Legends II: A Halloween Tale Picks Up Where H20 Left Off

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Did you ever wonder what happened after Halloween: H20 left off? No? Well, some people did. And the good folks at Godbout Entertainment have answered the question with Legends II: A Halloween Tale. The story picks up ten years after that particular Halloween film leaves off, and it takes an angle you certainly wouldn’t expect.

Legends II assumes that everything we saw in the Halloween series was true, and then Hollywood took the story and turned it into one of the most successful horror franchises of all time. Really? Someone do something slimy like that in Hollywood? Never!

The film stars AJ Jones, Alexia Maria Orihuela, Anthony Cosmano, Andrew Niemann, Michael Santi, Fran Rafferty, Cooper Zachery, Jeffery Vazquez, Karla Dieseldorff, Sarieha Alsawaf, Katrice Gallaway, Jennifer Ayala as Laurie and Ralph Lugo as The Shape. Gerald J. Godbout III wrote and directed. Check out the trailer below and cruise over to the Legends II: A Halloween Tale Facebook page and the official Legends II: A Halloween Tale website for more info.

From the Press Release
Godbout Entertainment is proud to announce the release of its latest production a tribute film to Halloween called Legends II: A Halloween Tale.

The film picks up ten years after the events depicted in Dimension Films’ Halloween: H20. But there is a twist: Legends II conceives that the events in past Halloween films happened in reality and then Hollywood turned them into films. “Telling the story this way lets us keep the events of the films as canon but allows Legends II to have its own path,” said writer/director Gerald J. Godbout III. “It was a labor of love and craziness as we shot part of this film in North Carolina – driving ten hours to the replica house from the first Halloween film that Kenny Caperton, a fan of the franchise and overall great guy, had built.”

Legends II: A Halloween Tale will bring to close a chapter of the Halloween franchise that was started by John Carpenter in 1978, something that was abandoned when Hollywood remade the original film in 2007.

Legends II: A Halloween Tale Picks Up Where H20 Left Off

Legends II: A Halloween Tale Synopsis:
John Tate has been living as John Freeling in Orlando, Florida, for the past ten years. As Halloween approaches, John begins to dream of his half-sister Jamie. She comes to him warning that their uncle the boogieman has re-awakened and will kill again. She tells him that together they can put an end to his rage and finally break their family’s curse. Meanwhile Haddonfield has gotten an upgrade by a huge construction company and has been bringing families back into its fold. New partner Greg Trent has a lot to prove and has gotten his friends together for the grand opening to the new Haddonfield. In the end John finds himself with a choice: run or go back to Haddonfield and face the man that has changed the name of Halloween forever, “Michael Myers”.

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  • Cinemascribe

    Michael appears to have been munching on one too many donuts in between films and apparently he’s getting so far on in years that even his mask is beginning to lose its’ hair.
    Sorry couldn’t resist. Having been involved in the indie film scene for the past few years, I give these people mad props for getting the film made and for attempting to be original..but it still looks like something fanboys with a camcorder made in their backyard..and the wannabe Jerry Goldsmith knock off Omen score only exacerbates things.

  • kiddcapone

    I don’t think there’s ENOUGH Rob Zombie bashing. If I live to be 100 I’ll still be shitting all over the worthless memory of Rob Zombie. It’s unforgivable what he’s done in the horror genre. He had an opportunity millions of Halloween fans would have killed to have. And what did he do? He took an iconic film, an iconic character, and rather than inject life into the series and open it up to a new younger generation of horror fans, he created two of the worst insulting ridiculous atrocious lowbrow films ever created. He made the worst Halloween sequels look like fucking masterpieces. And now what? The series has been ruined to the point of no return. No one can possibly continue Halloween in the future without pretending these 2 cinematic abortions exist. And the biggest crime there will be some young kids who only know this version of Halloween. Sad.

    Fuck Rob Zombie.

  • DavidFullam

    Pointless, old, tired Rob Zombie hating. Yes, folks, it’s Dread Central!

    • Uncle Creepy

      Seriously dude … point out a single place where anyone who works for DC has said anything negative about Zombie in the last year. We have high hopes for his next flick, but didn’t like El Superbeasto or his Halloween flicks. You act as if we damn him left and right it’s kinda funny!

    • Foywonder

      Needlessly whining about Dread Central hating on Rob Zombie even when there is no Rob Zombie hatred in the article. Pointless, old, tired DavidFullam overreacting.

    • Vanvance1

      After his last Halloween movie I wish there was MORE Rob Zombie bashing. He should issue a formal apology for that filmic abortion.

  • Terminal

    It’s not Zombieween so I’m there.

  • Katsumi

    I’m actually pretty intrested in this I’ve always wondered why they never mention what happened to Lauries son, and there is no way this can be as bad as Rob Zombies H2 or Resurection was, this should be pretty intresting…..