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Step behind-the-scenes of ‘Halloween Kills’

Step behind-the-scenes of ‘Halloween Kills’

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It’s almost time for the return of Michael Myers with the arrival of the must-watch horror movie Halloween Kills which is a direct sequel to 2018’s Halloween, and now audiences get to go behind the terror in a brand new series of featurettes.

The new featurette focuses in on the carnage that awaits in Halloween Kills, and it’s about to get nasty in this all-out terror ride of horror. “It’s called Halloween Kills and it has to live up to that title, ” says writer and director David Gordon Green. “It’s a bigger, badder, nastier crazier version.”

“The last movie was Laurie’s story, this is the town’s story,” says Halloween star Jamie Lee Curtis, as Halloween Kills will follows the reaction of the citizens of Haddonfield who band together to form a vigilante mob to hunt down and kill Michael permanently.

All the footage we get to see marks Halloween Kills out to be a violent new film and audiences will be in for some serious scares, only as it should be when it comes to a Halloween film.

The second featurette focuses on actors Kyle Richards as Lindsey Wallace, Nancy Stephens as Marion Chambers and Charles Cyphers as Leigh Brackett, who now return to the Halloween franchise 40 years on after first appearing in the 1978 classic from director John Carpenter. All of them are excited and ecstatic to be returning to the film, and the new storytelling that David Gordon Green is bringing to the big screen with Halloween Kills.

Here’s the official synopsis:

After Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis), her daughter Karen (Judy Greer), and granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak) leave Michael Myers caged in the basement of Laurie’s burning house, Michael manages to free himself when firemen arrive on the scene. The Strode women join a group of other survivors that decide to form a mob to hunt Michael.

Halloween Kills is set up to be this year’s scariest film and will arrive in cinemas on October 15.