Another game postponed by Covid, the Universal version will also be available on the studio’s streaming service Peacock on the same day to test the power of terror as a shared experience to overcome family choices.
However, watching this movie in a movie theater only reinforces its clunky feeling and creates uncomfortable moments. The audience does not seem to know whether they are nodding to the history of the franchise or laughing at it. It is ultimately the prevailing feeling.
If the last movie evokes a little excitement by eliminating everything that happened after the original, then this novelty will soon disappear.
However, when Laurie was taken to the hospital, Michael escaped naturally, continuing to greatly reduce the population of the town, thanks in large part to the residents’ stupidity in understanding the etiquette of horror movies.
It was at that time that the film (again directed by David Gordon Green, based on a script he wrote with Danny McBride and Scott Tims) turned to absurdity and downright hypocrisy Because the angry citizens took the responsibility to eliminate the threat, Anthony Michael Hall played the guy who summoned the farmers with a pitchfork (and gun and knife), chanting “The evil is dead tonight!” when they took to the streets.
The idea of becoming a voluntary police officer makes sense on a rough level – God knows that police are not particularly effective in their work – but the inner warning that fear can turn ordinary people into bloodthirsty thugs is not particularly good. You consider the source. In short, you cannot eat your cake and stab it repeatedly.
It is worth noting that Universal Pictures has announced another sequel “Halloween End”, which will be released next year.
Unlike “Halloween Killing”, although hope will always emerge, it is naive to make this title too literal. Because if a franchise is worth getting rid of the pain, at least getting an extended rest period, this is it.
“Halloween Killing” premiered in American theaters and Peacock on October 15. The rating is R.