Halloween 5 – Die Rache des Michael Myers (1989)32K
Halloween 5 – Die Rache des Michael Myers: Directed by Dominique Othenin-Girard. With Donald Pleasence, Danielle Harris, Ellie Cornell, Beau Starr. One year after the events of Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988), the Shape returns to Haddonfield once again in an attempt to kill his now-mute niece.
“u0026#39;Halloween 5u0026#39; begins immediately where part 4 ended. We see that Michael Myers has indeed survived being shot by state troopers, and has fallen down a mine shaft. He travels along a small river and makes his way to some tent that a homeless person is living in. He falls unconscious for an entire year, until Halloween 1989. Jamie meanwhile has spent the entire year in a state facility for children. She has not spoken one word the whole time. She can now however sense when Michael is near or when he is ready to strike. Anyways,Halloween night approaches and Michael is back in Haddonfield ready to hack and slash anything that gets in his way of murdering Jamie. We meet a younger set of characters (only there to add to the body count) which connect to Rachel from u0026#39;Halloween 4u0026#39;. The film follows them along with Jamie/Loomis leading to an interesting conclusion.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eu0026#39;Halloween 5u0026#39; is definitely the weakest of the original series. So many things that separate it from the rest, and make it less of a worthwhile watch. First of all, this one was scary or even that creepy in the slightest. The previous instalment actually did a great job at creating and establishing an eerie atmosphere. This was a rushed attempt at scary in my opinion. The acting was questionable (to say the least) from the supporting cast. Other than Pleasance and Harris, it wasnu0026#39;t anything to write home about. They also kill off an important character (to me anyways) EARLY on which I hated. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eMichael Myers himself is also not intimidating at all. Don Shanks did a lackluster job in the role of the shadow. And the Myers house looked like some mausoleum/crypt mansion, nothing like the original. Itu0026#39;s an insult to viewers to not even attempt to make it similar. And the kills were not well done, they felt cheap when compared to the first four films (even u0026#39;Halloween IIIu0026#39; did a greater job…). Itu0026#39;s still one that should be seen by all horror and u0026#39;Halloweenu0026#39; fans. It has itu0026#39;s moments plus establishes a storyline (the man in black) that carries on into the sixth film.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003e5/10”