Halloween Kills returns after being expected to be released in October 2020, but the COVID pandemic got it delayed until 2021. Halloween Kills got recently premiered at the Venice Film Festival. For fans of horror movies, this should be among your first stops though you might want to watch the 2018 beginner to catch up or perhaps not miss out on any detail.
Collider’s Rafael Motomayor, tweets “Halloween Kills is a darker, meaner, more disturbing entry in the franchise. The kills are absolutely brutal and shocking in the best way.”
“Never was there a film truer to” It was great seeing old characters again, and there is a flashback that blew my mind. its name. They get sliced up with kitchen knives, bisected with a chainsaw, hollowed out with a fluorescent strip light, and impaled on banisters. The body count is phenomenal.
Casts In Halloween Kills?
The cast is lead by the three 2018 stars: Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer and Andi Matichak.
James Jude Courtney returns as Michael, while Will Patton is the deputy sheriff who helped the women try to stop Michael in the first part of the new trilogy.
Anthony Michael Hall and Kyle Richards play Tommy and Lindsey, two grown-ups who Laurie looked after in the original 1978 movie.
Nancy Stephens also returns to the franchise as the former assistant of Dr. Sam Loomis, the psychiatrist who tried to catch Michael in the 1978 movie. Critics have a lot to say on their part through mixed reviews.