This article is a stub. You can help Halloween Series Wiki by expanding it. " I met this six year old child with this blank, pale, emotionless face, and the blackest eyes; the devil's eyes. I spent eight years trying to reach him, and then another seven trying to keep him locked up because I Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998) Connections on IMDb: Referenced in, Featured in, Spoofed and more Halloween H20: 20 Years Later is a 1998 American slasher film directed by Steve Miner.
No, as far as this film is concerned the timeline goes Halloween, Halloween II, Halloween H20, bringing things back to basics and simply providing what made the original film so wellloved two decades before: a scary man chasing some teenagers. Kevin Williamson, who became famous for writing Scream, also did a treatment for H20, and though his was not the final script used, it had a lot of impact on the drafts that followed.
Likewise, most of the music in the film was composed by Marco Beltrami, who wrote the scores for both Scream and Scream 2. May 12, 2009 Article. " Kevin Williamson and the Rise of the Neo Article. Gen X and the PostModern Cinema Slacker; Like Halloween H20, Scream and Scream 2 also break down the Scream 2: Plenty more horror references for fans of the genre to Halloween H20: 20 Years Later on Amazon Prime and Hulu!
Featured, Amazon Prime, Bluray, DVD, Halloween, horror, Hulu Sean Axmaker Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998) The legacy of the horror movie sequel was nicely summed up in Scream by Jaime Kennedys film geek character: more bodies, more While Halloween H20 credits John Ottman as its sole composer, Home video distributors Anchor Bay Entertainment and Scream Factory released Halloween: The Complete Collection to Bluray on September 23, 2014.
References External links And for those wondering about the title and what it's got to do with water (the H20 part), it simply stands for" Halloween Twenty" (for the twentieth anniversary of the first film). Halloween was fine on it's own without all the Scream references, the clip from Scream 2, the recycled score, etc.
It would've been a decent film if it tried to be it's own film instead of somebody else's.