It’s the Halloween 3 of the franchise!
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I enjoyed this film the most out of the series (though, admittedly, I’ve only seen four of them). The hammy acting and “90s camera angles” really bring back some nostalgia in a way the others do not. It gives me that King Diamond “Welcome Home” vibe every time there’s a dutch angle with too much purple.
My only nitpick here was something a few others will catch anyway. A succubus is a female demon which tempts men; an incubus is the male version. Unless Sonny had a Prue-esque sex change mid-way through, of course. 😉
nice to have you back lupa.
oh and sweet jason heads hanging behind yah
Yay, she’s back with more Witchcraft!
However, does Halloween 3 really have a cult following? Huh, didn’t know that, I always thought it was universally reviled for not having Michael and Loomis in it.
I never understood the criticism.
The filmmakers wanted to do something else with the Halloween franchise and that would have been a much more interesting direction than at current. Having a new concept every year for Halloween is ingenius and would make it almost a holiday tradition to watch the new Halloween film. Saw was doing this for a while and it worked out.
8:00 Thanks. I’ve always wondered what my own conception looked like.
What does the “Oh my God!” line come from?
Technically he would be an incubus.
For a stereotypical Irishman, that priest was awfully Protestant.
So this movie ripped off the Exorcist (with the priest getting out of the car in front of the house) and the Omen (with the priest getting impaled). Makes sense, I guess, since the first one ripped of Rosemary’s Baby. The series has now officially pulled off a hat-trick of ripping off classic Satanic thrillers.