Having survived multiple rounds with the rampaging serial killer Michael Myers, Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) isn't about to rest on her laurels (lauries?) just yet.
The new poster for Halloween Ends teases the sure-to-be-bloody final battle between Laurie and her notorious nemesis. Well, it's as final as you can get in this franchise.
Halloween Ends is set to conclude the story of the recently rebooted Halloween franchise. The 2018 movie wiped the slate clean and acted as a direct sequel to John Carpenter's classic 1978 slasher.
Released in 2021, Halloween Kills pitted the entire town of Haddonfield, Illinois against the evil Michael. The movie proposed that with every single kill, Michael transcends his apparently human state to become increasingly demonic.
Certainly, looking at the poster for Halloween Ends, it seems as if they're continuing this thesis. Laurie, Michael's sole survivor from his 1978 rampage, must now confront her fears like never before as director David Gordon Green stages the grisly end game.
Series creator John Carpenter is again involved in a scoring capacity, working more variations on that iconic, dread-inducing main theme. We're wondering how many people Michael will have left to kill given the body count present in Halloween Kills.
Halloween Ends slashes its way onto Cineworld screens on October 14th.