No Purely Comic Relief Characters

There is obviously nothing wrong with having a bit of levity in your scary movie (in fact, it can really improve a scary film if handled correctly), but H20 took it too far with the inclusion of LL Cool J's Ronny, a smooth-talking security guard at Laurie Strode's upscale boarding school. It's not that the music star was necessarily bad in his role, but he felt out of place in a franchise that has traditionally played its particular brand of horror very straight. If a new Halloween movie wants to pick up decades after the events of October 31, 1978, then the focus should remain on the primarily leveled on Laurie Strode's trauma that she suffered when Annie, Linda and the rest of her best friends were murdered by a deranged lunatic.

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