The second sequel to the hit horror movie “Halloween” picks up three years after the events of the original. This time, it stars Rohan Campbell as Corey Cunningham, a child babysitter in Haddonfield who is a target of the town’s paranoia. Meanwhile, Laurie (Judy Greer) is attempting to write her memoir while living with her granddaughter Allyson.
Four years after her encounter with Michael Myers, Laurie Strode is living with her granddaughter, trying to complete her memoir. Michael Myers has not been seen since. In the meantime, Strode is determined to live her life to the fullest. But when a boy is accused of murdering a young boy, a series of events begins that lead Laurie Strode to question her decision to abandon her life.
In the end, Laurie tries to find the elusive killer who is responsible for the Halloween massacre. She is joined by Dr. Loomis, who took Michael’s threat more seriously than others, and who put himself in danger to stop Michael’s murderous spree on Halloween 1978. The movie is a tribute to Laurie’s character. It does not close the book on Laurie’s story, but it does mark the beginning of a new chapter for her.
Laurie Strode’s character is much different from the Laurie Strode character from Halloween II. Here, she is a matchmaker, while in Halloween II, she is a psychotherapist. She is a matchmaker for a teenager named Corey, and she is attracted to him because he is attractive. But the film isn’t without its flaws. While it’s a well-written movie, it doesn’t live up to its potential.
If you’ve never seen the horror film Halloween Ends, you’re missing out. Corey Cunningham is a young man from Haddonfield who turns to the darkness after becoming ostracized from his society. In the movie, he transforms into the Shape and raises Hell in Haddonfield.
After meeting Michael Myers in the sewers, Corey begins a killing spree, taking out all the victims who had harmed him, including bullies from the marching band. Despite all of Laurie’s warnings, Corey goes on a rampage, killing a homeless man and a radio DJ. Eventually, he turns on his friends, including Laurie and Allyson.
The next night, Corey goes to Allyson’s house and convinces her to join him. The two of them then head over to the abandoned Allen house, where Corey explains what happened to Jeremy. But they almost get into a fight, and Doug leaves with some friends. Meanwhile, Laurie is worried that Corey is spending so much time with Allyson. She is afraid that Corey is seeing Michael in Allyson’s eyes. Joan insults her for being involved with Michael.
The final installment in the Halloween trilogy focuses on the trauma caused by evil action. Michael Myers kills many people in this last movie, but the lynch mob’s involvement increases the death toll. The film ends with the lynch mob’s decision to murder an innocent man. While this movie has its share of creepy moments, it is not as creepy as the previous two.
The opening scene of Halloween Ends introduces the main character Corey, a male babysitter. The film doesn’t directly address the killing of Karen, but does explore the nature of evil. In addition, it also follows the thread from the first film, which is whether Michael Myers is a 70-year-old mentally ill man, or an evil incarnate whose killing passes on his essence to other people.
In the second film, Corey meets Michael Myers, who has been hiding in tunnels underneath a major thoroughfare. After meeting Michael Myers, Corey begins acting differently. His next murder is of a homeless man.
John Carpenter’s Halloween
After co-writing and directing the original horror film, John Carpenter has decided not to return to the franchise. He is working on a new Exorcist trilogy for Peacock instead. The new movie will pick up 40 years after the original, but he will not return to the franchise until the 2018 sequel. The series will feature a cast that includes Jamie Lee Curtis, who reprises her role as Laurie Strode, and Andi Matichak, who plays Laurie Strode’s granddaughter.
In the original Halloween, Carpenter teamed up with Daniel Davies and Cody Carpenter to score the film. The Halloween Ends Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is now available digitally, and will be available physically on January 20th. The soundtrack contains original music by Boy Harsher and Cody Carpenter, and it is released through Sacred Bones and Nude Club/City Slang.
The soundtrack is an integral part of the Halloween franchise, and this time Carpenter’s son Cody and rock-music godson Daniel Davies collaborated with him to re-imagine the score. Carpenter said that his goal with Halloween Ends was to keep the classic Halloween sound, but add more modernized elements. However, the resulting score was unsatisfying and boring.