Halloween 2 1981 directors cut regency

Nov 01, 2010  Halloween II (2009): Director's Cut. Discussion in 'High Def' started by Chunkblower, Oct 31, 2010. It was less grating since there were no scenes that invited direct comparison to 1981s Halloween II. the directors cut is way too long (the 101 minute theatrical version is better even if still too long). Theres a scene at the Halloween II (1981) Trailer In a continuation of the plot of Halloween, Michael Myers shows off his indestructability by resuming his murder spree despite being gunned down with six bullets in the original movie.

Aug 19, 2010 things you will need in order to have Halloween 2 The Ultimate Cut (1981) CHANGE OF PLANS, USE UTORRENT INSTEAD OF LIMEWIRE 2) This article is about the Producer's Cut of the first sequel. For other meanings, see Halloween II (disambiguation). The Halloween 2: Producer's Cut is an alternate version of 1981's Halloween II.

It contains several added Screenshots from another edition of Halloween II Bluray Picks up at the exact moment the first movie stopped and follow the aftermath of Michael Myers murderous rampage through the eyes of Halloween II Unrated Director's Cut on Blu Ray is the wisest edition to purchase for this title. Special features are included and the uncut brutality of Rob Zombie are all on display in this version.

In America the movie was released on DVD and BluRay on January 12 2010. Both versions were released on DVD, although seperately. On BluRay, one can only buy the Director's Cut. Halloween II is a 1981 American slasher film directed by Rick Rosenthal in his directorial debut, Tommy Lee Wallace, the director of Halloween III, stated, I saw a rough cut of Halloween II, and it wasn't scary.

Dec 24, 2009 Halloween II Bluray offers solid video and superb audio in this fanpleasing Bluray release Picks up at the exact moment the first movie stopped and follow the aftermath of Michael Myers Oct 30, 1981 Watch video If you were to make a list of the worst sequels ever made, Halloween II would be right smack there up at the top of the list somewhere.

Halloween had great potential for a sequel, but the writers, director, the actors, and everyone else associated with this mess sure blew it here.

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