H2

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So far it’s been nothing but random bearded factory workers covered in chalk dust pretending to be Michael Myers. They wouldn’t even don a mask to complete the ruse. Now, a new image from H2 shows Mikey with half a mask and a whole lot of homeless chic.

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On the plus side, the new trailer voiceover says “Zombie completes his extreme vision of a terrifying legend.” So that’s something…

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Today brings the birth of The Early Edition, FSR’s latest daily feature — its your new first stop for movie news in the morning. Period. Seriously.

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Per Shock Till You Drop, Michael Myers will spend about 70% of H2 without a mask. Myers, the iconic masked boogie man, will walk around for most of the new film with a beard on his face instead of a mask. Note to Zombie… a dude that looks like the lost and retarded fourth member of ZZ Top is not scary.

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Rob Zombie’s Halloween 2 — that’s H2 if you’re too lazy to spell out long words that end in “ween” — is officially going to kick ass. Yup. Veteran scream queen Margot Kidder is on board.

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Rec2 - What the Hell is happening here?

A lot of 2’s are coming down the pipe in the horror world. Remakes? Sequels? Little column A, little column B? Either way, some first look pics of both films are now on the interwebs.

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The folks at Dimension Films have released the first teaser poster for Rob Zombie’s H2, the sequel to his 2007 remake of the 1978 John Carpenter classic Halloween.

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Rob Zombie has his hands on a second Halloween film, and we have our hands on a picture of Michael Myers’ new mask.

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