Halloween Kills: cast, plot and how to watch on HBO Max and Peacock TV
The release of the sequel to director David Gordon Green’s 2018 film, Halloween, has finally arrived. The movie can be seen in theaters and on Peacock TV.
It’s that time of year again- Halloween. This year, director David Gordon Green is back, releasing his next horror film. Halloween Kills is the sequel to the mega-successful 2018 Halloween movie.
Halloween Kills premiered at the 78th Venice International Film Festival in September of 2021. Reviews suggest this sequel is even bloodier and more relentless, but equally as good. Regarding how scary the film is, let’s just say fans will certainly be left biting their nails.
The 2018 horror film was a remake of John Carpenter's 1978 classic, and Halloween Kills picks up right where the last movie left off. In this slasher, the character’s try to take down the killer, Michael Myers. Laurie convinces the small town of Haddonfield, Illinois to retaliate.
Do I need to see the prequel?
It can’t hurt to watch the 1978 classic and 2018 Halloween, but it certainly isn’t necessary in order to follow the plot. The film is filled with flashbacks that should fill in all the holes for you to grasp the movie in its entirety.
Watch the full trailer for Halloween Kills
Halloween Kills cast
Halloween Kills is reportedly full of returning characters, such as Tommy Doyle and Lonnie Elam. Jamie Lee Curtis will take on the role of Laurie Strode. Other major actors in the film are Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, and James Jude Courtney.
Halloween Kills Release Date
The franchise has millions of fans, which means many will be aiming to see the terror movie on its release date. The scary movie of the year will be released on October 15th, 2021 in theaters in the United States.
Where can I stream Halloween Kills?
Halloween Kills can be streamed on Peacock TV on October 15th, 2021 which is also the theater release date. The film is also going to be available on HBO Max, but you will have to wait until October 22nd, 2021 to stream it.
The one hour and forty five minute gory film is full of dark and gruesome surprises.