Halloween Kills Trailer unites Laurie Strode’s against Michael Myers

That Halloween kills trailer begins with Myers leaving the burning house of Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis), which was seen blazing in the late 2018’s Halloween. While a group of firefighters rescues Myers, that obviously does not stop him from massacring the entire squad and making some other leisure killing for fun.

While Laurie is stuck in the hospital from a knife wound suffered in the first film, that doesn’t stop her from going and trying to kill Myers once she discovers he’s still alive. Thus, while the Halloween series has relatively often been Myers versus individuals, Halloween Kills seems to imply the Haddonfield community is uniting to take down the serial killer.

The trailer shows Laurie Strode’s daughter Karen (Judy Greer) and granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak), who come together to take down the monster who has haunted this family. There are also some exciting lines spoken in the trailer. For example, Laurie says that “the more he kills, the more he transcends,” and even questions how Myers can be a human when he survived that fire. Will Patton appears as Deputy Frank Hawkins, and Anthony Michael Hall as Tommy Doyle (who was previously portrayed by Brian Andrews in the original 1978 film), and Nancy Stephens. The latter reprises the role of Marion Chambers.

After the massive success of 2018’s Halloween, two sequels were announced: Halloween Kills and the third film, Halloween Ends, scheduled for release on October 14, 2022. The entire trilogy is directed by David Gordon Green. He previously directed such varied films as All the Real Girls, Pineapple Express, and Prince Avalanche. Both Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends are written by Green, Danny McBride, and Scott Teems.

It all looks like good, gruesome fun and a spirited follow-up to one of the best horror reboots/sequels of recent years. Halloween Kills is released in Cineworld cinemas on October 15 2021 and will be followed by Halloween Ends on October 14 2022.

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