Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998)
Laurie Strode (from Halloween I and II) is now the head mistress at a prestigious private school, which is attended by her 17 year-old son. On the 20th anniversary of the events that occurred in Halloween I, Laurie begins having nightmares, flashbacks, and visions of her evil brother,
Genre: Horror,Thriller
Director: Steve Miner
Release Date: August 5, 1998
Producers: Paul Freeman
Actors: Jamie Lee Curtis,Josh Hartnett,Adam Arkin,Michelle Williams,LL Cool J,Jodi Lyn O'Keefe,Adam Hann-Byrd,Janet Leigh,Joseph Gordon-Levitt,Nancy Stephens,Branden Williams,Beau Billingslea,Matt Winston,Larisa Miller,Emmalee Thompson
             
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