halloween ending

When it came time to make the new Halloween, director David Gordon Green had plans to go back and recreate the end of the original film. Not only that, he also planned to make some changes. Thankfully, original Halloween director John Carpenter talked him out of it. Learn how David Gordon Green would’ve changed the Halloween ending below.

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halloween review

David Gordon Green‘s Halloween is a love-letter to horror fans – a brutal, scary and sometimes funny sequel that gives the long-running franchise the respect and adoration it deserves.

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halloween trailer

Update: Another new trailer with a ton of new footage has arrived and you can now watch it below.

The Halloween hype is already through the roof, and you probably don’t need to be sold on it anymore. But just in case you do, here’s an exciting new trailer ahead of the film’s upcoming TIFF premiere. Jamie Lee Curtis is back as final girl Laurie Strode, who is about to come face-to-face with Michael Myers one final time. Watch the Halloween trailer below.

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halloween novelization

If watching the new Halloween movie won’t be enough to satisfy your Michael Myers craving this October, you’re in luck: an official Halloween novelization is arriving to coincide with the film release. John Passarella penned the novelization, which will hit bookstores a few days after Halloween opens in theaters everywhere.

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Halloween 2018 Soundtrack

The Halloween theme is one of the most iconic cinematic compositions to grace the big screen. Composed by John Carpenter for the 1978 film that he also directed, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more chilling and more recognizable horror orchestration. That’s why fans are excited to hear what John Carpenter does as the composer of the soundtrack for the upcoming Halloween sequel where he worked with recent solo album collaborators Cody Carpenter and Daniel Davies. And now you can pre-order that soundtrack from director David Gordon Green‘s film to make sure you get it as soon as it’s available. Read More »

Dr. Loomis Halloween Cameo

The new Halloween coming this fall is taking a bold approach to reviving the slasher franchise by ignoring every single sequel that followed the original 1978 film from director John Carpenter. Instead, we pick up 40 years later as Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) has become a strong, smart survivor waiting for Michael Myers to return. But some fans have been wondering how one of the constants from the sequels that followed the original film would be incorporated into this new film.

Donald Pleasance played the stoic Dr. Loomis, who knew everything there was to know about Michael Myers. He saw the pure evil in his eyes, even as a child. He appeared in every single sequel that followed the original until his death in 1995, the same year that Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers hit theaters. Since he survived the attacks of the original Halloween, how is director David Gordon Green handling his character in this sequel, especially without Donald Pleasance to bring him to life? Read More »

Halloween Comic-Con

David Gordon Green and Danny McBride hope to save the Halloween franchise. And they just might do it. The new film ignores virtually all the sequels, and serves as a reboot and sequel to the original film. Green, star Jamie Lee Curtis and more took to Hall H at Comic-Con 2018 and showed the audience a new extended trailer – and it looked terrifying.

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Halloween Reboot Details

I don’t know about you, but I’m still buzzing about last week’s exciting Halloween reboot trailer. October can’t get here soon enough. If, like me, you’re hungry for even more Halloween treats, some new details about the reboot have been revealed by the cast and crew.

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Halloween trailer breakdown

The Halloween reboot trailer is finally here, and it doesn’t disappoint. From the look of things, David Gordon Green has found a way to inject new, exciting life into this troubled franchise. Our Halloween trailer breakdown studies the info gleamed from the new footage.

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Halloween Trailer

The long-awaited trailer for David Gordon Green‘s Halloween sequel is here at last. Jamie Lee Curtis returns for the film, which forgoes the majority of the franchise and serves as a follow-up to John Carpenter‘s 1978 original.

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