Oct 14, 2021

Evil Dies Tonight

Halloween Kills
Blumhouse Productions (2021)
I streamed Halloween 2018 at home as soon as I was finished with work.  It ended with just enough time to hop in my car and head to Regal to see Halloween Kills on its opening night screening.  Both movies exceeded my expectations, but Halloween Kills was especially good slasher flick.  I'll even go so far as to say that the Blumhouse Timeline (beginning with Halloween 1978 and continuing with Halloween 2018 and Halloween Kills) is my favorite timeline of the four.  Still, I would have liked it even more if the 2018 Blumhouse film was the start of a brand new horror franchise with original characters and a new villain than to be the fourth (and hopefully final) timeline in the Halloween franchise.