Halloween Kills is about the people of Haddonfield attempting to take down Michael Myers once and for all. Will they succeed?
Halloween Kills won’t be released in theaters until 2021, however, we were given a teaser trailer that hints at Michael Myers surviving. Which should come as no surprise because he has been in tighter jams before and miraculously lives to stalk again.
In a recent interview with Empire, writer/producers David Gordon Green and Danny McBride revealed some story details. What transpires in this sequel to the box office smash, Halloween 2018, will bring together some familiar faces from Haddonfield’s past in an attempt to end Michael’s reign of terror.
Color us intrigued. Of course, as with every epic showdown in film history, there will probably be a ridiculous amount of casualties which John Carpenter confirmed in a chat with IndieWire. The Horror Master stated that the production will be “Fun, intense and brutal. A slasher movie times one hundred.”
Which leaves us wondering who will be left standing to pick up the pieces in Halloween Ends? For the duo of Green and McBride, they have stated that this will be their last installment in the franchise.
Apparently, where the effort from two years ago was focused solely on Laurie Strode’s post-traumatic stress and her need for revenge, Halloween Kills will dial in on how the town reacts to Myers’ constant torment.
This plot sounds like the horror version of the 1980’s flick, Red Dawn. David Gordon Green also intimated that there could possibly be more action sequences for Jamie Lee Curtis since he was impressed with the way she did her own stunts.
It will be interesting to see where the story goes after this bloodbath. Maybe Halloween Ends will be an apropos title.
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