Wrapping up our month long Halloween theme with more of the night he came home. That’s right folks if you couldn’t tell from the title were doing it again. A fan commentary for the classic Halloween II 1981. Listen in or watch with Christian, Jason, Brian and Aaron and try not to bail before it’s over.
Seriously folks it’s not their best offering, there are a few great moments in there but its Trick or Treat for real. Which will it be for you?
Plus it just wouldn’t be a House of Gozer podcast without some major geeking out over the new trailer for Star Wars.
So sit back, make sure your apples and candy are without razors and needles. Make sure your doors are locked up tight as The House of Gozer podcast tries to bring you it’s Fan Commentary for Halloween II 1981.
Have a grand Samhain.
Episode 83: Halloween II 1981 – Fan Commentary
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The Score is basically the same Carpenter score from the first film with Alan Howarth bumping it up into an ominous fever that in my opinion out matches the first one. The original score was frighting, this one is just over powering evil.
This is a great documentary on the entire franchise up to Rob Zombie’s Halloween Films. Narrated by PJ Soles who played Linda in the originals it gives a very detailed look at the making and breaking of one of the Icons of Horror.
I highly recommend it.
Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode
Donald Pleasence as Dr. Sam Loomis
Charles Cyphers as Leigh Brackett
Lance Guest as JimmyLloyd
Pamela Susan Shoop as Karen Bailey
Hunter von Leer as Gary Hunt
Tawny Moyer as Jill Franco
Ana Alicia as Janet Marshall
Nancy Stephens as Marion Chambers
Gloria Gifford as Mrs. Virginia Alves
Leo Rossi as Budd Scarlotti
Ford Rainey as Dr. Frederick Mixter
Jeffrey Kramer as Graham
Dick Warlock as The Shape (Michael Myers)
Cliff Emmich as Mr. Garrett
John Zenda as MarshalAnne Bruner as Alice Martin
Lucille Benson as Mrs Elrod
Nancy Loomis as Annie Brackett (corpse cameo)
Catherine Bergstrom as Producer
Dana Carvey as Assistant
Brian Andrews as Tommy Doyle
Written and Produced by John Carpenter and Debra Hill
Music by John Carpenter and Alan Howarth
Cinematography by Dean Cundey
Directed by Rick Rosenthal
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