‘Halloween Kills’ trailer drops: Michael Myers is much more lethal now | Web News Observer

‘Halloween Kills’ trailer drops: Michael Myers is much more lethal now

The final trailer for Halloween Kills, which will be published on October 15th, has been revealed.

The 2:18-minute film appears to demonstrate how deadly Michael Myers has become.

In Halloween (2018), the “white-masked man” survives the fire set by Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis), her daughter, and granddaughter, and returns to Haddonfield to do what he does best: murder people.


‘No man could have survived that fire,’ Laurie claims

We could hear Michael’s breathing in the Halloween post-credit sequence, indicating that the flames couldn’t kill him.

When Laurie learns about this, she says, “A man couldn’t have survived that fire,” implying that the killer is nothing short of a monster who has gone beyond all human bounds.

The teaser also depicts moments from his rampage, so you know what’s coming.


This time, it’s Michael vs. the entire town of Haddonfield

According to the film’s synopsis, when the Strodes abandon Michael, “Laurie is rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, believing she finally killed her lifelong tormentor.”

“She inspires all of Haddonfield to rise up against their unstoppable monster,” he says after discovering he’s back on his murdering rampage.

They then organize “a vigilante mob” to “hunt Michael down.”


Some famous characters return in the David Gordon Green-directed film

Aside from Lee Curtis and James Jude Courtney (Michael) repeating their roles, horror expert David Gordon Green’s slasher flick also features some recognizable names.

For example, Kyle Richards, Nancy Stephens, and Charles Cyphers reprise their roles as Lindsey Wallace, Marion Chambers, and Leigh Brackett from the 1978 film Halloween.

Wallace, Chambers, and Brackett have escaped Michael’s wrath.


Will Laurie be able to reveal Michael’s identity?

Laurie is likewise desperate to uncover Michael’s identity and “see the life leave his eyes.” It’ll be fascinating to watch if she is successful.

However, she is unlikely to be, considering a sequel, Halloween Ends, is also scheduled for publication in 2022.

Universal is distributing Halloween Kills, which has the support of Malek Akkad, Jason Blum, and Bill Block.


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