Veteran genre film and television actress Lorena Gale made an appearance as the talking head of over-explanation as to why executives just had to develop one more useless Halloween film and not let Laurie Strode have the closure I was very satisfied with in Halloween: H20 (1998). It was so perfect, and I naively believed that this was the end of the franchise. But Nurse Wells explains in such an emotionless way, this eye roll inducing, elaborate story that made me so angry, I don't know how I went through with watching the rest of the film.
Pay close attention to the end of the film and some screen shots online. Conjecture relays that Nora's death scene was cut from the theatrical release. We see her dead body somewhere in the third act but no Michael Myers-Nora hack and slash sequence. I'm going to imagine it's on the DVD/Blu-ray copies as an extra. Was Tyra Banks' acting that bad and/or innocuous? As Freddie's (Busta Rhymes) right hand dame for fame, Nora was nothing beyond a partnered stand in for his ego. I kind of wish she had more of a stand out role, but that was reserved purely for Bianca Kajlich's final girl trope, Sara.
No, I do not want anymore Halloween films. Not from Rob Zombie or anyone inspired so much by the original. Let us see Myers laid to rest. I don't care how Resurrection ended. There were some awesome films in this franchise that I watch every year around this time for fun and reflection. But you won't find any fulfilling Black female representation here. However, Mrs. Alves always gets a pass.