... you can learn from:
Halloween: H20 (1998)
Laurie Strode: Molly please, do you haveany thoughts on Victor and Elizabeth?Molly: Well, um, well I think that Victor shouldhave confronted the monster sooner. He's completelyresponsible for Elizabeth's death because he was soparalyzed by fear that he never did anything.It took death for the guy to get a clue.Laurie Strode: And why do you think he wasfinally able to confront his monster?Molly: I think that Victor had reached a point in his lifewhere he had nothing left to lose. I mean the monstersought to that by killing off everybody that he loved.Victor finally had to face it. It was about redemption... it was his fate.
One, it's Michelle Williams' birthday today, and two, I am actively avoiding any and everything regarding the screening of the new Halloween film (Halloween Kills, aka Halloween Bangs) in Venice yesterday, so why not distract ourselves with this look back at the original "Laurie Strode came back to fight her dumb brother and only got a decapitation in its sequel for her efforts" joint. (PS I am not saying I know whether she lives or dies in the new movie -- as I just said I am avoiding everything about it.)