Happy Halloween, Michel! The trailer for Halloween kills is there and things just get more horrible.
The preview, which released Thursday, June 24, picks up where the previous film left off. Laurie Strode (Jamie lee curtis), his daughter Karen Nelson (Judy Greer) and his granddaughter Allyson Nelson (Andi Matichak) try to ask for help after their confrontation with Michael Myers (James jude courtney and Nick’s Castle), which they assume did not survive.
Unfortunately, the clip shows Michael coming out of the trap in Laurie’s basement, to continue his bloodbath in Haddonfield.
“Michael Myers is flesh and blood. But a man couldn’t have survived this fire, ”says Curtis, 62, in the trailer. “The more he kills, the more he transcends. He is the essence of evil.
The synopsis for the slasher franchise, which started in 1978 and has spanned eleven sequels since, teases that “the Strode Women join a group of other survivors of Michael’s first rampage who decide to take matters into their own hands. , forming a mob of vigilantes who sets out to hunt down Michael, once and for all.
One of those survivors is Lindsey Wallace, played by Kyle richards, who first appeared in the original Halloween film as the child Laurie was babysitting.
Richards, 52, apparently has plenty of action-packed scenes in the upcoming film, including a showdown with Michael Myers himself.
the Real housewives from Beverly Hills alum has opened up about returning to the Halloween franchise and the unfortunate injury she suffered on set.
“I broke my nose,” Richards explained in an interview with Variety in May 2020. “I didn’t even tell anyone on set that night, even though I was like, ‘I think I broke my nose. I was so scared that a stuntman would come and do my job because there was someone there dressed like me.
Curtis, who has starred in the franchise from the start, previously spoke about how timely the storytelling would be.
“What we were seeing in the land of power, raging voices, large groups of people coming together in a rage at the circumstances, is what the movie is about,” he added. Scream queens alum said SiriusXM in November 2020. “The film is about a crowd. And so, it’s very interesting because it takes into account what happens when a trauma infects an entire community.
She continued, “And we see it everywhere with the Black Lives Matter movement. We see it in action and Halloween kills oddly enough, nested on it, preceded it, it was written before it happened. So when you see it, it’s a bubbling group of people moving through the story like a big, angry group, it’s really, really, really, really, really intense. It’s a masterpiece.
Halloween Kills hits theaters Friday, October 15.