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2007 | 109 MINUTES | 2.35:1




After being committed for 17 years, Michael Myers, now a grown man and still very dangerous, escapes from the mental institution and immediately returns to Haddonfield to find his baby sister, Laurie.

Cast & Characters

  • Malcom McDowell
    • as Dr. Sam Loomis
  • Brad Dourif
    • as Sheriff Leigh Brackett
  • Tyler Mane
    • as Michael Myers
  • Daeg Faerch
    • as Michael Myers, aged 10
  • Sherri Moon Zombie
    • as Deborah Myers
  • William Forsythe
    • as Ronnie White
  • Richard Lynch
    • as Principal Chambers
  • Udo Kier
    • as Morgan Walker
  • Clint Howard
    • as Doctor Koplenson
  • Danny Trejo
    • as Ismael Cruz
  • Lew Temple
    • as Noel Kluggs
  • Tom Towles
    • as Larry Redgrave
  • Bill Moseley
    • as Zach Garrett
  • Leslie Easterbrook
    • as Patty Frost
  • Steve Boyles
    • as Stan Payne
  • Scout Taylor-Compton
    • as Laurie Strode
  • Danielle Harris
    • as Annie Brackett
  • Skyler Gisondo
    • as Tommy Doyle
  • Jenny Gregg Stewart
    • as Lindsey Wallace
  • Hanna Hallas Judith Myers
  • Kristina Klebe
    • as Lynda Van Der Klok
  • Adam Wesiman
    • as Steve
  • Sydnie Pitzer, Myla Pitzer & Stella Altman
    • as Baby Boo
  • Dee Wallace
    • as Cynthia Strode
  • Max Van Ville
    • as Paul
  • Nick Mennell
    • as Bob Simms
  • Pat Skipper
    • as Mason Strode
  • Daryl Sabara
    • as Wesley Rhoades
  • Richmond Arquette
    • as Deputy Charles
  • Ken Foree
    • as Big Joe Grizzly
  • Paul Kampf
    • as Officer Lowery
  • Sybil Danning
    • as Nurse Wynn
  • Micky Dolenz
    • as Derek Allen
  • Daniel Roebuck
    • as Lou Martini
  • Mel Fair
    • as Tyler Madison
  • Sid Haig
    • as Chester Chesterfield
  • Nikki Taylor Melton
    • as Princess #1
  • Deven Streeton
    • as Princess #2


  • Directed by
    • Rob Zombie
  • Written by
    • Rob Zombie
  • Executive Producers
    • Bob & Harvey Weinstein
    • Matthew Stein
  • Produced by
    • Andy Gould
    • Malek Akkad
    • Rob Zombie
  • Associate Producer
    • Patrick Esposito
  • Composed by
    • Tyler Bates
  • Edited by
    • Glenn Garland
  • Director of Photography
    • Phil Pharmet


When young Michael grabs the knife from the kitchen drawer to kill Judith with, the knife shakes as he pulls it free, revealing it t one a fake.

Michael is given metal utensils at the asylum, despite the fact that asylums such as the one Michael is in would give out plastic utensils.

Michael’s escape occurs fifteen years after Deborah’s suicide. Dr. Loomis and Sheriff Brackett refer to it being seventeen years ago in their conversations for the film’s third act.

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Rob Zombie had originally pitched two films. The first would focus on Michael as a child and growing up in the Sanitarium, while the second would have been a full-length remake of the original.

Rob Zombie was opposed to cameos from actors in the original franchise, as he felt it would cheapen the remake. Danielle Harris’s manager had convinced Rob Zombie to let her audition.

The longest Halloween film in the entire franchise with a running time of 109 minutes for the theatrical cut and 121 minutes for the director’s cut.

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Release & Reception

  • Release Date: August 31, 2007
  • Budget: $15,000,000
    • Equivalent to $18,673,134 in 2020
  • Opening Weekend: $26,362,367
    • Equivalent to $32,817,867 in 2020
  • Domestic Gross: $58,272,029
    • Equivalent to $72,541,428 in 2020
  • IMDb: 6.1/10
  • MetaCritic
    • Meta Score: 47/100
    • User Score: 5.6/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes: 26%

Elliott’s Personal Ranking: 8/11

Home Video

Halloween was the first film in the franchise to be released on home video in two different versions – its theatrical cut and the unrated director’s cut.



Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007) - Early Draft
  • Early Draft.
  • Written by Rob Zombie.
  • Undated, but from 2006.
  • 127 pages.

to read the screenplay, click here.

Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007) - Treatment
  • Treatment
  • Written by Rob Zombie.
  • Undated, but from 2006.
  • 38 pages.

to read the treatment, click here.

Alternate Versions

Before Halloween‘s theatrical release in August 2007, an early workprint made its way to the internet and was quickly spread around. It featured many scenes that weren’t in the film’s theatrical cut, as well as an alternate ending.

When Halloween made its way to home video, an extended version of the film called the Unrated Director’s Cut was released. Running 12 minutes longer, it featured many of the scenes that were in the film’s workprint, but retooled in the order portrayed in the theatrical print.