Those who saw 2018's 'Halloween' - which acted as a sequel to the original 1978 movie of the same name - will recall how after the credits, the antagonist Michael Myers' heavy breathing could be heard.

The new 'Halloween' proved such a hit that it was soon announced it would be getting two sequels. 'Halloween Kills' would hit cinemas in October 2020 while 'Halloween Ends' would follow a year later.

Due to the pandemic, both films were delayed.

But now we'll officially be able to see 'Halloween Kills' in time for the next spooky season.

Having gotten a teaser trailer for it last October, the sequel's first full-length official trailer has arrived.

The movie kicks off minutes after 2018's 'Halloween'.

The trailer reveals just how Michael Myers managed to escape the burning house that Laurie Strobe (Jamie Lee Curtis), her daughter Karen (Judy Greer) and granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak) left him in.

Now the Strobe women will work with a group of other survivors from Michael's first rampage in 1978, and other neighbours in Haddonfield, to hunt Michael Down and end his reign of terror once and for all.

'Halloween Kills' hits cinemas on October 15, 2021.