Jamie Lee Curtis Adoption Book
In the second installment in the series, whether outside or in the hospital, the scary Mickey Myers continues to indulge in his favorite sport: kill his neighbor . . Released in 1981, Halloween II fully deserves its title as the story starts when s'achve that Tier 1 of the series, Halloween, The Night of the Masks: Haddonfield (Illinois) during the night 31 October 1978, just as the APRS psychiatrist Sam Loomis (Donald Pleasance) was shot six times - and point blank if you flat! - The monstrous Mickal Myers who was trying to stifle Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis). . . . Some laugh at the improbability nime . . . but these six shots Russian-born Michal this point slay the white mask, which a few hours earlier, vad s'tait the mental asylum o 15 years, he was so confined for murdering his older sister one Halloween night perptr. Haddonfield and precisely . . . . If Michal returns to the scene of his crime is, so to speak, to finish the job and kill his sister Laurie, who bears the name of Strode, the family who adopted e death of her parents when she was two years . . . . In short, the night of October 31, 1978, Haddonfield is a town where he is wise to refrain from fter Halloween in the streets with dguisements dsormais habitus which are small with Franais parents have never read the diatribes against the Philippe Muray fte which testifies to the amricanisation minds . . . . First, the filmmaker has chang-Rick Rosenthal has replaced John Carpenter, and the performer of Michael Myers - dsormais is the turn of Dick Warlock turn without ever showing his face!. Another change is visible that the Myers quickly ceases honntes kill people in their homes and attacking dsormais health personnel who work in hospital centers since o Laurie sits after her Loomis rescue . . . . About Loomis, the psychiatrist is the 36th following the end of the beginning of the film because, after you Mickal studied for 15 years he came to the conclusion that there had nothing human in him except perhaps be a strength for him to contain himself and let the team accroire mdicale - accustomed to its immobility and silence - that, in some respects, he was so patient . . . ideal. But those that do cost a courtesy: yes, a young man in white mask you have just been a car, people will believe in scurithellip; Grave mistake: A few minutes after s the Departure from this young morgue, two of his friends come to ask the police to his new . . . . Meanwhile, fleeing the neighborhood where he has some gorg RESIDENT Michael comes into smooth in the car of Karen (Pamela Susan Shoop), a superb infirmire who goes to work, h tal . . . . This beauty will be badly rewards of his race by Myers, who will gorge APRS she started having sex with a paramedic, a jacuzzi that the monster was able to make so hot that the heel of Karen had to get up to go down the temprature (and be cooled by Mickal . . !). To claim it is, this small erotic scene redolent of the 70s will see that Michal is not only a murderer, but also a mle insensitive to the body a woman who would MRIT to win the title in the famous magazine Playmate of Hugh Hefner. . . . These things said, Loomis will again be forced to play the savior by killing this time not with Michal his gun this time, but through an exploding gas cylinder. . . . Mickal kill, finally . . try to kill him! Ralis because when this kind of production, not about killing the goose that lays golden eggs, namely the three characters following. In 1982, a year after the release of this second opus, a dnomm Boyer you guilty of a retired couple from Florida, confessed s'tre imagined in Halloween II at his act. . . .