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DeadbeatAtDawn 07-21-2019 05:16 AM

Michael Myers is Back in 2020’s ‘Halloween Kills’ and 2021’s ‘Halloween Ends'
 
Officially confirmed by John Carpenter today, the saga of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode will continue next year and the year after with Halloween Kills in October 2020 and Halloween Ends in October 2021! Halloween Kills will arrive in theaters on October 16, 2020, followed by Halloween Ends on October 15, 2021, with Jamie Lee Curtis on board to star.





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Bloody Disgusting

DeadbeatAtDawn 07-21-2019 05:19 AM

I do not know if these are the official posters, this one is from a fan page.


https://scontent-ort2-2.xx.fbcdn.net...44&oe=5DA03736


.same with this but it's from Cavitycolors so I guess they can make it into a tee if they want.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D_3q9b5X...jpg&name=small

HorrorFan4Ever 11-12-2019 04:54 PM

How can they keep making more Halloween movies it's the same plot

DeadbeatAtDawn 10-29-2020 05:01 PM


PurelyAndSimplyEvil 11-01-2020 12:06 PM

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Originally Posted by DeadbeatAtDawn (Post 1044681)

As a HUGE Halloween fan, I'm excited for the new movie!

I wasn't a fan of whole retconning of the franchise idea, initially, but it does present the oppertunity to tie a nice(r) ribbon around the Michael/Laurie story at the end.

The teaser looks good. I hope this one is a bit more "Michael in the wild" than the last.

ChainsawKiller 11-01-2020 01:36 PM

I dont know but I seem be the only person in the world who really didn't like Halloween 2018?

Bloof 11-01-2020 02:47 PM

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Originally Posted by ChainsawKiller (Post 1044830)
I dont know but I seem be the only person in the world who really didn't like Halloween 2018?

I dont know. I only ever liked the first 3.

PurelyAndSimplyEvil 11-02-2020 04:11 AM

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Originally Posted by ChainsawKiller (Post 1044830)
I dont know but I seem be the only person in the world who really didn't like Halloween 2018?

I think it was more the nostligia about the return of "The Shape," after the Rob Zombie films that really did it for Halloween fans, in general.

The scenes involving Micheal stalking the streets of Haddonfield on Halloween night were truly good. Especially that scene where we see him walking along the side of the house before going inside and....doing what he does best.

Beyond that, it is quite forgettable.

I hated all of the new characters, bar Dr Sartain. I even think the Sartain thing was rushed. Understanble from someone OBSESSED with understanding something - but development of Sartain's character and obsession could have been drawn out better, maybe even into a sequel.

SpookyEli 11-02-2020 07:44 AM

To me Halloween Kills, as a name, doesn't bode well. Though i seem to be alone in this school of thought, because the only news i've ever seen about it has toted it as hot sh*te.

At First i thought it was the working title, and they would eventually find something less, oh, i don't know, less bloody ObViOuS. Evedently that was not the case.

We're stuck with "Halloween Kills" i guess. I don't have much hope that the film itself won't be as much of a failure of imagination as the title.

PurelyAndSimplyEvil 11-02-2020 07:51 AM

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Originally Posted by SpookyEli (Post 1044861)
To me Halloween Kills, as a name, doesn't bode well. Though i seem to be alone in this school of thought, because the only news i've ever seen about it has toted it as hot sh*te.

At First i thought it was the working title, and they would eventually find something less, oh, i don't know, less bloody ObViOuS. Evedently that was not the case.

We're stuck with "Halloween Kills" i guess. I don't have much hope that the film itself won't be as much of a failure of imagination as the title.

Have to agree. The title isn't exactly exciting.

The sequel to it is to be called "Halloween Ends."

I do wonder if the studio would ever consider re-opening the anthology aspect of Halloween, in the future. The Michael Myers story can only go on for so long - considering that the new films are now the new sequels to the original which would make Myers 62/63 right now.


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