The movie “Halloween Kills” just had its world premiere that was held at the Venice International Film Festival, and there it received mixed reviews from the critics and audiences. However, even this won’t deter the fans from watching the film online. Universal made a significant statement about the upcoming release of Halloween Kills, and we’re here to tell everything we know about it.
The film picks up right after Michael gets trapped in Laurie’s basement in the Halloween sequel released back in 2018. However, when he finally manages to escape himself from Laurie’s grip, he unleashes his entire anger on the town and Laurie, which leads to yet another bloodbath. For all this chaos to stop, Michael must be murdered eventually, whereas Laurie isn’t going down without fighting.
About the Film
The movie was directed by David Gordan Green, who also directed the sequel film back in 2018. David has returned for the sequel, which will follow Laurie Strode and her family as they are pursued by “The Shape” once more.
At the end of the previous film, we saw that Michael Myers was left dead in a drastically burning building, but then this time, Michael isn’t going to let a house fire stop him from continuing his murder rampage. Given the success and critical acclaim of the previous film, Halloween Kills has a lot of fans’ expectations that should be fulfilled.
What do the Teasers Depict?
The very 1st teaser of the movie begins up right after Halloween (2018) and depicts firetrucks rushing to Laurie’s burning house; despite her shouts of “Let him burn!” Ashi refers to Michael. On 30 October 2020, the 2nd teaser was released for the fans to view, where they got a few hints of the impending devastation.
Later, on 25 June 2021, the entire official trailer was published. The final trailer gives additional detail regarding Michael’s survival from the fire and teases more of the horrific violence that will take place in the film. The Strode family is also shown guiding the residents of Haddonfield, who are on a mission to find the killer and finish him.
When and Where will Halloween Kills Stream?
The first platform that came to your mind for streaming Halloween Kills might be Netflix. If yes, then you should know that the movie when going to premiere on Netflix. Luckily, Halloween Kills will be streaming elsewhere, and that place is Peacock.
Halloween Kills are all set to stream on Peacock on Friday, 15 October, around two weeks before Halloween. However, to watch the movie, the viewers need to be Peacock Premium subscribers. The premium for the streaming platform Peacock is $4.99 per month with advertisements, whereas it is $9.99 per month without any of the ads to disturb.
If you haven’t signed up to Peacock yet, then you should visit their official website to sign up and start your movie spree. Halloween Kills will also be debuting in theaters on the same date. The music in the movie is given by the iconic trio, including Cody Carpenter, John Carpenter, and Daniel Davies. They also collaborated in the sequel of the film that was released in 2018.