John Carpenter has promised that Halloween Kills, the most recent instalment in the long-running horror franchise, is not going to disappoint slasher followers.
Carpenter, who has directed quite a few horror classics together with the unique 1978 Halloween, has composed the rating for the brand new Michael Myers story. Chatting with IndieWire, he described the movie as “intense and brutal”.
“The movie is something else,” Carpenter mentioned within the interview. “It’s fun, intense and brutal, a slasher movie times one hundred, big time. It’s huge. I’ve never seen anything like this: the kill count!”
Though the 2018 movie ended with Myers apparently trapped in a burning home, a brand new teaser trailer reveals hearth engines arriving on the scene. Watch the clip beneath.
A direct sequel to 2018’s Halloween, the upcoming movie will see Jamie Lee Curtis reprise her function as Laurie Strode, alongside Judy Greer as Karen Nelson, Andi Matichak as Allyson Nelson, and James Jude Courtney and Nick Citadel sharing the well-known masks.
Inexperienced beforehand claimed the brand new movie comprises the “most violent scene” he’s ever directed (Could 16). The filmmaker teased the information throughout a Twitter watch social gathering for Halloween by way of the Blumhouse account, commenting on a violent scene within the movie compared to his earlier film Pineapple Categorical.
Halloween Kills has now been pushed again to October 2021 as a result of coronavirus pandemic.
Each Carpenter and the movie’s director, David Gordon Inexperienced, mentioned they have been “heartbroken” that the movie needed to be delayed, however defined that it was essential to keep away from “a compromised theatrical experience” for followers.