'Halloween Kills' Trailer Review
The breakdown of 'Halloween Kills' trailer and what to expect before the epic release.
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Today, I will be doing a breakdown of the anticipated horror movie of the year, 'Halloween Kills'.
Let's not wait any longer and go straight to the trailer breakdown!
It is expected to have some mixed reactions about this 'Halloween Kills' trailer. This movie looks like it is going to be very intense, more kills, and tons of gore. Simply put it, this is going to be the most goriest halloween movie ever created. The 'Halloween Kills' movie will set the bar high compared to the remake of 'Halloween 2'.
As a Halloween fan, I am definitely excited about that aspect for this film.
Whenever it comes to 'Halloween' movies, I enjoy watching Michael Myers go completely berserk and kills his victims one by one. The suspense part of the Halloween franchise is what we go for as horror fans.
I am looking forward to this movie and what will be in store for us. The burnt part of Michael's mask will be awesome to see. On the flip side, there is a bit of a worry that this trailer showed a bit too much for fans to digest all at once.
What you guys think?
In my opinion, trailers should be no more than one minute, which leaves you for what's to come. In this trailer, it basically showed the entire movie in a short clip.
That is just my own observation.
I am sure that this movie will show a lot of surprises along the way, but the first trailer was better compared to this one. From here on out, I will not be watching any promotional material from this movie. The first and second trailer was enough for me and may have for you at this point. It will be very interesting to witness the events of the original timeline of Halloween, which dates back to the late 70's.
Halloween 2 (1981) - Laurie Strode hiding from Michael Myers
Here is a fun fact: this upcoming movie is very identical to the sequel of 'Halloween 2', which was back in 1981. Remember, Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) ended up in the hospital and Michael Myers was killing his way to find her.
In the end of that film, Myers' eyes were slashed and burst into flames due to an explosion by Dr. Loomis (Donald Pleasance), allowing Laurie to escape alive. In this upcoming movie, the older Laurie Strode is at the hospital and Michael Myers emerged from the flames to unleash wrath on anyone who stands in his way.
These were my thoughts on this Halloween franchise and this new trilogy we have so far. In the first Halloween movie, I had high hopes and walked away happy about the results given.
The comedic relief in that movie was the young boy named Julius, who said the S**t curse word after seeing Michael Myers emerged from the closet.
Remember that frightful scene?
I know I did.
Based on what I have seen from this trailer, the rating will be a 9/10.
My expectations for this movie is succeeding the first movie and finally witnessing Michael Myers meet his end by either Laurie Strode or the whole community. I expect more kills from Michael Myers than ever before.
More importantly, more gore.
We'll see what happens when this anticipated movie is released.
This movie will raise a great amount of excitement and cant wait to watch it on Peacock with my family.
If you horror readers are watching this movie at a theater, always make sure to wear a mask if not vaccinated and stay 6 feet apart in seats. Enjoy yourselves with your loved ones and get ready for suspense, revenge, and gore.
Prepare To Die
That is all I have for you today!
I hope that you all enjoy watching this epic movie with your loved ones and be entertained.
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