Halloween: Resurrection

Character: Laurie Strode

Directed by: Rick Rosenthal

Written by: Larry Brand, Sean Hood

Produced by: Paul Freeman

Cast Members: Busta Rhymes, Bianca Kajlich, Thomas Ian Nicholas. Ryan Merriman, Sean Patrick Thomas, Tyra Banks

Released date: July 12, 2002

Genre: Horror, Thriller

The original house of horrors, the dilapidated home of infamous serial killer Michael Myers, has now become the set of a webcam reality show. But when the veteran slasher discovers that a group of university students has taken over his old killing grounds, he decides it's time to bring the blades out of retirement.



• Evil Finds Its Way Home.
• Evil Never Dies. You can burn it, you can shoot it, you can lock it up forever, but evil never dies.
• The shape is back in action
• Everyone can see you. Everyone can hear you. But on July 12th, no one can help you.
• Michael’s work in Haddonfield is not done yet!
• Brother vs Sister… for one last time!
• Evil comes home.
• Michael Myers is back…and he’s ready to clean house!
• On July 12th, Michael comes home, and this time, there will be NO escape!
• The night HE came back!


→ Jamie Lee Curtis hated the idea of a sequel, as she felt that Laurie had a satisfying ending in the previous film. She initially refused to be in this film, until she ultimately agreed to do her part, only under the condition that she is killed off in the opening of the film so as to make sure her character, Laurie Strode (or herself) wouldn’t appear in another sequel.
→ Jamie Lee Curtis was quoted as saying she considered this film a joke.
→ Jamie Lee Curtis appears on the movie cover with short hair, despite having long hair in the film. If looked at more closely, one can easily tell that it’s the same picture of her that was used for the poster of the previous film, Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998).

Character’s Quotes

♦ You’ve heard of the tunnel. The one we all go through sooner or later. At the end, there’s a door. And waiting for you on the other side of that door is either Heaven or Hell. This is that door.
♦ You failed, Michael. Want to know why? Because I’m not afraid of you. But what about you? Are you afraid of me? Are you afraid to die, Michael?
♦ I knew you’d come for me sooner or later. What took you so long?
♦ I’ll see you in Hell.

Script developed by Never Enough Design