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First 'Halloween Ends' Trailer Promises End Of Saga

By Amanda Caroline  •  July 20, 2022  •  311

eNewsletters - Even though Halloween is still months away, the first "Halloween Ends" clip already exudes a chilling sense of fear. The official trailer for the next horror film, which was released by Universal Pictures, promises the conclusion of Laurie Strode's five-decade quest to defeat Michael Myers.

In the trailer, Laurie is shown aiming a gun at her obsessive stalker, appearing ready for her final encounter with the serial killer. While the new clip shows Laurie shouting, "Come, get me motherf**ker," as the hooded killer lurks in the shadows, there are also flashes of sequences from earlier films.

The official logline of claims that ""This is Laurie Strode's last stand," said the movie Halloween Kills. After 45 years, the most lauded, respected horror franchise in cinematic history comes to a harrowing, epic climax as Laurie Strode battles Michael Myers, the personification of evil, one last time in an intense showdown never before seen on film. One of them will make it."

According to the synopsis, "Laurie is living with her granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak) and is wrapping up writing her biography four years after the events of last year's 'Halloween Kills'." " Since then, nobody has seen Michael Myers. Laurie has made the decision to break free from her fear and wrath and embrace life after letting the ghost of Michael control and shape her reality for decades. But when Corey Cunningham (Rohan Campbell; "The Hardy Boys," "Virgin River"), a young man, is charged with murdering a youngster he was watching, it sparks a wave of violence and fear that will drive Laurie to finally face the evil she can't resist, once and for all."

The final appearance of Laurie Strode by Jamie Lee Curtis is joined by Will Patton as Officer Frank Hawkins, Kyle Richards as Lindsey Wallace, and James Jude Courtney as The Shape, a.k.a. Michael Myers.

David Gordon Green is the film's director, and production lasted for around two months, starting in January of this year. Retakes were done in June, but they only took four days, and it seems they won't delay the movie's scheduled release date of October 14.