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Posted May 3, 2013
Michael Still on the Run
The scariest movie I’ve ever seen was Halloween II. I enjoy watching horror movies and they suspense they keep their audience in. But part II was the scariest of them all. With scary music playing in the background Michael went on a murdering rampage in search for his sister.
Michael Myers was the lead actor in this movie. Laurie Strode played his sister and his intended victim. Together they created one of the most horrific movies of all times. There were scenes that shouldn’t have been in this movie. The camera was set so that the images would look real, to the viewer’s eyes. The unrealistic graphics keeps the audience on edge, just when they think he’s done killing, he shows up deadlier than before, with revenge that’s unstoppable. This had to be the scariest movie I’ve seen since I been watching horror movies.
There was one scene when Michael goes into a hospital in search for his sister Laurie, he kills a black nurse by stabbing her repeatedly in her chest, with a knife that was so long, viewers could hear the sound as the blade were going in and out of her body. It seemed as if I felt the pain through my chest. Finally, Laurie escapes the hospital in search for help, but Michael is still on her trail, destiny to reunite with his sister.
The film’s bloody images, also made for such a scary movie, had blood everywhere. All the stabbing, beating, cutting, and the chopping of people bodies were something that Michael had a thrill in doing. But it seems so real as if it was right before your very eyes. This beast created a bloody massacre. Walls were painted in blood and bodies were losing blood. It was so much blood they could have donated some to American Red Cross.
Some scenes were too graphic. Especially, one scene when this couple is preparing to have sex and get killed by Michael in the. This scene was just too much for a horror movie. It was more nudity than actual sex in this movie and too much cursing. This made it unsuitable for children to watch.
In conclusion, Michael Myers, who played this deranged killing monster, in Halloween II, went absolutely crazy killing people in this movie, like never before. I’ll continue to watch horror movies with my family because I can’t watch them alone. Horror movies wouldn’t be scary if the directors didn’t make them exciting and at the same time horrifying.
And the way the camera was set the images seem so real, with unrealistic graphics it had to be the scariest one I’ve seen since I been watching horror movies.