Rob Zombie’s slasher film Halloween 2 2009 Ending Explained will be our focus of attention today in Otakukart. Firstly, if you are not familiar with Halloween, it is a remake of the 1978 horror movie. It marks the tenth movie of that long-running franchise. Moreover, it also marks a sequel to the 2007 film. With October month in full bloom and right in the middle of the Halloween season, it is only logical that internet users are watching horror films compulsively and querying the internet for answers regarding horror films’ endings.
Halloween II follows Laurie Strode as she deals with the fallout from the previous film’s events, Dr. Loomis as he attempts to capitalize on those events by publishing a new book that chronicles everything that occurred, and Michael Myers as he continues his search for Laurie in order to reunite with his sister. Malcolm McDowell, Scout Taylor-Compton, and Tyler Mane reprise their roles as Dr. Loomis, Laurie Strode, and Michael Myers, respectively, from the 2007 picture.
Halloween 2 2009 Ending Explained
Michael shows up at the party and murders Harley before going to the Brackett home and mortally wounding Annie. Laurie and Mya return to the home and discover Annie, who dies in Laurie’s arms. Michael murders Mya and then pursues Laurie, who tries to flee. When Sheriff Brackett returns home, he discovers his daughter has died. Laurie flags down a vehicle, but Michael murders the driver and turns the car over, leaving Laurie inside. Michael then transports Laurie, who is unconscious, to an abandoned shed. Laurie wakes to her hallucinations with Deborah, which are seen by both her and Michael, who requests that she call her “mother.”
The cops track down Michael and surround the shed. When Loomis attempts to revive Laurie from her hallucinations, Michael snatches him and stabs him to death. Before getting shot through the cabin window by Brackett and impaled on a rake. Laurie, apparently free of her visions, goes up to Michael and stabs him to death with his own knife. Laurie puts on Micahel’s mask and comes out of the shed. Later, Laurie sits in a mental hospital in seclusion, smirking as Deborah’s ghost arrives with the horse.
Halloween 2 2009 Plot
Deborah —Michael Myers’ mother— visits his son at the Smith’s Grove Sanitarium and gives him a white horse figurine as a gift. Laurie Strode is still in shock fifteen years later after shooting an adult, Michael. Sheriff Lee Brackett locates Laurie and transports her to a hospital. Laurie has moved in with the Bracketts a year later. Michael has been gone for some time and is believed dead. While Laurie is dealing with her trauma, Dr. Loomis has decided to use the situation to create another book. Michael is still alive and living as a wanderer, has been experiencing visions of his mother’s ghost and a younger version of himself, both of whom urged him to reconnect with Laurie. Michael comes to a farm and murders the proprietors before fleeing to Haddonfield.
Laurie starts experiencing hallucinations that mimic Michael’s history while Michael goes to Haddonfield. Her hallucinations start to involve her reenacting Michael’s killings. Meanwhile, Loomis goes on tour to sell his new book, only to be chastised by the public, who accuse him of being responsible for Michael’s crimes and of profiting off the deaths of Michael’s victims. When Loomis’ book is published, Laurie realizes she is really Angel Myers, Michael’s long-lost sister. She attends a Halloween party with her coworkers, Mya and Harley, to distract herself from how she is feeling.
The conclusion of Zombie’s Director’s Cut of Halloween II is identical to the original until Loomis enters the cabin with Michael and Laurie. At this moment, Michael pushes Loomis through the cabin wall and stabs him to death, but not before removing his mask and yelling, “Die!” Not only did Zombie reveal Michael’s identity and make him speak, but he also offered him the most meaningless single sentence ever. If spectators had heard Michael’s initial remarks, there could have been riots in the cinemas.
After Michael’s assault on Loomis, the police kill him, but a disoriented Laurie rushes to pick up Michael’s dagger and approaches Loomis as if she would stab his corpse as well. Despite Sheriff Brackett’s protests, the cops open-fire on Laurie and murdered her as well. In her dying moments, she seems to find peace and a vision of the institution scene from the original plays over a cover of “Love Hurts,” as Laurie sees Deborah Myers and the white horse.