Exciting news, everyone! After over a year of anticipation, Universal Studios has released the official full-length theatrical trailer for Halloween Kills! Check it out below.
Kyle Richards appeared on Andy Cohen’s Watch What Happens Live! last night. During the viewer Q&A session, she was asked about returning to the Halloween franchise with Halloween Kills. Check out her answer, beginning at 2:30 in the video below!
Halloween Photos has been updated with this blast from the past relic – 176 photos from the Hollywood premiere of Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later! Check out a selection of thumbnails below, and you can click on any of them to see the full gallery.
Danielle Harris and Scout Taylor-Compton will be launching their own podcast, Talk Scary to Me! Confirming the news on her Instagram, Danielle Harris reports that the duo will be recording their first episode this coming Friday. Danielle has invited fans to post their questions and topics they’d like to discussed in the comments on her post, which reads:
“TALK SCARY TO ME” Podcast starts recording this Friday! Ask us ANYTHING about Love, sex or HORROR in the comments below and we’ll discuss and give you a shout out on our show!! So excited!!! #podcast #sex #horror #halloween #screamqueens @undertheseascout
Are you looking forward to the podcast? Did you submit any questions on Danielle’s post? Sound off in the comments below!
Rob Zombie took to his Instagram this morning to officially announce that he will tackling the cult classic television show, The Munsters! Though there were rumours of it in the past, this is the first time we have official confirmation on the film.
According to Murphy’s Multiverse:
Wishing the happiest of birthdays to Rob Zombie’s Halloween‘s Danny Trejo!
Empire Magazine tweeted an exclusive new still of Michael Myers in Halloween Kills earlier today, which just builds our excitement and anticipation for the film even more! Check out the photo below.
Today is Andi Matichak’s 27th birthday! Make sure to visit her social media pages and wish a happy birthday to the newest member of the Halloween Final Girls club.
As those of you who have followed this website on Twitter know, the last couple of weeks have seen the site move to a new host and undergo some serious maintenance. In fact, I have spent the last two days rebuilding the site from the ground-up to fix some issues with links and page ID numbers. IN addition, I also went through and made a list of what pages are still needed, and I will be working on getting those up throughout the month.
As a result of the site being completely rebuilt, the media section is temporarily down as I still need to transfer over all of the video pages. Additionally, I’ll be rebuilding that section to make it more user-friendly and navigable.
In a weird twist, the free Tubi streaming app is now streaming the theatrical cut of Rob Zombie’s Halloween II from 2009. However, what’s worth noting is that the opening logos of the film are now replaced with Lionsgate’s logo, which would imply the studio – that currently owns the distribution rights to the original Halloween, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers – now has Zombie’s sequel as well.
This also raises the question… do they have Rob Zombie’s first Halloween as well? If so, that would bring the eleven Halloween films to just a mere three distributors in the United States – Lionsgate would have five, Universal would have three (Halloween II, Season of the Witch, 2018’s Halloween as well as the two upcoming sequels), and Paramount would have three (the ‘Dimension’ trilogy of The Curse of Michael Myers, Halloween H20 and Halloween Resurrection). That would be a first for the series, which has typically had one of the most complicated licensing agreements of any film franchise.
Furthermore, if that is the case… could another box set be on the horizon soon? Probably not given Lionsgate’s lack of licensing out their titles in the past, and Universal now considering Halloween an active property for them, but it is worth thinking about…
…And campaigning for, if need be.