Originally Posted by Bomm Bastic
AW Ive seen both ( several times) and I have to tell ya Zombie captures the sadistic side that Carpenter disregarded.
Maybe, but I was incredibly disappointed with Zombie's Halloween. Carpenter created something amazing, and on a budget of $320k, that kind of thing is unheard of. He created something terrifying using great storytelling, great camera work and lighting, and by using characters you cared about. I was SO excited to see what Rob Zombie could do with Halloween; The Devil's Rejects was brilliant, and I thought that Halloween was something that he could really sink his teeth into. Sadly, I found it to be a hollow, blood filled special effect movie filled with characters that I could care less for...