Following the lukewarm reaction to Halloween Kills, writer/director David Gordon Green has be discussing the direction of the upcoming Halloween Ends in several interviews.
Halloween Kills is a 2021 American slasher film directed by David Gordon Green and written by Green, Danny McBride and Scott Teems. The film is a sequel to 2018’s Halloween and the twelfth installment in the Halloween franchise.
The film stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Nick Castle, who reprise their roles as Laurie Strode and Michael Myers, with James Jude Courtney also portraying Myers again. Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, and Will Patton also reprise their roles from the previous film, with Anthony Michael Hall, Robert Longstreet and Thomas Mann joining the cast amongst ‘legacy’ cast members Charles Cyphers, Kyle Richards and Nancy Stephens.
Michael Myers is one of the most terrifying and prolific serial killers in cinematic history with a pretty impressive body count.
Since he first donned that mask, overalls and trusty butchers knife in John Carpenter‘s original Halloween, Myers has continued to increase his body count in more ingenious ways – something that is sure to continue in the latest installment Halloween Kills.
The twelfth installment in the Halloween franchise and the eleventh to feature Myers will premier tomorrow October 15th and in anticipation we have chosen to rank our top 5 Michael Myers kills.
This week see Don Mancini’s “Chucky” series premiering on SYFY & USA last night and Halloween Kills headed to theaters and Peacock on Friday. Yes, both Chucky and Michael Myers are back in the very same week, and since they’re both Universal properties, well, that means the two can co-exist within the same marketing. Now Universal have allowed the two iconic characters to meet for the first time in a new TV Spot for you may have seen while watching “Chucky” last night.
David Gordon Green’s Halloween Kills is finally making its way into cinemas and streaming on Peacock on October 15.
In the same vein of its predecessor, Halloween Kills is set to have many returning characters appear. Charles Cyphers has reprised the role of Sheriff Leigh Brackett one of many fan favourites of the original 1978 Halloween. Some of the other confirmed stars from the first movie set to return are Kyle Richards as Lindsey Wallace and Nancy Stephens as Nurse Marion Chambers.
During BlumFest a new featurette was released highlighting some of these reunions. As co-writer Danny McBride explains, it was about “finding ways to keep them involved with the story.”
The Legend Of Halloween is a new illustrated book written by Halloween (2018) & Halloween Kills (2021) writer/director David Gordon Green and children’s author Onur Tukel and is described as “the perfect treat for Halloween fans of (almost) all ages”. As you would expect the book is based the charecter of Michael Myers as created in the motion picture screenplay ‘Halloween’ written by John Carpenter and Debra Hill.