It's finally HERE! The trailer we have been literally sitting on the edge of our seats waiting for. David Gordon Green (Stronger) is directing from a script he co-wrote with Danny McBride and Jeff Fradley. "But there are a lot of people who love it, and they're gonna love this movie". After Halloween Resurrection and the Rob Zombie remakes, I had all but given up hope on the franchise. But here it is...the big trailer for Halloween we have been waiting months and months for.
What did you think of the new trailer? I can't even express into words how excited I am to see Laurie Strode grayed, alive, and ready to kick some (possibly) brotherly ass.
A new take on the franchise, Blumhouse's Halloween ignores the films after John Carpenter's 1978 original and tells the story from a new angle, one where Michael and Laurie were never related. Check out the all-new trailer above and see the film in theaters on October 19th. While I'm one of those weirdos who enjoys nearly all of the Halloween sequels (except Halloween: Resurrection; that movie can buzz off), I also know that no film has ever come close to approaching the brilliance of John Carpenter's original.
This is the eleventh Halloween film since 1978's original introduced the murderous Michael Myers (portrayed in this version by James Jude Courtney along with original actor Nick Castle).
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This new film will feature a new, more physical approach to portraying Michael Myers, with stuntman James Jude Courtney taking over a majority of the responsibilities for the character.
Forty years after making his hair-raising, nightmare-inducing debut, iconic horror baddie Michael Myers is back for another blood-soaked Halloween.