Michael Myers's Gets Some Face Time on New H2 Poster

May 8, 2009

New H2 Poster

The Weinstein Company has debuted a new poster for Rob Zombie's H2: Halloween 2 today. This is the second official teaser poster, as we already debuted an early one back in December. I'm going to make a risky prediction: Halloween 2 will flop. I know it's way too early to say something like that, and I hate doing it, but I've got a feeling their marketing is just going to fall apart and no one will want to see this in the end. I have nothing against this poster, I actually like the blue tinge to it and the big, bold design, but I'm just not feeling any excitement for this. If you think there is some buzz, then prove me wrong, I'd love to hear it!

Halloween 2 Poster

Rob Zombie's H2 picks up at the exact moment the first movie stopped and follows the aftermath of Michael Myers' (Tyler Mane) murderous rampage through the eyes of heroine Laurie Strode.

H2: Halloween 2 is again both written and directed by musician and filmmaker Rob Zombie, of House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil's Rejects, and 2007's Halloween previously. This sequel is the continuation of a "reboot" of John Carpenter's original Halloween series that lasted for eight films until Halloween: Resurrection in 2002. The Weinstein Company will bring H2: Halloween 2 to theaters on August 28th.

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This looks like a fake amateur crap!

bltzie on May 8, 2009


simple. I like it.

Caleb on May 8, 2009


#1 I second that. Even the teaser poster looked like a cheap paintshop cut and paste job. I also can't help but notice they gave michael a chelsea grin just like heath's joker.

teyhtr on May 8, 2009


It's horrible and it will still be 100 times better than the movie.

BONO on May 8, 2009


That's a pretty bad poster

d1rEct on May 8, 2009


they are killing michael myers off

big dick luke on May 8, 2009


I don't think it's the marketing that will drive people away. The first movie is reason enough not to see this.

Chuck Norris on May 8, 2009


Wow... I just lost ALL faith in Rob Zombie... :l I mean 1000 Corpses and Rejects were awesome, but cmon now... Im even starting to question Superbeasto....

Toucmyinfection on May 8, 2009


Very nice poster.

MonkeyMowse on May 8, 2009


one of the ugliest posters ever. looks fanmade.

Ryderup on May 9, 2009


It looks like it's been made on a consumer level HD camera, looking at the quality of the image.

d1rEct on May 9, 2009


Dont' like the poster that much!!

Edge on May 9, 2009


The poster looks extremely old, i loved the first one from the looks of it the this one will suck. Hope i am wrong.

Fisherr on May 9, 2009


believe it or not a poster doesn't make the movie. nor does it give you any insight on how good the movie will be.

Caleb on May 9, 2009


Looks like a pirate =)

David Banner on May 9, 2009


I could tolerate the crappy poster if, in return, they remove the retarded "ghost mom" shit from the movie. I understand that Zombie is obsessed with his wife, but, come on... How very disappointing. Stop raping the movie icons of my youth! >=(

SuicidalOptimist on May 10, 2009


#14, don't bother, no ones going to listen to you, not how it works here. and at #3, there is absolutely no trace of that at all. I will agree the poster looks bad, but its not going to be the final one, and posters aren't the movie.

Caesius on May 10, 2009


why is that bastard even remaking these movies. there not even that old yet to be remade. havnt seen the first remake and i wont be running to see this anytime soon.

David on May 10, 2009


looks awful...just like the movie itself.

aaron on May 10, 2009


#18 20-25 years seems to be the remake launch pad. Anything up to 1985, good luck.

wm on May 11, 2009


Im going to make myself very unpopular here but give Zombie a chance! His Halloween bought the character to a whole new audience. The franchise was dead before he ressurected it! H2o anyone? Utter fucking bullshit! The original however popular and critically acclaimed is pretty tame for todays audiences. I for one loved Zombies Halloween, Michael Myers is supposed to be a twisted psycopath and Zombie portrayed this perfectly, Myers is a violent character and so is the film, the way it should be! I will admit the trailer for Halloween 2 on the other hand doesnt sell it too well, but its only a first glimpse and i enjoyed the first so am going to reserve judgement for now, hopefully i wont be the only one.

Voice of reason on May 23, 2009


I Loved all Rob Zombie's Films and Hallaween was great,and i'll be there the first day first showing of halloween 2,,I went and saw Rob Zombie's first Halloween 3 times and bought the dvd the day it was released,, can't wait!!!!!!!!!

Rod Walker on Jun 4, 2009

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