Halloween Kills Trailer Breakdown

Last night brought the surprise debut of the latest trailer for the horror sequel Halloween Kills. Despite being left to die in Laurie Strode’s burning fortress of a house in the middle of the woods, Michael Myers is still alive. As terrifying as it might be to have the masked killer stalking the streets of Haddonfield again, it appears the residents aren’t going to sit back and let him slice and slash through the town without a fight.

In our Halloween Kills trailer breakdown, see how the town of Haddonfield looks ready to fight back against Michael Myers, check out some Easter eggs referencing the original Halloween franchise, and get ready for another stand-off between Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) and the face of pure evil. Read More »

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Surprise! There’s a new Halloween Kills trailer ready to trick and/or treat you. Once again, Michael Myers will be going up against Laurie Strode, as played by Jamie Lee Curtis. But the stakes are raised now, and the town of Haddonfield is poised to break out into hysteria now that they know The Shape has returned to their little town again. Watch the Halloween Kills trailer below.

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Halloween Kills: Release Date, Cast and More

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Happy Halloween! Michael Myers will once again go after Laurie Strode in Halloween Kills, the sequel to 2018’s Halloween, which was a direct sequel to the original Halloween that ignored practically every other sequel. Michael was left for dead at the end of the 2018 Halloween, but he has a habit of cheating death, over and over again. Here’s everything we know about Halloween Kills so far.

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Michael Myers is back, and he’s looking a little crispy in a new Halloween Kills image. The sequel to 2018’s Halloween once again pits the Shape against the Strode ladies – Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis), her daughter Karen (Judy Greer), and her granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak). When we last left Michael, he was presumed dead, burned alive in Laurie’s house. But as every single film in this franchise has taught us, Micahel Myers always comes back. See the latest Halloween Kills image below.

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In this edition of Sequel Bits:

  • Top Gun: Maverick made quite an impression on Christopher McQuarrie
  • Will a Detective Pikachu sequel ever happen?
  • Tom Cruise hangs off a train in a Mission: Impossible 7 photo
  • The Meg 2 will start production in 2022
  • And more!

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John Carpenter is a legend, and every time he gives a new interview, he drops enjoyable little quotes that we can all obsess over. Just recently he gave a great interview with The Daily Beast in which he called horrible former President Ronald Reagan an “old piece of shit,” and we all had a good laugh. Now, as Carpenter’s interviews continue for his latest album – Lost Themes III: Life After Death – we have another quote we’re going to zero in on. This quote has to do with Halloween Kills, the latest entry in the Halloween franchise that Carpenter helped create over 40 years ago. According to the legendary filmmaker, the upcoming Halloween sequel is the “ultimate slasher” movie. And that’s saying something.

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Michael Myers is stepping out in the latest Halloween Kills image. The iconic, immortal slasher, known to his friends and family as The Shape, returns in the upcoming sequel to 2018’s Halloween. Jamie Lee Curtis is back again as Laurie Strode, and the sequel will be picking up immediately after the previous film’s conclusion. This image underlines that, showing Michael emerging from the burning house Laurie and her daughter and granddaughter left him in right before the end credits rolled.

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I was disappointed by the delay of several different films due out in 2020, and Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho and David Gordon Green‘s Halloween Kills were both at the top of the list. Last Night in Soho was supposed to arrive in September 2020 but ended up being pushed to April 2021, and with the way things are going, there’s always a chance it gets bumped again. Halloween Kills, meanwhile, was slated for October 2020 but got shuffled to October 2021. I was a big fan of David Gordon Green’s Halloween, and I’m very curious to see where he goes with this sequel. And I’m always eager for new stuff from Wright, but I’m particularly excited about Last Night in Soho because it’s apparently Wright’s first straight-up horror movie.

Now, while we wait for these two horror titles to arrive, two new images give us glimpses at what’s to come.

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Happiest Season

In this edition of Sequel Bits:

  • Will audiences ever see Happiest Season 2?
  • One of the stars of the original film offers an update on Edge of Tomorrow 2
  • Halloween Kills gets an official rating
  • And more!

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The Halloween franchise has brought us plenty of horror over the years, but this year, it brought joy to a terminally ill super fan who was given a bittersweet blessing by director David Gordon Green and slasher icon Jamie Lee Curtis.

Anthony Woodle is a horror super fan and aspiring director who was diagnosed with Stage IV esophageal cancer in 2019. That means he wasn’t going to be able to see Halloween Kills, the next installment of the reinvigorated franchise that was supposed to be released in theaters this year, but ended up being pushed to October 2021. But thanks to the efforts of a close friend, Woodle was not only able to screen Halloween Kills before he passed, but his final moments were made even more special by Curtis herself. Read More »