"I'll see you in hell!"
Description: Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode says her final goodbye to her brother Michael Myers in the classic horror film Halloween Resurrection (2002).
Laurie Strode is the sister of the infamous serial killer Michael Myers who slaughtered everyone in his family, except Laurie, one Halloween night in their Haddonfield home. A youth at the time, Michael is institutionalized but escapes years later seeking to kill again, especially the sister he left behind.
Laurie Strode was later incarcerated in Grace Andersen Sanitarium for chopping off the head of an innocent paramedic whom Laurie thought was her evil brother, Michael.
For three years, Laurie waits for the return of her brother and when he arrives, she tries to trap him in an elaborate maze of ropes, but this fails.
"I knew you'd come for me sooner or later. What took you so long? You failed, Michael. Want to know why? Because I'm not afraid of you. But what about you? Are you afraid of me? Are you afraid to die, Michael?"
Struggling on a roof of the sanitarium, Michael stabs his sister in the back with a knife. Before Laurie plummets to her death, as a gesture of sisterly love, she kisses Michael’s rubber mask, and says, “I’ll see you in hell, Michael!”
One year later in the town of Haddonfield, Freddie Harris (Busta Rhymes) and Nora Winston (Tyra Banks), the heads of a new reality web site called "Dangertainment" welcome a group of thrill-seeking college students who won a contest to spend the night in the childhood home of serial killer Michael Myers.
"That's the house where it all started. He walked it's hallways. Hide in it's closets. Dreamed in it's bedrooms. Helped his Mother in the kitchen. Watched TV in the living room with his Dad. Played in his Sisters bedroom. Then one day he picked up a knife and he never put it down again."
The house is fitted with cameras and microphones and the entire event is to be broadcast via the Internet on Halloween night. There is only one problem. The real Michael Myers decides to resurface that night and he doesn't like house guests. One by one, Michael stalks the contest winners, intent on killing each and every one of them.
|[Freddie confronts the REAL Michael Myers]|
|Freddie Harris:||I'm not payin' you to be Michael Myers! I'm playin' Michael Myers! And if them kids come around and see us dressed up in the same shit, it's going to ruin the whole effect! God damn it! What the hell is wrong with you? I said what are you looking at me like that for?|
|[Michael remains still]|
|Freddie Harris:||I said what are you looking at me like that for?|
|[tapping Michael's forehead]|
|Freddie Harris:||Huh? You don't get it? You don't get it? Your shit up there ain't workin' or something? Huh? You need to get you ass back in the garage with Nora! That's your job! Go back in there and help her ass out! Go do your job! I left the back door unlocked for your ass to go out the back and into the garage! That's what I did! You need to get the hell out of here!|
|[Michael's still motionless]|
|Freddie Harris:||Go on! Skoot! Skadattle! Get the fuck out of Dodge!|
|[Michael finally walks away]|
|Freddie Harris:||God damn it... what the hell does somebody gotta do to get a little decent help up in this mothafucka?|
Michael proceeds to kill the inhabitants of his house, while the Internet viewers believes it is being done all in fun and nobody is really dying. After almost everyone is killed, Freddie Harris electrocutes Michael Myers. The electrical sparks set the house on fire and burn it to the ground as Freddie and Sara Moyer (Bianca Kajlich), the only surviving contest winner flee into the night.
In the final scene, Michael's body is retrieved from the charred wreckage of his home and sent to the morgue. As the coroner opens the body bag, Michael's eyes open. Then there is a scream, as if to tell the audience that serial killer Michael Myers is back in business and still spreading joy throughout the land.
Note: In the film The Omen (1976), Patrick Troughton as Father Brennan discovers that the son of businessman Robert Thorn (Gregory Peck) is actually the prophesied Anti-Christ (with 666 on his scalp). When Brennan says, “He must DIE! Mr. Thorn” the boy’s father responds, “Now, I've heard you. I want you to hear me: I NEVER want to see you again. Then Father Brennan warns, “You'll see me in HELL, Mr. Thorn. There, we will share out our centuries.”
In the western film Unforgiven (1992) Gene Hackman as Little Bill Daggett, a ruthless frontier sheriff says, “I'll see you in hell, William Munny" just before Munny, a gunslinger called out of retirement, shoots Daggett dead.
In the classic Japanese samurai film Yojimbo (1961), a dying gangster named Unosuke the gunfighter (Tatsuya Nakadai) tells his killer, Sanjuro the Samurai (Toshirô Mifune), “The entrance to hell…I’ll be waiting there for you.”
In the espionage thriller Licence To Kill (1989) as CIA Agent Felix Leiter’s (David Hedison) leg is about to bitten off as he is lowered into a shark tank by drug lord Franz Sanchez (Robert Davi), he shouts “See you in Hell!!!” To which Sanchez replies, “No, no. Today is the first day of the rest of your life!”
See also - .”Halloween (1978) - "I met him fifteen years ago..."