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Analysis of characters from the HalloweeN universe, including Dr. Sam Loomis and the Strode Family, as well as reviews of other Horror and Masks related to HalloweeN (e.g. Danielle Harris movies).
The former niece of Michael Myers from Halloween is auctioning off some of her famous clothing for charity. Danielle Harris, the sexy star of Rob Zombie’s Halloween has listed many clothing items on FeeBay with the hopes of raising funds for worthy causes. One item is the bra she wore for her photoshoot with IGN… oh c’mon, don’t act like … Continue reading
Hanna Hall played Judith Myers – the elder sister of Michael Myers – in Rob Zombie’s HalloweeN (2007). Judith didn’t survive beyond Michael Myers’ childhood, so we didn’t get to see a whole lot of her in the movie (besides having a jerk tell her that he wanted to “do it” with a Michael Myers mask on). In Scalene, directed … Continue reading
Danielle Harris has gone up against some of horror’s most notorious killers and monsters (e.g. HalloweeN’s Michael Myers, Hatchet’s Victor Crowley). In Shiver, released in 2013, Danielle battles Mr. Rood a.k.a. The Griffin, a very boring and disappointing villain. It hardly matters that Shiver makes good use of the rainy atmosphere of Portland to give the proceedings a moody tone. … Continue reading
Not to be confused with Halloween (2007) starring Danielle Harris is Hallows’ Eve (2013) starring Danielle Harris. The film opens with an accident in which a young girl, Eve, is seemingly killed in the presence of some other kids. Ten years later, Eve is alive and has horrific scarring to half of her face. When we see Danielle Harris’ character, … Continue reading
This 2011 film reunites Laurie Strode and Michael Myers… which is to say that Scout Taylor-Compton and Tyler Mane, both from Rob Zombie’s HalloweeN movies, are co-stars in 247°F. Purportedly “based on true events,” 247°F has Scout play Jenna, a psychologically troubled young lady. In the past, Jenna lost her fiancé in a car wreck. Now, three years later, Jenna … Continue reading