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Halloween Kills Ending Explained: Haddonfield Has Had It With The Boogeyman

Michael Myers has once again returned to terrorize the citizens of Haddonfield, Illinois in "Halloween Kills." This latest entry in the iconic horror franchise serves as the sequel to 2018's smash hit "Halloween," which completely revamped the series by serving as a direct sequel to John Carpenter's original 1978 horror masterpiece. So, this is essentially the third entry in what will be a four-movie arc, as "Halloween Ends" is still on deck for director David Gordon Green and the cast.That mean...
Tags: Movies, Karen, Cameron, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael, Rob Zombie, John Carpenter, Myers, Hawkins, Tommy, Laurie, Haddonfield, David Gordon Green, Lonnie, Allyson, Michael Myers


Halloween Kills Producer Jason Blum On Why Sequels Are Difficult [Interview]

In 2018, Blumhouse surpassed expectations with "Halloween," David Gordon Green's sequel to John Carpenter's 1978 slasher classic. Surpassing expectations wasn't anything new to Blumhouse, but the production company delivered a hit reboot that most audiences weren't expecting. Not just a hit, but more importantly, a well-liked return to the world of Laurie Strode and Michael Myers. Three years later, the horror icons return in "Halloween Kills." "Halloween" is one of the bigger Blumhouse titles. ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, David, John, Leigh Whannell, Jason Blum, Ouija, John Carpenter, Mike, David Gordon Green, Blumhouse, Michael Myers, Mike Flanagan, Laurie Strode, Scott Derrickson?You


David Gordon Green Got Input From John Carpenter For All Of His Halloween Movies [Exclusive]

The 1978 horror classic "Halloween" was a singular vision from the minds of writer/director John Carpenter and writer/producer Debra Hill. Carpenter famously agreed to make the flick for only $10,000, which included his work writing, directing, and writing all of the music for the film. So when David Gordon Green co-wrote and directed the 2018 "Halloween" sequel/soft reboot and its subsequent sequel, "Halloween Kills," he knew whose input mattered most. In an interview with /Film's Jack Giroux, ...
Tags: Movies, News, Green, John Carpenter, Carpenter, Cody, David Gordon Green, Michael Myers, Daniel Davies, Nick Castle, Tommy Wallace, Debra Hill Carpenter, Jack Giroux Green, The Shape Green


12 Movies To Watch If You Loved Halloween Kills

"Halloween Kills" is sensational. As our own Marshall Shaffer remarked in his review, the movie "manages to put a playful but petrifying spin on mythology without resorting to cheap self-referentiality," and he is absolutely right. "Halloween Kills" is stacked to the rafters with gory kills, franchise callbacks, and familiar faces, including Nancy Stephens and Kyle Richards as older versions of the same characters they played in John Carpenter's original. Available to watch now both in theaters ...
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Halloween Kills Director David Gordon Green Made A Rock 'N' Roll Sequel [Interview]

"Halloween Kills" is a bloodbath. Director David Gordon Green's sequel turns up the gore, the comedy, and the pace in the sequel to the hit reboot, which brought Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) back. Like most sequels, "Halloween Kills" goes bigger, especially in the kills department. Not only are they nasty and impressive pieces of craftsmanship from the VFX department, but they are surprising — sometimes even shocking. Green wanted the sequel to go a little nuts, especially after earning the ...
Tags: Movies, News, Green, John Carpenter, Scott, Danny, Carpenter, Davies, Cody, Haddonfield, Paul Rudd, David Gordon Green, Blumhouse, Michael Myers, Daniel Davies, Chris Nelson


Jamie Lee Curtis Walked The 'Halloween Kills' Red Carpet Dressed As Her Mom And Has Already Won The Holiday

Scream Queen Jamie Lee Curtis walked the red carpet at the costume party premiere of "Halloween Kills" on Tuesday in true class and fashion. To promote the latest film in the Halloween franchise, Curtis decided to pay homage to her mother, Janet Leigh, who starred in Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho." Curtis was all smiles while donning a blonde wig, blue dress, and a bloody shower curtain draped over her arm. The reference was a loving reminder that she comes from horror royalty and is here to slay.J...
Tags: Movies, News, Green, Shakespeare, Alfred Hitchcock, Jamie Lee Curtis, John Carpenter, Janet Leigh, Curtis, Myers, Leigh, Laurie, David Gordon Green, Marion Crane, Laurie Strode, Michael Meyers


Judy Greer Spoils Major Halloween Kills Character Death In Interview

Warning: SPOILERS for Halloween Kills belowActress Judy Greer has revealed which death scene from Halloween Kills she found to be the most vicious, accidentally spoiling one character's fate in the process. The killer Michael Myers has been on a gruesome rampage since 1978 when he first appeared in John Carpenter’s classic slasher Halloween. David Gordon Green helmed a direct sequel to the original film in 2018. Simply titled Halloween, an older but still traumatized Laurie Strode prepares to c...
Tags: Entertainment, Tech, Karen, Cameron, Jamie Lee Curtis, Arnold, Michael, John Carpenter, Greer, Elam, Tommy, Laurie, Haddonfield, David Gordon Green, Lonnie, Judy Greer


Every Bob's Burgers Halloween Episode Ranked

Since the third season of "Bob's Burgers," fans have looked forward to the annual Halloween episode each year. Unlike "The Simpsons" iconic Treehouse of Horror episodes, the Halloween offerings on "Bob's Burgers" remain in the show's canon, celebrating the most wonderful time of the year and the various shenanigans the Belcher family gets into. Fans look forward to the tradition of pun-based costumes, overdramatic hijinks, and references to horror movies littered throughout.Earlier this week, "B...
Tags: Television, Movies, Bob, Burgers, Tammy, Peter Pan, Teddy, Gayle, John Carpenter, Dolores, Gene, Jeff, Linda, Millie, Molly Shannon, Tina


Halloween Ends Will 'Make People Very Angry,' Jamie Lee Curtis Teases

Just a few weeks away from The Night He Came Home and on the eve of the release of David Gordon Green's "Halloween Kills," star Jamie Curtis is here to give everyone one last scare. "Kills" is Green's second film in the resurrected, Blumhouse-backed "Halloween" franchise, a sequel to "Halloween" (2018). In it, Laurie Strode (Curtis) teams up with two other generations of Strode women to face down and give Michael Myers the sound defeat he's been needing since John Carpenter and Debra Hill origin...
Tags: Movies, News, Green, Venice, Smith, Michael, John Carpenter, Curtis, Carpenter, Laurie, Haddonfield, David Gordon Green, Blumhouse, Jamie Curtis, Michael Myers, Debra Hill


Halloween Kills Scene Left Judy Greer Actually Terrified

Judy Greer, one of the stars of the upcoming Halloween Kills, reveals the scene she found the most terrifying to film. The film follows-up David Gordon Green's Halloween, which retconned every film in the franchise to act as a direct sequel to John Carpenter's 1978 original. The 2018 reboot-quel saw the return of Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode, the franchise's original final girl. Greer played Karen, Laurie's daughter, alongside fellow castmates Will Patton, Andi Matichak, Nick Castle, and T...
Tags: Entertainment, Tech, Green, Karen, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael, Jamie, John Carpenter, Myers, Greer, Laurie, David Gordon Green, Judy Greer, Michael Myers, Laurie Strode, Curtis Greer


Scream Trailer Breakdown: It's Happening Again And We're Taking A Closer Look

The trailer for next year's wildly anticipated "Scream," the fifth installment in the series in case the title was confusing, is finally here!  And naturally, we're combing over every shot to search for clues as to who's donning the iconic Ghostface mask this time. So put on your detective hats and break out your best Gale Weathers impression, because we have a killer to catch in our latest trailer breakdown. What do directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett ("Ready or Not") have in stor...
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5 Jamie Lee Curtis Movies To Watch After Halloween Kills

With "Halloween Kills" hitting theaters this week, Jamie Lee Curtis will be back fighting Michael Myers, and we're excited. The 2018 "Halloween" helped bring Curtis back into the spotlight, and was a huge hit in the process – its opening weekend performance was the best-ever for a film starring a lead actress over 55 years old. With that in mind, we're highlighting five memorable Jamie Lee Curtis films, and telling you exactly where you can watch them. It's just a little service we like to provi...
Tags: Amazon, UK, Movies, John Cleese, Disney, Kevin Kline, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lindsay Lohan, Rian Johnson, John Carpenter, Janet Leigh, Curtis, Blue Steel, Michael Myers, Laurie Strode, ShudderObviously


Halloween Kills Featurette Explores How You Burn A House Down

"There's going to be a blood spurt from there, do what you will with that information," warns a crewmember.It's another day on the set of "Halloween Kills," the sequel to David Gordon Green's 2018 slasher, "Halloween," itself a direct sequel to John Carpenter's classic 1978 horror film of the same name. The movie made a killing at the box office, cleaning up with over $255 million and shooting to the top of the charts as the highest-grossing entry in the entire franchise. The ground is fertile f...
Tags: Movies, News, Green, Michael, John Carpenter, Myers, Peacock, Laurie, Haddonfield, David Gordon Green, Michael Myers, Danny McBride, MovieWeb, Laurie Strode Jamie Lee Curtis, John Carl Buechler, Nick Castle


The Infinite Joys Of The Christmas Action Movie

"Sleigh bells ring, are you listening? In the lane, explosions glistening. A beautiful sight, Bruce Willis in a gunfight. Walking in a winter wonderland."The Christmas action movie has become such a staple sub-genre that Marvel Studios is now devoting a whole six-episode series to it. As seen in the delightful first trailer that debuted last month, "Hawkeye" will feature Marvel's least mighty Avenger -- Clint Barton, aka Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) -- teaming up with upstart archer superhero Kate Bi...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Tim Burton, Earth, Iron Man, James Bond, Bruce Wayne, Ryan Gosling, Vietnam, Sylvester Stallone, Santa, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Joss Whedon


14 Awesome Horror Movies That Never Got Sequels

In these days of abundant sequels and prequels, it's rare when a horror movie is not part of a franchise, but there are films that break the mold. In some cases, the movie promised a sequel that never came. In others, the follow-up was either canceled or wasn't viable due to the original's poor box office receipts for the original. Sometimes, sequels end languishing in development hell, trapped in a maze of convoluted arguments over rights. In a few cases, there's no sequel because there's no wa...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Wales, Superman, Netflix, Brian Cox, Morgan Freeman, James Gunn, Sam, Frank Sinatra, Peter Jackson, Jay, Emile Hirsch, Clive Barker, Dante


The Manor Director Axelle Carolyn Dishes On Her Nursing Home-Bound Horror [Interview]

Axelle Carolyn is a one-woman indie horror powerhouse. In 2015, she inspired a handful of horror directors to contribute to "Tales of Halloween," a horror anthology centered on the best holiday. She went on to direct episodes of "American Horror Story," "Creepshow," and "The Haunting of Bly Manor," cementing herself as a person to watch in horror. Now she's teamed with the folks at Amazon and Blumhouse for "The Manor," one of the new crop of "Welcome to the Blumhouse" films. In "The Manor," writ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, News, Sarah Paulson, John Carpenter, Carpenter, Barbara, Carolyn, Blumhouse, John Wick, Mike Flanagan, Frances Conroy, Sandy King, Axelle Carolyn, Bly Manor, Axelle Carolyn Dishes


Halloween Kills Featurette: Jamie Lee Curtis & David Gordon Green Offer Inside Look

Universal Pictures has released a new Halloween Kills featurette with star Jamie Lee Curtis and director David Gordon Green giving fans an inside look at the upcoming sequel. The film will be released in theaters and on Peacock on Friday, October 15. RELATED: Halloween Kills Review: Two-Hour Rampage of Bloodlust and Murder Halloween Kills is directed by Green from a screenplay he co-wrote with Scott Teems, Danny McBride. Joining Curtis are Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, Will Patton, Thomas Mann, Ant...
Tags: Video, Movies, Horror, Green, Karen, Streaming, Jamie Lee Curtis, Universal Pictures, Michael, John Carpenter, Curtis, Peacock, Laurie, Haddonfield, David Gordon Green, Blumhouse


This Halloween Kills Featurette Is All About Those Michael Myers Kills

With "Halloween Kills" arriving in just a week, director David Gordon Green is aware of the pressure facing him. In a fresh new featurette, the "Halloween" director joins the cast and crew in hyping up the anticipated sequel: "It's called 'Halloween Kills' and it has to live up to that title." Franchise star Jamie Lee Curtis goes even further to say that while the last "Halloween" was Laurie Strode's story, the upcoming "Halloween Kills" is "the town's story."In a brand new behind-the-scenes vid...
Tags: Movies, News, Green, Smith, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael, Miramax, John Carpenter, Curtis, Myers, Peacock, Laurie, Haddonfield, David Gordon Green, Michael Myers, Richard Ramirez


The 15 Best '70s Horror Movies Ranked

The '70s was a decade marked by social and political upheaval, including the Nixon and the Watergate scandal, the Vietnam War and the antiwar movement, the fight for women's liberation and civil rights, and a conservative backlash to the freewheeling counterculture that began in the '60s. With so much happening on the cultural front, it's no wonder that the '70s was a peak era for cinema, and an incredible decade for horror movies. The '70s saw a slew of maverick directors forging what are still...
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New Halloween Kills Clips Feature Halloween, Kills

"And on the eve before Samhain it would stir, and if the lust were powerful enough, it would rise to fulfill the curse invoked so many Samhains before. Then the people would bolt their doors. Scant good it did them, for the thing laughed at locks and bolts, and besides, there were the unwary. Always the unwary."If you squint real hard, the above prologue to Curtis Richards' "Halloween" film novelization actually spells "unlimited sequels." Richards' 1979 novel, based upon John Carpenter and Debr...
Tags: Movies, News, Karen, Jason Blum, Michael, John Carpenter, Hill, Lindsey, Curtis, Myers, Carpenter, Laurie, Haddonfield, Samhain, Michael Myers, Blumhouse Productions


Stunning Escape From New York And Back To The Future Prints Debuting This Week [Exclusive]

Our pals at Vice Press, the British company run by Matt Ferguson and James Henshaw that specializes in gorgeous limited edition prints, have provided us with an exclusive first look at their latest debuts. First up we have this amazing new stylized piece by artist Tom Whalen for John Carpenter's cult 1981 sci-fi action classic Kurt Russell "Escape From New York," which will be available from both Vice Press and Sideshow Collectibles (as part of their New York Con 2021) from 6 P.M. BST (UK Time)/...
Tags: New York, Movies, News, Brooklyn, Robert Zemeckis, Cool Stuff, Michael J Fox, John Carpenter, Tom Whalen, Kurt Russell, Drew Struzan, Matt Ferguson, Kurt Russel, Dean Cundey, James Henshaw, BST UK Time


Stunning Escape From New York And Back To The Future Prints Coming To NYCC [Exclusive]

Our pals at Vice Press, the British company run by Matt Ferguson and James Henshaw that specializes in gorgeous limited edition prints, have provided us with an exclusive first look at their latest debuts. First up we have this amazing new stylized piece by artist Tom Whalen for John Carpenter's cult 1981 sci-fi action classic Kurt Russell "Escape From New York," which will be available from both Vice Press and Sideshow Collectibles (as part of their New York Con 2021) from 6 P.M. BST (UK Time)/...
Tags: New York, Movies, News, Brooklyn, Robert Zemeckis, Cool Stuff, Michael J Fox, John Carpenter, Tom Whalen, Kurt Russell, Drew Struzan, Matt Ferguson, Kurt Russel, Dean Cundey, James Henshaw, BST UK Time


The 14 Best '80s Halloween Movies To Watch This Spooky Season

The '80s is a decade that conjures up a great deal of nostalgia. For many of us who grew up in the era, Friday nights were often spent perusing the local video store for the latest VHS releases. And when Halloween rolled around, we'd head to the horror section to make our picks, seeking something a bit spookier to match the season. This year, as autumn kicks into high gear, you might find yourself in the mood to relive those simpler times by cueing up some classic '80s Halloween fare. Well, if y...
Tags: Halloween, UK, London, Movies, Geena Davis, New York City, Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, Disney, David, Maine, Guillermo Del Toro, Jack, Sam, Alec Baldwin, King


Halloween Kills Director David Gordon Green And Producer Jason Blum Will Guest On Joe Bob's Halloween Hoedown

Joe Bob Briggs is back with another special on Shudder! As in the past, the "Halloween Hoedown" will be another double feature hosted by the beloved film and pop culture critic, but this year it's been confirmed via BlumFest (Blumhouse's annual fan event) that its founder, producer Jason Blum, and "Halloween" (2018) and "Halloween Kills" director David Gordon Green will grace the event. This year's "Halloween Hoedown" is scheduled to pop off on the Shudder TV channel on 8 October 2021, at 9 pm E...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Jason Blum, Michael, John Carpenter, Darcy, David Gordon Green, Blum, Samhain, Michael Myers, Joe Bob Briggs, Joe Bob, Halloween Hoedown, DavidGordonGreen, Revenge of Michael Myers With


Week of October 5 New Releases | 4K, Blu-ray, Digital, and DVD

Welcome to ComingSoon’s week of October 5 new releases column. We’ve highlighted this week’s 4K, Blu-ray, Digital HD, and DVD releases below.  Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon or other retailers. Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Escape Room: Tournament of Champions The sequel to the box-office hit psychological thriller that terrified audiences around the world. In this installment, six people unwittingly find themselves locked in another series of escape rooms, slowly uncovering ...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, TV, Movies, Australia, John Cleese, Stephen King, Digital, David, Nba, Cape Town, TV News, Anime, Lebron James, Melbourne, Cia


The 20 Best Michael Myers Kills Ranked

In his 43-year-long career, Michael Myers has killed 121 people on screen, and he's only getting started. Poised to murder dozens more with the release of the aptly titled "Halloween Kills" this October, few genre icons, if any, are as ceaselessly bloodthirsty as Michael. An unstoppable icon whose kills are more grounded than those of other slasher icons -- there are no cryogenically-smashed heads or marionette murders here -- Michael is the perennial monster in the closet, unknowable and unstop...
Tags: Movies, Karen, Oscar, John, Annie, Bob, Spielberg, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Jason, Sarah, Alice, Michael, Thorn, Rob Zombie, Octavia Spencer, Zombie


The Exorcist Reboot Will Be 'Fresh, New' And 'Really, Really Scary,' Jason Blum Promises

With the "Purge" siren still winding down and the battery still beeping on the "Paranormal Activity" franchise, Blumhouse has dipped their hands into another horror honeypot: The Exorcist franchise.As David Gordon Green's Blum-backed "Halloween" excised everything beyond John Carpenter's first two original Michael Myers tales, the new "Exorcist" project aims to continue the original 1973 William Friedkin film about the demonic possession of a young girl while pretending that its other sequels ne...
Tags: Movies, News, David, Jason Blum, John Carpenter, Regan, Ellen Burstyn, Burstyn, Linda Blair, David Gordon Green, Blumhouse, Blum, Michael Myers, William Friedkin, Danny McBride, MacNeil


Here's Where You Can Stream Or Rent Every Halloween Movie

It's Halloween season, the best time of the year. And with Halloween season comes the unquenchable thirst for all the "Halloween" movies, even the really bad ones. There's even a brand-new entry – "Halloween Kills" – on the way this month. So if you're hankering for some trick, treats, and/or Paul Rudds, I've gone ahead and put together a list that reveals exactly where you can stream or rent every single "Halloween" movie, including the upcoming "Halloween Kills." Happy Halloween, folks! Hallow...
Tags: Halloween, Movies, Michael, Rob Zombie, Zombie, John Carpenter, Johnny Cash, Myers, Laurie, Paul Rudd, David Gordon Green, Michael Myers, Apple TV Amazon, Haddonfield Illinois, Debra Hill, Laurie Strode


The 18 Best Horror Movies On Shudder Right Now

Remember when there were only a handful of streaming services, and subscribing to one or two was a clever way to cut costs instead of paying for cable? We've since been so inundated with different streaming platforms that to subscribe to them all is essentially just giving yourself a curated (but not much cheaper) cable package. That said, if there are specific things you're interested in, genre-specific streaming services like Shudder can be a great opportunity to make sure you're surrounded by...
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Halloween Kills Poster Coincides With Dolby Cinema Ticket Sales

Get ready, folks, because Halloween Kills is just around the corner. To keep the anticipation levels high, Dolby Cinema released a brand new poster to coincide with the launch of ticket sales. Check out the poster below, and click the following link to purchase your tickets today. RELATED: Michael Myers Revisits His Past Victims in Halloween Kills Final Trailer In 2018, David Gordon Green’s Halloween, starring icon Jamie Lee Curtis, killed at the box office, earning more than $250 million worldw...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Green, Dolby Vision, Jamie Lee Curtis, John Carpenter, Marion, Paul Rudd, David Gordon Green, Dolby Cinema, Michael Myers, Danny McBride, Anthony Michael Hall, Dolby Cinemas, Kyle Richards, Laurie Strode Jamie Lee Curtis