What We Know – Halloween Kills 2020

Halloween (2018)–or Halloween Returns–will have it’s 2 year anniversary in October, and is celebrating with the next installment in the Halloween film series. 

40 years ago, the serial killer Michael Myers was shown to all audiences across the globe and has since become an icon, along with his revival, Laurie Strode. The 1977 masterpiece, Halloween, has spurred numerous sequels, books, toys, etc., but in 2018 the series was rebooted completely, leaving the original and new Halloween to be the only canonical film in the series. Movie-goers loved the newest installment rating it “fresh” on RottenTomatoes, and begging for a sequel. Well Blumhouse, producer of Halloween Returns, promised not one new movie, but two. 

This year, Halloween Kills will be released in theaters, continuing the action-packed horror series. People have been crying for new footage and insight on the film, but only descriptions, stills, and a short clip of it have been released. Here, you can find a list of everything you’ll want to know about this newest motion picture. 

* POSSIBLE SPOILERS FOR HALLOWEEN KILLS *

  • Michael Myers is confirmed to have survived
  • Haddonfield Memorial Hospital, the hospital from Halloween II (Non-canonical) will return
  • It will be the same night as Halloween Returns
  • The characters of Lindsey Wallace and Tommy Doyle, the children Laurie babysat in Halloween (1977), will return to seek revenge on Michael Myers
  • Laurie is supposedly going to be in the hospital for a majority of the movie
  • Jason Blum, the producer, has said the film is “intense” and “huge”
  • It is said to be one of the most gory and graphic Halloween movies to date
  • There will be a sequel to Halloween Kills called Halloween Ends, releasing 2021
  • A teaser trailer was released for Halloween Kills on October 31st, 2019

There have been a few test screenings for this film and it looks to be a total success! It is exciting to see the Halloween series fully brought back to life just as it was in the 80’s, this time with a less cheesy plot and much better acting. Halloween Kills will be released this year on October 16th, and it already looks like it is going to be one of the best movies in the series.