.
;D hey man.. when youre bringing a killer back you can't get hung up on realistic injuries.... you have to suspend disbelief when you see a killer in the next movie no matter what they did in the previous film. That hardly constitutes ignoring part 2 sir #33uvbzt#
#24# Michael got stabbed in the eye, stabbed in the heart with a butcher knife, shot in the head, shot in the chest 5 more times and fell 30 feet only to get up and run away seconds later. Shot above both eyes into his skull and just stood there in fine shape. You feel thats a portrayal of more humanistic qualities than Jason?
How is getting a machete rammed down your shoulder, stabbed in the knee and an axe planted into your skull any different from anything Michael went through? The only difference was the Halloween writers wanted to maintain some integrity and never turned Michael into a zombie.
I love ya Brax but youre really reaching here, in your quest to agree with Rebel that H4 ignored H2 Whether he's shot 100 times or where flames came out of his mask, the fact is H2 was not ignored.... if it were they just woulda started H4 off with Michael living in his old house with absolutely no scarring on him. He would also still have his old jumpsuit and mask. They even keep Laurie as Michael's sister. Sorry i just can't agree with you guys here because I go on facts more then my emotional feelings or attachment to any movie. Of course I don't know youre reasoning for this debate but I'm guessing it's one of the two.
Post by Leatherface on Sept 3, 2010 21:34:58 GMT -5
True which also eliminates his psychosis. But you have to understand a seperate personality is like a nother completely differnt person, D.I.D doesn't always rquire the victim to snap. It's a disease that can just be aqcuired but most mental hospitals in the 60s when Michael was a child did not know the symptoms of it and wrote him off. The Shape is that personality that came out that fateful Halloween night in 1963 and again in 1978. That is how he is able to seperate himself completely, The Shape and Michael Myers are two seperate entities in a sense they just both live in the same body.