Director David Gordon Green’s 2018 movie Halloween was great fun (reviewed here), a welcome callback to the low-budget filmmaking style of the 1970s, a sequel/reboot of the original horror film that set off a new era of scream queens and slasher horror films.  But it was only the first act in a three-act opus that continued in Halloween Kills (reviewed here, probably the best–and most fun–flick in the franchise since the first) and will wrap this October in Halloween EndsGordon knows the franchise, the genre, and all that retro nostalgia that has audiences clamoring for shows like Stranger Things.  Will he succeed to wrap-up his trilogy as well as he began it?

Check out the first trailer for Halloween Ends:

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