The internet has been buzzing for months with speculation and rumors surrounding the potential continuation of the Halloween franchise, which was given new life last October via director David Gordon Green’s smash hit feature Halloween, a film which went on to make over $250 million worldwide at the box office.
Well, today the wait is over, as Universal Pictures has announced release dates for two new feature films in the iconic franchise from Trancas International Films, Miramax and Blumhouse Productions: Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends.
We spoke to Rhian Rees who portrayed the role of crime podcaster Dana Haines in Halloween (2018) and has appeared in several other TV and film projects.
“She’s a critical thinker and refuses to believe that anyone could be pure evil”.
In a radio interview with 102.5 The Bone radio station Smith teased a Fall 2019 release.
“I think we are out in the fall”
Halloween Movies announced today (September 15th) that Jamie Lee Curtis is returning to her iconic role as Laurie Strode in Halloween, released by Universal Pictures on October 19, 2018.
Horror Month – June 2015
We spoke with horror circuit legend Sean Clark.
Sean has turned being a horror fan into a full time career. As a talent agent he represents many of the biggest names in Horror for appearances/conventions. He is also an accomplished producer/writer. He produced many of the additional special features and featurettes included in the Scream Factory/Anchor Bay special edition box set Halloween Complete Collection including a specially filmed documentary with Jamie Lee Curtis.
In 2009 he co-wrote the film ‘The Black Waters of Echo’s Pond‘ which starred Danielle Harris & Robert Patrick. He produces his own series ‘Horrors Hallowed Grounds‘ where he revisits iconic Horror locations from films such as Halloween & A Nightmare On Street and also contributes to HorrorHound magazine.
“….It just started as a hobby. I went out searching for the locations from the original Halloween and when I happened upon my very first location it was like visiting a childhood home”