Babysitter Laurie Strode isn't just meat ready for the chopping block -- she's more than a match for bogeyman Michael Myers.
Having to spend screen time in a hospital gown would be horror enough for the fashion conscious, but Laurie rises to the occasion.
Her character has evolved into a middle-aged hard-assed private-school principal with a slew of psychic scars that get reopened.
Curtis plays a freethinking hitchhiker who puts on her Nancy Drew shoes to get to the bottom of this maritime mystery.
Curtis, as a prom queen, must endure both prodigious bloodshed and some truly scary dance sequences.
Masks and murder mix at a New Year's Eve party, proving that Curtis doesn't have much luck with the holidays.
Busta Rhymes thinks he has what it takes to stop Michael Myers. Lucky for him, Curtis eventually shows up.
The Borg have nothing on the soulless cyborgs here, but then the Borg never faced Michael Myers's sis.
As the voice of a telephone operator, Curtis is, for once, safely out of Michael Myers's stabbing range.
Her habit of hitching rides with strangers doesn't increase her chances of survival, but Curtis shows sass while staying ahead of the curve.