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Review: Halloween Kills

October 19, 2021

While it has some brutal kills from the OG bogeyman, Michael Myers, and some solid fan service, Halloween Kills mostly feels like wheel-spinning before the actual conclusion of the Michael/Laurie battle in next year’s Halloween Ends.

Battle at the Box Office 10/18/21

October 18, 2021

Halloween Kills took the top spot at the box office with the second-best opening for the Halloween franchise while No Time to Die dropped about 56% from last week’s opening and The Last Duel got off to a disappointing start.

Admit One 10/15/21

October 15, 2021

Michael Myers slashes his way back into theaters (and Peacock) this weekend for Halloween Kills while the latest from Ridley Scott, The Last Duel, also opens in theaters along with Needle in a Timestack, Bergman Island, the anime prequel to Bright, Bright: Samurai Soul on Netflix and a documentary about The Velvet Underground on Apple TV+.

It’s Round 2 of Laurie Vs Michael in Halloween Kills (Trailer)

September 20, 2021

Despite locking him a fiery deathtrap at the end of 2018’s Halloween, the battle between Laurie Strode and Michael Myers continues in October with Halloween Kills as Michael survives and continues his rampage while Laurie rallies the citizens of Haddonfield to hunt him down and kill him once and for all.

Musical Montage: Brother Cane “And Fools Shine On”

October 26, 2020

Firmly setting Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers in 1995, the movie’s soundtrack was full of tracks from the rock band Brother Cane, including their hit single “And Fools Shine On” from their album Seeds, which released the summer before the movie arrived in the fall.