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The Best Movies Streaming Right Now: Dune, Halloween Kills, No One Gets Out Alive, The Blackwell Ghost, Coffee And Cigarettes

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a weekly column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.)The weekend is upon us once again, and thank heavens for that. Every weekend, I try to bring you five movie recommendations for your streaming pleasure. Think of this as the modern-day equivalent of the Employee Picks shelf at the video store (back when the video store was something we all went to). As always, I try to pick movies from a wide ...
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Halloween 4: The Return Of Michael Myers Ending Explained: 'Evil Dies Tonight,' In 1988

This franchise has been through a lot. For all of their talk on doing away with the lore of its sequels, the makers of "Halloween Kills" sure are digging in the crates for inspiration on the follow-up to David Gordon Green's 2018 effort, "Halloween," itself a sequel to John Carpenter's 1978 original. "Halloween" (1978) has since gotten eleven sequels and two retcons in 1998 and 2018, so there's a lot of continuity gumbo happening — it's enough to turn any new "Halloween" fan off from delving int...
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Halloween Ends Will Feature A Four-Year Time Jump

Warning: this post contains massive spoilers for "Halloween Kills." Proceed with caution.With "Halloween Kills" now in theaters and streaming on Peacock, the eyes of horror fans are focused on the next entry in the franchise, "Halloween Ends." As the name implies, the sequel will conclude this iteration of the enduring slasher series, which has been spearheaded by director David Gordon Green. Now, the filmmaker has revealed that the next installment will make a four-year leap ahead in time.Green...
Tags: Movies, News, Green, Michael, Curtis, Laurie, Haddonfield, David Gordon Green, Blumhouse, Allyson, Michael Myers, Anthony Michael Hall, Tommy Doyle, Andi Matichak, Matichak, Jame Lee Curtis Laurie Strode Four Years


Halloween Vs Phantasm – The Greatest Horror Franchise Ever [Round 1]

Welcome to the Tournament of Terrors, a /Film bracket where we argue about the greatest horror franchise of all time, and you, the readers, get to decide the winners. The rules are simple: two iconic horror movie series enter the ring, each represented by a /Film writer ready to champion them. And you -- yes, you, the person reading this right now -- will vote on which one gets to move forward. You can find all the details, including a schedule for all the showdowns, right here. And here is the ...
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The Origin Of The Ghostface Mask In Scream Is Delightfully Mundane

Horror fans love a masked slasher, but not all masks are created equal. Designing a quality disguise for a masked villain is crucial not only for scaring the bejesus out of the audience, but for the future merchandising possibilities. Michael Myers' modified Captain Kirk mask, Jason Voorhees' hockey mask, Leatherface's patchwork skin mask, and the Silver Shamrock masks have enjoyed generational longevity, as has the horrifying Ghostface mask from "Scream," now celebrating its 25th Anniversary.Th...
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Anthony Michael Hall Is Game To Return As Tommy Doyle In Halloween Ends [Exclusive]

Despite its big box office success, "Halloween Kills" seems to be a bit polarizing with fans. Still, if there's one thing I think we can all agree on it's that Anthony Michael Hall does a good job taking over the role of Tommy Doyle. Tommy was a kid being babysat by Laurie Strode in the first "Halloween," where the character was played by young actor Brian Andrews. Tommy returned to the series with "Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers," where Paul Rudd (in his acting debut) played the characte...
Tags: Movies, News, David, Hall, Michael, Danny, Tommy, Haddonfield, Paul Rudd, Michael Myers, Anthony Michael Hall, Laurie Strode, Tommy Doyle, Jamie Lee Curtis Laurie, Tommy Doyle Tommy, Brian Andrews Tommy


Non-Horror Fan Anthony Michael Hall Shares What Drew Him To Halloween Kills [Interview]

Anthony Michael Hall has had one heck of a career, and is one of those child stars that managed to navigate the tumultuous business that is Hollywood, coming out on the other side, still working to this day. The star, known for his work with John Hughes in "The Breakfast Club" among many other things, is getting a chance to chew the scenery in a big way in "Halloween Kills," which recently hit theaters as well as Peacock. And it managed to do gangbusters business at the box office on its opening...
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That Original Halloween Character In Halloween Kills Uses Practical Make-Up, Not CGI

There are a lot of nods to "Halloween" films past in "Halloween Kills." And one of the biggest involves recreating moments that are meant to take place in the minutes immediately following the end of John Carpenter's original horror classic. The result: a major character from that first film returns, despite the fact that the actor who plays him has been dead for several years. The immediate assumption from many seeing this character on screen again has been that he was recreated via CGI tricker...
Tags: Movies, News, Green, Nelson, John Carpenter, Loomis, David Gordon Green, Michael Myers, Donald Pleasence, Christopher Nelson, Pleasence, Tom Jones Jr, Colin Mahan


This Spoiler-Y Halloween Kills Trivia Is Probably The Greatest Thing You'll Read Today

Thought we were done filling your feed with "Halloween Kills" news? THINK AGAIN. David Gordon Green's newest entry to the "Halloween" franchise has divided horror fans harder than the debate on whether or not "elevated horror" is a real thing, but even if you viscerally disliked the film, there are a lot of fun elements surrounding the film to discuss.The IMDb trivia for "Halloween Kills" is filled with obvious tidbits, like the appearance of the Silver Shamrock masks from "Halloween III: Season...
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Judy Greer Says The Ending Of Halloween Kills Is Beautiful, But Also A Bummer

David Gordon Green's newest entry in the "Halloween" franchise has now debuted both in theaters and at NBCUniversal's own Peacock streaming service. The film takes place directly after the events 2018's "Halloween," and we follow the Haddonfield residents on a fearful and feverish hunt for the escaped masked maniac Michael Myers. All the while, returning protagonist Laurie Strode (an always exceptional Jamie Lee Curtis) is recovering from the trauma and injuries of what's come before, with her d...
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The Most Brutal Kills In Halloween Kills Ranked

Let's get this out of the way: life is precious. Okay, now that I've covered myself morally, let's talk about murder! "Halloween Kills" is now in theaters and on Peacock, and it certainly lives up to its title. There are a lot of kills here, as Michael Myers cuts yet another bloody path through Haddonfield on Halloween night. In honor of the ultra-violent new sequel, we've decided to rank the most brutal kills in "Halloween Kills." Is that a little gross? Perhaps! But we're doing it anyway. With...
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Kanye West Performs Short Set in Creepy Mask at Wedding in Venice

Kanye West made a surprise performance at a wedding in Venice, Italy, on Saturday, performing two of his classics as well as the live debut of two songs from his recent “Donda” album, along with some other songs. According to social media reports, he wore a creepy, almost Michael Myers-like mask that muffled his vocals. […]
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Halloween Kills: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Michael Myers returns in the blood-soaked sequel Halloween Kills, once again terrorizing the denizens of Haddonfield, Illinois with an arsenal of sharp objects and lots of heavy breathing. Tellingly, I actually quite enjoyed David Gordon Green’s follow-up to John Carpenter’s Halloween; though the pic is violent to an uncomfortable degree, the good definitely outweighs the bad with this one. Let’s delve into everything that worked (the Good), didn’t quite work (the Bad), and sucked worse than Hal...
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The Movies That Made Us Creator Brian Volk-Weiss On Learning To Love Horror [Interview]

"The Movies That Made Us" has a new third season now available on Netflix, releasing episodes on quite a few horror classics just in time for Halloween. As always, the mini-doc series promises to bring together the cast and crew behind your favorites to look at the origins, unknown tales, and interesting stories behind a number of beloved films of this spookiest of holiday seasons. Season 3 includes episodes on the infamous trilogy of slasher classics, John Carpenter's  "Halloween," Sean S. Cunn...
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Congratulations To Michael Myers For Achieving A Personal Best Murder Score In Halloween Kills

"Halloween Kills" may be getting sliced and diced by critics, earning a 39% critical score on Rotten Tomatoes, but that didn't stop the movie from topping the box office this past weekend with a whopping $50 million opening weekend, in spite of being simultaneously released for streaming on Peacock. In fact, the latest "Halloween" sequel (which isn't all bad) ushered in another big number for the franchise, and it's Michael Myers who deserves the congratulations."Halloween Kills" has the highest...
Tags: Movies, News, Jason, Myers, Michael Myers, Jason Vorhees, Victor Crowley, Laurie Strode, Michael Myers Halloween Kills


Halloween Kills Spoiler Review: A Messy, Bloody Sequel That Can't Make Up Its Mind

When the reboot/revival/sequel "Halloween" arrived in 2018, trauma was a major talking point. This wasn't just another slasher movie, we were told. This was really a movie about trauma, and how it can reverberate through time. It was also a movie about how Laurie Strode, a traumatized woman who has been living in the shadow of Michael Myers for her entire life, was finally going to take back her own narrative. That's inspiring stuff, and for the most part, "Halloween" delivered. Director David G...
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'Halloween Kills' smashed box-office expectations despite also streaming on Peacock and it shows the strength of the horror genre

Michael Myers is back in "Halloween Kills." Universal "Halloween Kills" topped the domestic box office over the weekend with $50 million. It cost just $20 million to produce. Horror movies have been resilient during the pandemic, from "A Quiet Place Part II" to "Candyman." "Halloween Kills," the sequel to the 2018 "Halloween" franchise revival, exceeded expectations at the US box office over the weekend, showing once more that the horror genre is thriving during the pandemic.The movie earn...
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The 31 Scariest Movie Scenes Ever

Everyone loves a good scare, and there are plenty of them — a century of horror movies has seen to that. If there's something out there that unsettles you, makes your skin crawl, or convinces you to sleep with the lights on, there's almost certainly a film that taps into it. There's no shortage of good horror movies or scares. But what about the great ones? Hell, what about the greatest ones? As the days grow shorter and the nights grow cooler, we decided to tackle that question directly. /Film ...
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Halloween Kills It at the Box Office, Not So Much at Peacock

Despite releasing on streaming, Michael Myers' newest film conquered theaters.
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‘Halloween Kills’ Carves Out $50.4 Million at Box Office

“Halloween Kills” may be available to watch at home, but the latest installment in the Michael Myers saga is making a killing at the North American box office in its first weekend in theaters.
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'Halloween Kills' slays at the box office

Michael Myers made a killing at the box office, even though he was also streaming.
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Halloween Kills': Kyle Richards shocked she survived Michael Myers

Richards told Insider that she immediately flipped through her script to find out her fate, and was "very happy" to make till the end.
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Box Office: ‘Halloween Kills’ Targets $50 Million Opening Weekend, Despite Simultaneous Peacock Debut

More than 40 years after the first “Halloween,” Michael Myers and Laurie Strode are still box office gold. “Halloween Kills” is targeting a $50.16 million three-day opening at the domestic box office. Universal Pictures, Miramax and Blumhouse’s horror sequel took in $22.86 million on Friday, more than enough to land the weekend’s top slot. While […]
Tags: News, Box Office, Blumhouse, Michael Myers, Laurie Strode, No Time To Die, Halloween Kills, The Last Duel, Universal Pictures Miramax


The Night House Writers Pitched A Halloween Reboot That Kept Things Simple

Who out there has seen "Halloween Kills" already? It hits theaters and the Peacock streaming service this weekend and the response from critics has been mixed, though our own Marshall Staffer's non-spoiler review from the Venice International Film Festival last month leaned positive.If you don't have Peacock and haven't ventured out to the theater for "Halloween Kills," what about "The Night House?" This spooky psychological thriller stars Rebecca Hall as a recently-widowed teacher who discovers...
Tags: Movies, News, Collins, Rebecca Hall, Ben Collins, Myers, Loomis, Peacock, Michael Myers, David S Goyer, Piotrowski, Venice International Film Festival, Laurie Strode, Luke Piotrowski, Night House, Marshall Staffer


'Halloween Kills' star spills on being murdered by Michael Myers: 'It was really beautiful'

In an exit interview, one 'Halloween Kills' star describes death at the hands of Michael Myers and also reveals a 'cool' deleted ending. Spoilers!        [Author: USA TODAY]
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New Release Review [Cinema] - HALLOWEEN KILLS

Michael Myers survives to cause more trouble in Haddonfield. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Peacock's base plan is free, but it costs $5 a month to stream its full library of movies and shows

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Peacock is a streaming service from NBCUniversal. Peacock Peacock is a streaming service with NBCUniversal shows, movies, sports, and news. The base plan is ad-supported so you can watch some of the catalog for free with commercials. Peacock Premium ($5/month) offers more to watch, and Peacock Premium Plus ($10/month) is ad-free. Premium (Monthly Plan) (small) Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Peacoc...
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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...
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Can There Be a Michael Myers Without Laurie Strode? Jamie Lee Curtis Answers

“Halloween” has been a staple of the spookiest season ever since John Carpenter unleashed the unrelenting monster Michael Myers on an unsuspecting suburban town in 1978. The man in the mask went from boy-murderer to indestructible killing machine, seemingly always drawn back to one person, his surviving sister Laurie Strode. Played by the incomparable Jamie […]
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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, ...
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