#CinemaSunday: Halloween Ressurection (2002)

HAPPY HALLOWEEN HANGOVER! I’m certain you’re either:

buried in a shameful pile of candy wrappers
just returning home from a costumed walk of fame (AIN’T NO SHAME)
hungover af
or picking through your child’s candy for “safety” aka getting all your favs

No matter the case, I have you covered as always for a horror film to soothe your Sunday blues. I had to choose something very themed, obviously, and this week’s pick is a classic (which yes is weird to say about a film from ’02 but lets face it, we’re old now ok).
Halloween: Ressurection stars some of the early 2000s biggest stars including Busta Rhymes, and Tyra Banks, and never fails to get me in the spoopy spirit.


 Genre:  Horror/Slasher/Classic

The Halloween film series spans across 10+ films (including remakes, Rob Zombie baby I see you), this one is one of my all time favourites. Co-written by horror legend John Carpenter, Halloween: Resurrection tells the story of a cast of a reality show getting killed off.

Pausing for unnecessary comments about someone killing the Kardashians (I’m a doll fan ok)

The twist? The show is being filmed in the old Myers’ home in Haddenfield, uh oh.

Fun Fact:  Jamie Lee Curtis ironically stars as the dean in Ryan Murphy’s Fox hit TV series ‘Scream Queens’


I’m a huge Busta fan, seeing him in a horror movie is pretty much all I need in life lets be honest.


9.5 Tyra yelling at a model GIFs of out 10

who should watch this

your bff
Tiffany from ANTM (be quiet)
anyone named Dirk
Sherri Moon Zombie


Published by Nikki Sin

Toronto based blogger, dreamer, and a green tea addict. Currently working with a fire breathing dragon, no seriously.

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