Students spend Halloween night in the Myers house as part of a live-streamed event. None-more-early-00s direct sequel to H20. While the early internet/surveillance stuff is now interesting/nostalgic, this is poor even by franchise standards: one kill, though, references Peeping Tom.
Teens who avoid a fatal theme park accident find themselves targeted by Death. This third part avoids explicit story links to the first two, but borrows a further plot point from The Omen, and is a touch grislier and more mean-spirited than its predecessors. Some dark in-jokes lurk, though, and there’s a star-making central performance.
Death row inmates compete for freedom in a virtual reality gameshow. Cheap and cheerful knockoff of a dozen better-budgeted movies; everything from Battle Royale to The Truman Show. Not bad within its limitations, with a couple of good gags and a neat sign-off.