Halloween, Its been some time since Michael Myers has been on a killing spree. Laurie Strode(Jamie Lee Curtis) and her daughter Karen Strode(Judy Greer) and granddaughter Allyson(Andi Matichak) try to survive Halloween night in Haddonfield, Illinois with Michael Myers(James Jude Courtney) running around killing people once again. This mystery slasher film really gets the attention of the viewers right away. When John Carpenter’s Halloween theme song plays at the start of the movie you know, Michael Myers is back. After 40 years of being locked up in a mental institution Michael Myers finally escapes and is wanting to get vengeance for being locked up. The actor who played Michael Myers(James Jude Courtney) couldn't have played his role any better. He said “There’s a stealth efficiency to the way an actual trained killer works”. He once lived with a hitman who actually showed him how a killer doesn't waste time killing their victim. Michael Myers goes after the friends of Allyson sort of reminding the viewers how 40 years ago he did the same with Laurie and her friends. Later in the story Laurie Strode is put face to face with Myers and they fight it out until she finally traps him with the help of her daughter Karen and her granddaughter Allyson. Overall, I would rate this movie a B+ because it delivered the suspense and the gore but i feel like towards the end they could've added just a bit more to the struggle between Michael and Strode. If you’re a die hard slasher fan i would recommend you watch it because you’ll definitely enjoy it.
Since 1986 Merle Hatleberg has been supporting the Someone Cares Soup Kitchen in Costa Mesa. Merle Hatleberg, was working as a Costa Mesa site director for the Orange County seniors program when she founded the Someone Cares Soup Kitchen in 1986. Currently, the Soup Kitchen is serving about 200 guests per day, 7 days per week.
Meals are served Monday through Friday from 12:00pm to 3:00pm, and breakfast is served every Saturday and Sunday, from 9:00 am to 11:00 a.m. Estancia Senior, John Mojica said “The work is fast and demanding… Its a loving place, warm and welcoming”. Another volunteer Kurtny Gajotan said, “It's easy, they could ask us to do more… it's a comfortable place to be.” Someone Cares gets some of their food from people who donate every saturday and sunday but they also receive donations from Stater Brothers markets.
Someone Cares Tutoring Program provides help to children and their parents who don't speak English. Their belief is that, “feeding both the minds and bodies of the children is important to their well being.” In 2001, they started an after school program for children who live within the neighborhood. The Someone Cares Tutoring Program is open Monday through Thursday from 2:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. They help children with reading, spelling, language, math, science and technology for three hours weekdays after school. Children are served either a meal or a healthy snack while being tutored and a take home snack after tutoring. The Someone Cares Soup Kitchen really focuses on helping the community and those in need. Someone Cares Soup Kitchen is always looking for volunteers for either of their programs. For more volunteer information, visit their location, 720 W 19th St, Costa Mesa CA, 92627.