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  Halloween on DVD
  Remake time again again
  Evil has a destiny in the re-working of this John Carpenter classic by acclaimed horror writer-director Rob Zombie coming to DVD on 28th April 2008.

Michael Myers is back in the 9th instalment in the classic Halloween franchise. The incarnation of all that is evil has escaped from the mental institution where he was sent as a 10-year-old after brutally killing his step-father, as well as his elder sister and her boyfriend.

Now, 17 years later, the adult Myers is on the run and heading home to Haddonfield with the intention of finding the baby sister Laurie he left behind.

As always, anyone who crosses his path is in mortal danger and the big question is whether his doctor Sam Loomis, played by Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange, If….) can find him before he finds Laurie.

Zombie, whose other works of horror include House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil's Rejects, displays all his mastery of the horror genre; this genuinely chilling spine-tingler will have the audience on the edge of their seats right to the charged finale.
  Graeme Clark [19 Mar 2008 at 22:58]
     

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