Halloween easter egg

David Gordon Green‘s Halloween broke box office records this past weekend, making it the biggest opening in history for a slasher movie. Michael Myers is back, baby – and speaking of babies, there’s one specific moment in the film involving an infant child that’s dripping with so much suspense that it practically forces audiences to hold their breath.

During a recent interview, Green explained Myers’ decision in that moment, and he also revealed a surprising Halloween easter egg: star Jamie Lee Curtis, who returned to play Laurie Strode, also plays another role in the film – and it’s not who you might think. Read More »

halloween deleted scenes

Halloween is now playing everywhere, and audiences are eating it up like a trick-or-treat bag overflowing with candy. David Gordon Green‘s sequel/reboot is loaded with funny, scary and altogether memorable scenes. But what about scenes that didn’t make the final cut? Some trailers and TV spots confirm there are a handful of Halloween deleted scenes that don’t appear in the final film. Let’s take a look at some of them below. Spoilers follow.

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halloween box office

Halloween has one more victim to add to its body count: box office records. The long-awaited horror sequel made a killing at the box office in its opening weekend, raking in $77.5 million in 3,928 locations. That means director David Gordon Green‘s sequel/reboot is not just the highest-grossing film in the decades-spanning Halloween franchise, but the biggest opening for a slasher movie ever, adjusted for inflation.

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halloween ending explained

Halloween is now playing everywhere, and there’s a good chance many of you went out and saw it at a Thursday night screening. So let’s talk about the ending, shall we? This goes without saying, but if you haven’t seen David Gordon Green‘s Halloween yet, and want to remain spoiler-free, you should get the heck out of here, because here come some big spoilers. Our Halloween ending discussion continues below.

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halloween box office new

Michael Myers is returning to theaters this weekend, and audiences are ready. Halloween box office tracking indicates the latest entry in the ever-changing horror series is headed to a $65 million-plus opening weekend, making it an all-time-franchise best. Don’t be surprised if a sequel is officially announced by Monday.

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halloween clips

The new Halloween is almost here! But if your anticipation is through the roof, and you impatiently want to see even more footage, these Halloween clips might hold you over. I don’t want to tell you to not watch something, and as far as spoilers go, these two clips are very light. But if you want to go into the latest Halloween movie fresh, knowing as little as possible, perhaps you should steer clear and wait it out. If not, watch the new Halloween clips below.

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halloween clip new

Halloween fans have been waiting for this moment for a long time. In this pulse-pounding clip from the new Halloween movie, Jamie Lee Curtis‘ Laurie Strode faces off against her ultimate boogeyman: Michael Myers. Laurie has been waiting for 40 years for this moment, and even though she thought she was prepared, Michael isn’t going to be easy to stop. Watch the Halloween clip below.

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Halloween box office

Halloween is about to get a trick-or-treat bag loaded with cash. The latest entry in the horror franchise could be headed towards the biggest opening weekend for the franchise ever. Yes, even bigger than Halloween: Resurrection, starring Busta Rhymes. See the full Halloween box office tracking info below.

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Halloween Trailer New

A cool new Halloween trailer repurposes John Carpenter‘s classic and David Gordon Green‘s sequel/reboot as a true crime documentary. This looks like the type of thing you fall asleep watching on the Investigation Discovery channel, and I’m here for it. It also serves as a nice refresher on the story that started the franchise. Watch the Halloween trailer below.

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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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