When it comes to horror movies, there are few things that can compare to the feeling of suspense and fear. The final trailer for the upcoming film “Halloween” has been released, which is sure to send shivers down your spine.
The halloween kills trailer is the final trailer for the upcoming horror movie Halloween. It was released on October 25th, 2018.
Trailer for Halloween Kills
The final trailer for Halloween Kills has been released by Universal Pictures, and it features fresh glimpses at the franchise’s heritage characters who are returning in the film. The newest chapter in the horror series takes up immediately after the events of the 2018 remake, in which Laurie Strode, her daughter Karen, and granddaughter Allyson have successfully trapped Michael Myers in the basement of Laurie’s house while it burns down. However, while firemen try to extinguish the fire that led to Michael’s escape, the Strode ladies band together with other survivors and the rest of Haddonfield to create a mob and track him down.
In addition to the threequel Halloween Ends, which is meant to complete a trilogy, Halloween Kills was revealed soon after the release of the 2018 picture. Due to the continuing COVID-19 epidemic, the picture was repeatedly delayed, with Universal eventually opting to retain the October theatrical release date and add a simultaneous Peacock release on the streaming platform’s premium tiers. Halloween Murders had its global debut at the Venice International Film Festival, where it received mixed reviews from reviewers who appreciated the film’s kills, franchise allusions, and performances but thought it didn’t offer anything new to the long-running genre.
Universal Pictures has released the final trailer for Halloween Kills, which will be released in just a few weeks. With a side-by-side comparison from the first film, the video provides a closer look at the franchise’s heritage characters returning in the film, as well as hints of Michael Myers eventually being unmasked. Check out the final trailer below the jump:
With its choice to retcon all of the prior sequels and stand as a straight sequel to John Carpenter’s original picture, the 2018 Halloween remake represented an intriguing move forward for the series. Critics and viewers alike praised this move, praising how it successfully wiped the slate clean of the convoluted mythology behind Michael’s ongoing existence and ties to Laurie. The announcements of original film characters returning for Halloween Kills piqued audiences’ interest, and the final trailer does a fantastic job of showing off their roles in the story and helping those who are unfamiliar with the original film remember and associate Kyle Richards’ Lindsey Wallace, Anthony Michael Hall’s Tommy Doyle, and Nancy Stephens’ Marion Cha
One criticism that some are sure to have about the final trailer for Halloween Kills is its later focus on revealing Michael Myers’ identity. The unmasked face of Michael, like that of fellow slasher icon Jason Voorhees, has been a concept explored by many filmmakers over the years, including Carpenter himself in the original film, but never in a way that audiences have truly connected with or cared about, making the tease of the Strode women pulling his mask off likely something that many will scoff at or find disinterest in. When Halloween Kills reaches theaters and Peacock on October 15, only time will tell whether it’s a moment worth debating.
The halloween kills spoilers ending is the final trailer released for Halloween. It shows Michael Myers killing Laurie Strode and her son.