Halloween Expanded Soundtrack Vinyl

Last year, director/writer David Gordon Green and co-writers Danny McBride and Jeff Fradley delivered the best Halloween sequel yet with a movie that retconned every single sequel to the original movie in order to pick up the story 40 years later. Jamie Lee Curtis returned, as did Michael Myers actor (and now filmmaker) Nick Castle to bring back John Carpenter‘s terrifying slasher in a thrilling new way.

But one of the most integral parts of this successful franchise revival was the Halloween soundtrack with music composed by John Carpenter, as well as his son Cody Carpenter and godson Daniel Davies. Now you can pick up a new vinyl edition of the Halloween soundtrack that comes in limited edition lenticular packaging and comes with 28 more minutes of music. Check out the new Halloween expanded soundtrack vinyl release below. Read More »

halloween kills cast lindsey wallace

Another child traumatized by Michael Myers on Halloween night in 1978 is returning for Halloween Kills. The character of Lindsey Wallace was one of the two kids Jamie Lee Curtis‘s Laurie Strode ended up babysitting in the first film, and a new bit of Halloween Kills casting reveals Lindsey will return for the new sequel. On top of that, Kyle Richards – who played Lindsey back in 1978 – will reprise the role.

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halloween kills cast anthony michael hall

Another familiar character is returning to the Halloween franchise – played by a new face. Anthony Michael Hall has joined the Halloween Kills cast as Tommy Doyle, a character who will be immediately recognizable to fans of the franchise. Tommy was one of the kids Halloween final girl Laurie Strode babysat in the first film. The character returned as an adult – played by Paul Rudd – in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers.

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Halloween Sequels Bringing Back Michael Myers Actor

In the middle of all the insanity at San Diego Comic-Con last week, Halloween creator John Carpenter announced that two more sequels would shoot back-to-back. Halloween Kills arrives on the big screen in 2020, and Halloween Ends sounds like it will complete the new thread of the franchise in 2021. Jamie Lee Curtis will be back for both of them, but it wouldn’t be a Halloween movie without The Shape to stalk her, and the original actor who played Michael Myers in 1978 will be back yet again. Read More »

Halloween Honest Trailer

Universal revealed plans for two more Halloween sequels last week. Halloween Kills will pick up where the 2018 sequel left off. Halloween Ends promises (threatens?) to end the series once and for all. That will be the 11th sequel, and if you include the Rob Zombie remake and its sequel, there will be 13 movies total. Even Friday the 13th hasn’t made it to 13. 

Writer Danny McBride and writer/director David Gordon Green were at WarnerMedia’s Television Critics Association party for their new HBO show The Righteous Gemstones. /Film spoke to them about whether Halloween Kills would really be the end, their plan for the trilog,y and new kills.

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halloween sequels

Two more Halloween sequels are coming our way. Halloween Kills will continue the battle between Michael Myers and Laurie Strode in 2020, while Halloween Ends will conclude the saga on 2021. The news was revealed by John Carpenter himself, so that’s about as official as it gets. More on the new Halloween sequels below.

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halloween sequel new

Blumhouse is ready to head back to Haddonfield. A sequel to 2018’s Halloween is reported to be ready to shoot this fall, with a 2020 release date in mind. Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer and Andi Matichak are all expected to reprise their roles as the surviving Strode women, and director David Gordon Green is likely to come back as well.

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john wick kill count

Slashers ain’t got nothin’ on John Wick. In the span of three movies, Keanu Reeves‘s well-dressed assassin has bumped-off more people than horror icons Jason Voorhees and Michael Myers combined. That’s no small feat. It also means the only way to solve this rivalry is to make John Wick vs. Michael vs. Jason.

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Best Movies Streaming Right Now Barton Fink

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.)

There’s a long holiday weekend coming up. You know what that means? If you answered “It’s time to go outside and spend time with friends and family!”, get the hell out of here! The correct answer is “Stay inside and stream movies.” But what in the world should you stream when there are so many options? That’s where Now Stream This comes in, my friends. These are the best movies streaming right now. Let’s get streaming!

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Mickey's Halloween Party

Here’s one for all you theme park fans out there: Mickey’s Halloween Party, Disney’s spooky-but-family-friendly alternative to scarier events like Halloween Horror Nights, isn’t happening this year. Instead, a new Halloween-themed event is kicking off and being shifted over to Disney California Adventure for the first time in a decade. The reason? Crowd sizes during the first year of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge are expected to be too big to handle in the same park. Read more about the change below. Read More »