It's about that time of the year when the leaves turn from green to orange, the air becomes crisp, the evenings grow shorter, and Jamie Lee Curtis gets terrorised by a serial killer in a Captain Kirk mask.
The final trailer for 'Halloween Kills' has gone online, and it goes without saying that you'll probably want to avoid it like Michael Myers if you want to go in cold on October 15th. The movie picks up right after the final seconds after 'Halloween', and sees the Strode family on their way to hospital after their battle with Michael Myers. This time around, however, it looks like Michael Myers is on a journey back to his childhood home, and is stabbing his way through Haddonfield until he gets there.
Along the way, the survivors of that fateful night in 1978 are back in action. Kyle Richards, who most people now know from 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills', is returning as Lindsey Wallace, one of the children Laurie Strode babysat in 1978. Charles Cyphers, who played Sheriff Brackett in the original movie, has also returned, so too has Nancy Stephens returning as Marion Chambers, Dr. Loomis' assistant from the original movie.
'Halloween Kills' is the second of three planned movies, with the final one - 'Halloween Ends' - being planned for release on October 15th, 2022. In the meantime, here's the final trailer.