Overall Rank: 17183
Average Rating: 2.2/4
# of Ratings: 24
Theatrical Release Date: 10/15/2021
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 01/11/2022
MPAA Rating: R
Director: David Gordon Green
Actors: Jamie Lee Curtis, Andi Matichak, Judy Greer, Anthony Michael Hall, James Jude Courtney, Will Patton
Plot: With Michael Myers left burning alive, Laurie Strode is rushed to the hospital only to learn that the monster is not dead. Seeking to rid Haddonfield of the curse once and for all, Laurie calls on the entire town, including some who have survived the terror of Myers before, to form a mob and hunt down the killer putting a stop to him once and for all. -- Chris Kavan
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Chris Kavan - wrote on 03/21/2022
I mean, the title says it all - this is a very brutal, harsh and unforgiving Halloween and if you want death served over and over and over again, you've got it. While it was good seeing so many of the original actors come back - I wish this had more of a deeper plot other than "Michael Myers kills everyone he sees and then looks out a window" - because that's what you get.
Chrisd - wrote on 10/29/2021
Okay so I had been debating on seeing this one due to terrible reviews but let me tell you I am so so happy that I went on with the desision to see it the movie was absolutely one of the best movies of the year and of this decade lemme tell you it had absolutely everything you'd want from a perfect movie or made you laugh and smile and feel just flat out happy you spent your money to see if "favorite characters" that award goes to the gay couple of the two John's they were hilarious threw out the movie I say see it see it see it
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 10/20/2021
Plenty of sadistic kills but not nearly enough Michael and Laurie, "Halloween Kills" doesn't do justice to John Carpenter's 1978 masterpiece with a chaotic and padded out plot that never gets around to focusing on the time-tested relationship between its main killer and victim.
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 10/24/2021
‘Halloween Kills’ - the body count has been heighten in brutal fashion. From start till finish it’s a bloody carnage, and if you want to watch a movie that’s all about the kills, then this is for you, but don't go into this expecting anything else, because even though I liked the 2018 version, this unfortunately felt like a step down in quality.
Firstly, the writing in this movie is terrible and the people of Haddonfield have got more brain cells than oranges have pips! The number of times a character will remind you how evil Michael Myers is, as if showing him brutally killing people at random wasn’t enough. Even when this mob finally catches up to Myers, they only beat him up a little bit and then let him have a breather. There should be a drinking game of the amount of …