Frustrating, confusing, loud, and offensive, this horribly bad sequel not only continues to ruin the story line and characters so deftly created by John Carpenter in HALLOWEEN (1978), but sets a new standard of stupidity. The fifth entry in the "Halloween" series, it again concerns Michael
Myers (Donald L. Shanks), who returns to Haddonfield, after surviving a shootout, to kill a little girl with whom he is psychically linked. Of course, the indestructible Dr. Loomis (a delightfully over-the-top Donald Pleasence) pops in and out hoping to catch Michael before he gets to the girl,
and the usual promiscuous teenagers are also on hand. Unable to decide whether HALLOWE...