In 2018, David Gordon Green’s Halloween, starring icon Jamie Lee Curtis, killed at the box office, earning more than $250 million worldwide, becoming the highest-grossing chapter in the four-decade franchise and setting a new record for the biggest opening weekend in history for a horror film starring a woman.
And the Halloween night when Michael Myers returned isn’t over yet.
Minutes after Laurie Strode (Curtis), her daughter Karen (Judy Greer), and granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak) left masked monster Michael Myers caged and burning in Laurie’s basement, Laurie is rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, believing she finally killed her lifelong tormentor.
But when Michael manages to free himself from Laurie’s trap, his ritual bloodbath resumes. As Laurie fights her pain and prepares to defend herself against him, she inspires all of Haddonfield to rise up against their unstoppable monster.
The Strode women join a group of other survivors of Michael’s first rampage who decide to take matters into their own hands, forming a vigilante mob that sets out to hunt Michael down, once and for all.
Evil dies tonight.
Halloween Kills Cast
Universal Pictures, Miramax, Blumhouse Productions, and Trancas International Films present Halloween Kills movie, co-starring Will Patton as Officer Frank Hawkins, Thomas Mann (Kong: Skull Island), and Anthony Michael Hall (The Dark Knight).
From the returning filmmaking team responsible for the 2018 global phenomenon, Halloween Kills is written by Scott Teems (SundanceTV’s Rectify) and Danny McBride and David Gordon Green based on characters created by John Carpenter and Debra Hill. The film is directed by David Gordon Green and produced by Malek Akkad, Jason Blum, and Bill Block. The executive producers are John Carpenter, Jamie Lee Curtis, Danny McBride, David Gordon Green, and Ryan Freimann.
Halloween Kills Release Date
Halloween Kills movie in Theaters and Streaming Only on Peacock on October 15, 2021.
Source: Universal Pictures
Michael is back in action. Original director David Gordon Green is at the helm again, all the cast from the first part is back and it seems that this time they have decided to increase the roles and put the whole damn Haddonfield against Michael. Michael will have a target to kill on the throw. The trailer doesn’t look bad and, honestly, it’s cool that they paid a lot of attention to HOW he got out of that house because it’s usually like that, they blur it out because it’s impossible to kill him anyway. It’s nice to see a little coherence.