The New Halloween Trailer Will Scare The Living Daylights Out Of You
The latest trailer for Halloween is guaranteed to get you ready for late night horror binges, as Jamie Lee Curtis returns as tortured babysitter Laurie Strode to hunt down serial killer, Mike Myers.
Laurie is more than ready to take on her psycho brother, who has returned to his home town of Haddonfield, after escaping from a mental institution.
The latest trailer for the new release is honestly terrifying, as Mike stalks his hometown as the kids trick or treat.
Of course, it wouldn't be a Halloween film without a killing, as the trailer shows Mike murdering anyone who gets in his way, while also throwing teeth into a bathroom stall.
The trailer builds up Laurie stepping up for a final showdown with Mike, while warning her family that 'evil is real'.
However, her family seem to shrug it off, but they should know better given the fact their uncle is a serial killer.
The trailer also teases a final battle between Laurie and Mike which we cannot wait to see.
There has been 10 movies made in the Halloween franchise however, this one will apparently wipe the previous narrative clean and be a stand alone film.
But that doesn't mean there won't be some references to the previous films.
Jamie Lee Curtis told TooFab: "This movie is a standalone movie to the first movie, period, because you can't tell the story if you have to link in all the rest.
However, she added: "There are elements of all of those movies, there's some Easter eggs."
Netflix has also released a new horror series, just in time for Halloween.
The Haunting Of Hill House will be released on the 12th October, and is based on the 1959 novel by Shirley Jackson with a few adaptations to make it suitable for TV.
Mike Flanagan's new series stars his frequent collaborator Carla Gugino, and follows a a group of siblings who spent their childhood in the most famous haunted house in the country.
Now as adults, they must return to their former home to confront long-suppressed trauma.
Speaking to Digital Spy, director Mike said: "I don't want to give anything away, but I adore the novel.
"It doesn't span a 10-hour season of television. We had to make some changes to make it fit, but I think they're all in the spirit of what she was doing, and I think fans of the book will be very excited.
"It's my first time doing any television. I love it. I love being able to spend so much time with characters. I love plotting those arcs. I hope to do a lot more of it. It's a really exciting way to tell a story."
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