Blumhouse promises that Halloween will end will be cool and fun


When you think of the thirteenth installment in a long-running horror franchise that focuses on a terrifying and almost supernatural serial killer, "fun" isn't exactly the first word that comes to mind. 2018 Hallowe'en It brought the weary series back to life in a hybrid of sequel and reboot that resulted in the best reviews that any movie starring Michael Myers had received in 40 years, in addition to becoming the highest grossing installment at a massive distance.

That kind of critical and commercial acclaim has only raised expectations for the upcoming sequel. Halloween kills, which is still slated to hit theaters in October because otherwise what's the point? Everyone involved has been talking about the latest entry as a bigger, meaner, and nastier beast than its predecessor, one looking to hit that sweet spot between innovation and nostalgia to appeal to the widest possible audience.

Bush he was shot consecutively with Halloween ends, which is scheduled for October 2021 and seeks to close the latest trilogy. While everyone has been making various drug-related analogies when talking about the middle chapter, the Blumhouse study recently turned to social media and claimed they were in the process of adding a healthy dose of fun to Halloween ends, as you can see below.

There's always room for fun in the horror genre, as long as it's not at the expense of the story or the scares, and the unlikely creative duo of David Gordon Green and Danny McBride showed us enough with their opening version of the long racing series. that both of them Halloween kills and Halloween ends He seems to be in good hands, and this sense of fun won't extend enough to reflect the kind of stoner comedies that both built their reputations on.


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