Halloween: Resurrection


1h 29m 2002

Brief Synopsis

The nurses at Grace Anderson Sanitarium tell stories of patient Laurie Strode. She's the sister of the murderous legend Michael Myers - and 3 years ago, she thought she had destroyed her sibling for good. She was wrong - dead wrong. After killing an innocent man, she was locked away and hasn't spoke

Film Details

Also Known As
Hall8ween, Halloween 8, Halloween 8: MichaelMyers.com, Halloween H2K, Halloween H2K: Evil Never Dies, Halloween Resurrection, Halloween.com, Halloween: Evil Never Dies, Halloween: Homecoming, Halloween: MichaelMyers.com, Halloween: The Homecoming
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2002
Distribution Company
Dimension Films
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 29m

Synopsis

The nurses at Grace Anderson Sanitarium tell stories of patient Laurie Strode. She's the sister of the murderous legend Michael Myers - and 3 years ago, she thought she had destroyed her sibling for good. She was wrong - dead wrong. After killing an innocent man, she was locked away and hasn't spoken a word since. The staff believes her to be suicidal - they've caught her on the roof before. But Michael Myers has other plans for Laurie... Back in the sleepy town of Haddonfield, Illinois, Freddie Harris, an ambitious entrepreneur, is ready to make some money with his new "reality" Internet event called Dangertainment. He's recruited six local college students to take part in his webcast. The "danger" arises when the students find out they have been picked to spend the night in the childhood home of Michael Myers. After an initial interview at the Haddonfield Inn, the students think they're all set for whatever scares come their way - and ready to reap the scholarship benefits Freddie is offering! Halloween arrives and the group prepares to enter the run-down house. There's Sara, a psychology major who's rather reserved. Her friend Jen Danzig is hoping her Dangertainment debut will lead to fame in broadcasting. There's Rudy Grimes, a student of culinary arts who's pretty handy with a knife. Bill Woodlake is a law student more interested in women than books. Jim Morgan is a music major rebel in leather and Donna Chang is a beautiful but smart skeptic. The cameras are on and the broadcast is live as the group sets out to explore the secrets of the Myers house. Outside in the garage-based control room, Freddie and his assistant Nora are ready for some Halloween fun of their own. But what the group doesn't know is that Michael Myers has come home - and he's ready to clean house!

Crew

Lina Akkad

Office Production Assistant

Malek Akkad

Coproducer

Moustapha Akkad

Executive Producer

Jeremy Alexander

Driver

Reese Alexander

Transportation Captain

Mark Allen

Sound Effects Editor

Matt Amriano

Assistant

Courtney Andersen

Costumer

Dianna Anderson

Art Department

Patrick Baca

Casting

Serguei Bachlakov

Location Scout

Steve Baine

Foley Artist

Mauricio Balvanera

Music

Kevin Banks

Sound Effects Editor

Kevin Banks

Music Editor

Chris Banting

Dolly Grip

Stephen Barden

Supervising Sound Editor

Jeffrey T. Barnes

Executive Producer

Bonnie Benwick

Assistant Director

Michelle Birch

Production Assistant

Paul Bloxham

Driver

Carlos Bolbrugge

Graphic Artist

Mike Bozulich

Digital Effects Artist

Katharina Brand

Set Decorator

Larry Brand

Story By

Larry Brand

Screenplay

Elke Brandstatter

On-Set Dresser

Keith Brooks

Rigging Electrician

Ross Brown

Casting

Simon Burnett

Stunt Double

John Carpenter

Theme Song

John Carpenter

Characters As Source Material

John Carr

Greensman

Kendra Carter

Casting Assistant

Mark Chinque

Carpenter

Nick Ciccone

Special Effects Assistant

Paige Cleveland

Main Title Design

Gary Coppola

Adr

Joao Cordeiro

Props Assistant

Mitchell Coughlin

Makeup Effects

James Coulter

Digital Effects Artist

Alexandra Cram

Property Master

Kate Cripps

Assistant Editor

Robert Currie

Security

Janina Dall

Stunt Double

Nawana Davis

Project Manager

Diana Davison

Makeup

Claire-jane Deacon

Makeup Effects

Simone Decamargo

Production

Robert Decoste

Assistant Camera

Jeff Deist

Makeup Effects

Paula Demille

Hair

Domenic Digiorgio

Digital Effects Artist

Deborah Dimitroff

Assistant Director

Michael Dittrick

Music Editor

Torbin Doege

Rigging Electrician

Anthea Domen

Set Costumer

Chris Dusendschon

Digital Effects

David Ebner

Digital Effects Artist

Dan Falkenberg

Location Scout

Robert A. Ferretti

Editor

Thom Floutz

Makeup Effects

Ian Fong

Driver

Karl Fornander

Animator

James Forsyth

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Martin Fossum

Sound Mixer

Paul Freeman

Producer

Kimberley French

Photography

Cleo Gagner

Hair

Frank Galline

Accounting Assistant

David Geddes

Director Of Photography

Leah Gejdos

Set Decorator

Ben Girard

Visual Effects Supervisor

Mary Karen Gleason

Production Accountant

Jack Skeets Gleeson

Post-Production Assistant

Jamison Goei

Visual Effects Supervisor

Todd Gogal

Painter

Brad Gogh

Costume Designer

Jeff Goldman

Digital Effects Artist

Shane Goodoff

Post-Production Accountant

James Grace

Art Department Coordinator

Catherine Graham

Hair Stylist

Leslie Graham

Makeup

H Daniel Gross

Co-Executive Producer

Gina Gyles

Foley

Kristan Hall

Foreman

Troy Hansen

Production Designer

Troy Hansen

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Sandra Hardy

Other

Shannon Harron

Accountant

Adam S Hawkey

Colorist

Adam S Hawkey

Titles And Opticals

Craig Henighan

Sound Effects Editor

Novia Hennah

Grip

Mathias Herndl

Other

Don J Hewitt

Stunt Double

Snowy Highfield

Makeup Effects

Denise Hignell

On-Set Dresser

Debra Hill

Characters As Source Material

Carol Hocking

Accounting Assistant

Caragh Hodge

Assistant Camera

Scott Holburn

On-Set Dresser

Michael Holm

Props Assistant

Ron Honn

Digital Effects Artist

Brendan Hood

Other

Sean Hood

Screenplay

David Horner

Adr Mixer

Kathleen Howatt

Makeup Assistant

Dominic Iacoviello

Security

Christopher Jaksa

Camera Trainee

Trevor Jolly

Adr Editor

Trevor Jolly

Adr/Dialogue Editor

Trevor Jolly

Supervising Sound Editor

Dennis Jones

Rigging Electrician

Rania Kamal

Assistant

Donna Keegan

Stunt Double

Donna Keegan

Stunt Coordinator

Phil Kieran

Location Manager

Patrick Kirkland

Production Assistant

Sarah Kohlman

Sound

Peck Koonar

Driver

Edmond Kozin

Digital Effects Artist

Jessica Landaw

Unit Director

Julie Landholt

Titles

Steve Larsen

Rigging Grip

Patrick Latarius

Construction Coordinator

Blair Law

Casting

Bill Lawrence

Stunt Double

Steven Lawrence

Makeup Effects

Kevin Leeson

Production Assistant

Ron Lester

Grip

Jason Lexa

Other

Darryl Litke

Driver

Tracy Long

Unit Production Manager

Brad Loree

Stunt Coordinator

Danny Lux

Music

Danny Lux

Music Producer

Danny Lux

Music Scoring Mixer

John Macintosh

Greensman

David Maclean

Art Director

Brent Macleod

Other

Stephen Maier

Assistant Camera

Dan Mansfield

Assistant Director

Matt Mariano

Music Scoring Mixer

Trevor C. Martin

Best Boy Grip

Jo Ann Mathies

Office Production Assistant

Asim Matin

Assistant Editor

Johanna Mazur

Set Decorator

Blair Mcdonald

Gaffer

Bill Mcrobbie

Driver

Jen Miller

Music Supervisor

Justin Mitchell

Digital Effects Artist

Lisa Mitchell

Hair

Lisa Mitchell

Makeup

Jamie Monk

Production Assistant

Ian Montgomery

Driver

Patrick Moore

Generator Operator

Laurel Morgan

Costumer

Jerome Morin

Visual Effects Producer

Michael Morreale

Executive Producer

Kirk Morri

Post-Production Supervisor

Deborah Morriss

Painter

Kim Mortensen

Special Effects Coordinator

Cheryl Moujabber

Script Supervisor

Mike Murphey

Editor

Robert Musnicki

Stand-In

Ocean Mussak

Props Assistant

Robin Nasif

Casting

Robin Nassif

Casting

Chris Navarro

Adr

Sue Norman

Production Assistant

Heidi Nutley

Assistant Costume Designer

Michael O'sullivan

Painter

Jeremy Oddo

Animator

Akira Orikasa

Digital Effects Artist

Phillip Palousek

Visual Effects

Sookie Park

Animator

Will Park

Transportation Coordinator

Michael Pecchia

Digital Effects Artist

Joaquin Pecheur

Titles And Opticals

Joaquin Pecheur

Colorist

Daniel Pellerin

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Peter Persaud

Foley Mixer

Michelle Pitney

Dresser

Tony Poulsen

Boom Operator

Maureen Prentice

Assistant

Jill Purdy

Adr/Dialogue Editor

Christopher Regan

Color Timer

Mike Jay Regan

Makeup Effects

Dave Righton

Props Buyer

Brent Roach

Foley Mixer

Darren Robertson

Video Playback

Phil Rodowsky

Continuity

Todd Rodowsky

Continuity

Allan J Ross

Production Assistant

Mickey Sangha

Driver

Ken Sawatzky

Dresser

Maryka Sennema

Assistant Director

Paul Smale

Caterer

Geoff Smallman

Production Assistant

Film Details

Also Known As
Hall8ween, Halloween 8, Halloween 8: MichaelMyers.com, Halloween H2K, Halloween H2K: Evil Never Dies, Halloween Resurrection, Halloween.com, Halloween: Evil Never Dies, Halloween: Homecoming, Halloween: MichaelMyers.com, Halloween: The Homecoming
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2002
Distribution Company
Dimension Films
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 29m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer July 12, 2002

Re-released in United States October 25, 2002

Released in United States on Video December 10, 2002

This film is the eighth sequel in the "Halloween" series.

Rick Rosenthal also directed "Halloween 2".

Released in United States Summer July 12, 2002

Re-released in United States October 25, 2002

Released in United States on Video December 10, 2002