AAAHHH! GET THAT AWAY FROM ME!!! Most people judge movies for what they like to see. But not me. If I did, I couldn't objectively decide Don't Look Now is a great film- even though it personally bores me to tears. Someone told me I'm too stupid to dress myself today because I had no interest in ever seeing Game of Thrones. It's not what I'm into. Just like I'm not surprised people like Burial Ground, Halloween 5, etc. I'm not crazy, I thought Burial Ground was better than Cheerleader Camp. And I'd rather watch it twice in a row than Cabin in the Woods. And for all the bitching I've done about Halloween 5, it's still Vastly Superior to Night of the Demons. I could sit through Halloween 5, totally numb to everything going on in the story and with the characters, and say I almost enjoyed it. (Well, gun to my head, I think I could do everything there. Except for the last part, I know I could do that without coercion.) But as a slasher film, it really isn't fun. It's barely stylish and then the actors are just bad, so they kill the rest of it. The cast of 4 weren't winning awards anytime soon but Donald Pleasence tried. He had something going on in his head, his performance wasn't dictated by screeching, wailing, and over-the-top, hysterical mannerisms. In every single scene. Halloween 5 is a legitimate artistic failure. Both in ambition and in terms of the routine elements.