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Covington Walk of Stars – 15th stop: ‘Halloween II’


halloween-2-ii-movie-poster-rob-zombieDidn’t get scared enough this Halloween?  The 15th stop on the Covington, Georgia’s Walk of Stars features the creepy sequel that hit the Hollywood box office in late 2009, the Horror/Thriller from renowned musician and director and starring his wife.  Okay that’s enough hints! Could you guess? Well, I’ll tell you anyway—Halloween II, also known as H2.

Halloween II, directed by Rob Zombie, hit theaters in 2009 as the sequel to the thriller Halloween also directed by Rob Zombie as his rendition of the cult classic from the 70’s, originally starring Jamie Lee Curtis.  Halloween II was filmed in Covington, Georgia and also starred Rob Zombie’s wife, Sheri Moon Zombie, portraying Deborah Myers, Mike Myers’ mother. The film also boasts other well-known actors such as Danielle Harris, Malcolm McDowell, Tyler Mane, Scout Taylor-Compton, Brad Dourif from Lord of the Rings, and Chase Vanek.

Halloween II took a different road compared to the original story by making the film more about Myers trying to reunite himself with his sister. Myers throughout the film relentlessly kills to get to Laurie.  The phrase coming to mind when thinking about the film is, “You can run but you can’t hide.”

Halloween II definitely earned its spot on the Covington Walk of Stars with its shear horror factor. Come to Covington, Georgia and take the Walk of Stars tour to see the sites from Halloween II and feel the fright come on as you walk! Come and enjoy the spirit of the Hollywood of the South for an incredible, and sometimes scary, experience only Covington can provide. Here’s to the 15th stop on the Walk of Stars! Grossing over 33 million dollars– we can guarantee you won’t be the only one scared! Come on! You know you want to…

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