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‘Halloween Kills’: Michael Myers is back in the first horror trailer

Killer Michael Myers is back in the trailer for “Halloween Kills: The Terror Continues,” which opens October 15 in theaters nationwide.

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In an interview with Bloody Disgusting, actress Andi Matichak, who plays Laurie Strode’s granddaughter in new franchise films, has previously said Myers will try to repay what she and her friends have done to him.

“I think the fans will be very happy with what happens next. The new film will be grand and tense. I think Laurie, Allyson and Karen pissed off Michael a bit by locking him in the basement and his revenge will be on another level.

She adds, “[Os adiamentos] are disappointing because everyone wants the movie to come out. Everyone was very excited to see the end result. But at the end of the day, one of the best experiences in horror movies is watching them in theaters – you have to hear the John Carpenter soundtrack on the big screen. This film deserves to be seen in theaters.

Previously, John Carpenter had revealed that there were chances that the film would be streamed directly, due to the film industry crisis caused by the COVID pandemic.

“‘Halloween Kills’ could end up streaming because theaters are dead. It’s reality today. It’s a tragedy, but it’s true. We have to face it. The studio has made contact. with me and David [Gordon Green] postpone the launch for a year in the hope that things will improve. So we always hope for the best.

Remember that the sequence will have a high age group, and can only be watched by adults or minors accompanied by a responsible person.

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The terror was classified as “heavy bloody violence, macabre images, language and drug use”.

And the third film, “Halloween Ends”, has been postponed until October 2022.

The new titles will feature several familiar characters from the franchise, such as Lindsey Wallace (Kyle Richards), Tommy Doyle (Anthony Michael Hall), Marion Chambers (Nancy Stephens), Leigh Brackett (Charles Cyphers) and Lonnie Elam (Robert Longstreet) .

David Gordon Green, responsible for the 2018 reboot, returns to the helm.

Jamie Lee Curtis stars in both suites.

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