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LEO ROSSI AS BUDD IN THE FIRST HALLOWEEN 2

ePROJECT: Halloween II YEAR: 1981 INTRO: The second in the original Halloween franchise, and the second to feature Michael Myers as the third would consist in a world where the iconic fictional character, not the killer, exists. TALENT: Leo Rossi KNOWN FOR: Either RELENTLESS or FAST GETAWAY.

CHARACTER: “Everything you ever says is either Hell or Shit or Damn,” says the pictured-above Ana Alicia as an uppity nurse: In fact Rossi’s character, who retorts in a glib tone, “Sorry, I guess I just fuck up all the time,” one of two ambulance driver’s that spend more time at the central hospital than on the streets of suburbia, is so obnoxious even his name is… obnoxious: Budd. TRAITS: He’s the Alpha of the two drivers, and what’s ironic is the Beta actually played a (cloned) character named Beta in THE LAST STARFIGHTER, Lance Guest, who falls for Jamie Lee Curtis’s sole-surviving the-night-before Laurie Strode while Rossi actually scores with Pamela Susan Shoop’s gorgeous Nurse Karen, who has one of the best bodies in horror film history. Who’s this about again? GOAL: Leo Rossi, who, after other good-enough performances in theatrical flicks such as ACCUSED and RELENTLESS, became a sort of Brando-of-Straight-to-VHS, meaning that he’s the best for the buck for superlow budget non-theatrical releases: His goal here is to do what he does, quite easily: Bang Nurse Karen… Not a feat since they’d obviously been dating.

URGENCY: Well he pretty much climaxes before he peaks: one of the many characters to be killed in a bodycount horror flick, during or after having sex: a list that includes Kevin Bacon in FRIDAY THE 13TH. CLOSURE: It seems Leo Rossi’s Budd, who shares a few extremely lame and contrived horny-guy rendition of, “Amazing Grace, come sit on my face: Don’t make me cry… I need your pie,” which is even bad even for him, exists merely to provide Laurie a good boyfriend in comparison. MEDIA: Cult Film Freak Review of H2.

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