The final film in the Halloween trilogy will hit the big screen this October. Here’s all you need to know about Halloween Ends – and who will plays Michael Myers in the latest film. Horror fans, hold onto your hats (or masks) because the all conquering Michael Myers is back in Haddonfield – and this time he means business. Set to be the final film in David Gordon Green recent reboots of John Carpenter’s slasher classics, horror fanatics are ready to see how Halloween Ends, as the third film in the trilogy hits the big screen.
“After 45 years, the most acclaimed, revered horror franchise in film history is set to reach its epic, terrifying conclusion as Laurie Strode faces off for the last time against the embodiment of evil, Michael Myers, in a final confrontation where only one of them will survive. When the franchise relaunched in 2018, Halloween shattered box office records, becoming the franchise’s highest-grossing chapter and setting a new record for the biggest opening weekend for a horror film starring a woman. In 2021, Halloween Kills earned the biggest opening weekend for any horror film in the pandemic era and simultaneously set a new record for a non-live event premiere streaming on Peacock.
Its been a little since the cliffhanger ending of ‘Halloween Kills’, but the masked serial killer will be back in cinemas just in time for All Hallow’s Eve to let horror movie know how this saga will end. The popular horror franchise has roared back into Hollywood in the past couple of years after Green brought back the masked horror villain 2018
A direct sequel to the Carpenter original of 1978, the film was titled Halloween (2018) and followed the original storyline, with Myers returning to terrorise the citizens of Haddonfield once more- 30 years since the events of that fateful Halloween night – after escaping from the mental institute where he was imprisoned.
The saga of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode is set to come to its ultimate climax this Halloween in the final part of David Gordon Green’s reinvigorated Halloween trilogy, the aptly named Halloween Ends. Green’s first movie changed the entire history of Michael Myers, picking up from the end of 1978’s John Carpenter classic and ignoring everything that came after it, including the family connection between Michael and “last girl” Laurie. Now, heading into the final chapter, the director has revealed that despite the movie’s premiere coming in around 6 weeks he is still tweaking the ending on a daily basis.
The original scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis will return as the legendary Laurie Strode, who is still suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder after being a survivor of Michael Myers' 1978 killing spree. Andi Matichak (Orange Is the New Black) returns as Laurie’s granddaughter Allyson Nelson after going head to head with Michael in Halloween Kills.
James Jude Courtney and Nick Castle will take in turns in playing the role masked villain Michael Myers/The Shape, while original character Deputy Frank Hawkins is played by Will Patton (Gone in 60 Seconds). Rohan Campbell (The Hardy Boys) stars as Corey Cunningham and Kyle Richards (Little House on the Prairie) is Lindsey Wallace.
Michael Simmonds (Nerve) will be in charge of cinematography, with production coming from Jason Blum (Insidious), Malek Akkad (Halloween: Resurrection) and Bill Block (Fury)
The good news? Green is not making us wait until the end of October to see his final Halloween movie with confirmation the horror will be hitting theatres worldwide on October 14 2022.
Interestingly, the BBFC has rated Halloween Ends’ trailer as a 15. The previous slashers in the trilogy have been handed 18 ratings, as have other versions of the masked villain throughout the franchise. For hardcore horror fans, the wait to see if the full feature will be rated an 18 will be an intriguing one. No runtime has yet been released – we will update this page as soon as it does.
The spooky soundtrack will be released just in time for...Halloween. The release date for the upcoming Halloween Ends soundtrack has just been set, and the track list is scaring up some serious excitement from horror fans and music nerds alike. The new film, which is set to conclude the relaunched Halloween saga that premiered in 2018, has done an excellent job of balancing tribute to the previous installations of the horror franchise and bringing a fresh perspective to a long-running series. The new soundtrack for the upcoming film continues that tradition, by including a new, but just as haunting John Carpenter score for the film. The soundtrack is set to be released on October 14, 2022.
The new score for the film was created by Carpenter, who directed the original film and created the iconic score from the 1978 slasher, along with Cody Carpenter, and Daniel Davies. The new soundtrack will also include a new song called "Burn it Down" by Boy Harsher. The new score, called "Procession", features the same dark, synth tones of the original, while still providing an entirely new, deeper feel, as if the score, too, has aged with the series.
The new song "Burn It Down", by Boy Harsher was created especially for the upcoming film. Of the opportunity to be included on such an iconic soundtrack, Boy Harsher said, "[o]bviously we’re huge fans of Carpenter and the franchise is a fav, but to work with Gordon Green was also so special, his early films (George Washington, Undertow, Snow Angels) were heavy influences on our work. The real kicker is that Halloween Ends was shot in Savannah, GA - the birthplace of Boy Harsher and where we met."
Halloween Ends is set to be released on the same day as the soundtrack and takes place four years after the events of Halloween Kills. The film finds Laurie Strode living with her granddaughter Allyson as she finishes her memoirs. All is finally at peace again and Michael Myers hasn't been seen in years. However, her peace will soon be disturbed, and Laurie will have to fight off the dark face of Evil one more time.
Halloween Kills serves as the final chapter of a long-running horror franchise that began in 1978, effectively kick-starting the golden age of the slasher genre. The newest Halloween trilogy sees series star Jamie Lee Curtis' return to her iconic character Laurie Strode. Halloween Ends is directed by David Gordon Green, who wrote the film alongside Paul Brad Logan, Chris Bernier, and Danny McBride.
Though we’ve screened the movie, we are under a strict embargo until the day of release. Read into that what you will.
Streaming: October 14 exclusively on Universal Pictures.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
The Boy Harsher "Burn It Down" EP will be released on vinyl on January 20, 2023. The soundtrack will be released for purchase on October 14, 2022.
It looks like Peacock needs to juice its paid subscriptions some more. Universal/Blumhouse/Miramax’s Halloween Ends, which is already set for theatrical release on October 14, will also debut on NBUniversal’s Peacock streaming service day-and-date. This is a similar practice to what happened with the previous installment of the revived Jamie Lee Curtis horror franchise, Halloween Kills, last October.
Here's the full official trailer (+ poster) for David Gordon Green' Halloween Ends, direct from Universal Pictures YouTube:
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