Laurie Strode will not be the central character in Halloween Kills confirmed director David Gordon Green.
Writer and Director David Gordon Green and co-writer Danny McBride open up about the true intend behind their sequel Halloween Kills.
Michael Myers is sitting out Halloween this year, as Universal Studios has officially postponed Halloween Kills until Oct. 20, 2021.
John Carpenter says Halloween Kills is like 'a slasher movie times one hundred' with a kill count unlike anything he's ever seen.
Despite businesses starting to shut down again, Spirit Halloween isn't going to let 2020 get cancelled.
Jason Blum is trying to get the first trailer for Halloween Kills released and is still hoping the movie will arrive this year.
Fright-Rags and Fourth Castle brands team up with Compass International Pictures for Deluxe Halloween '78 Nanoforce Army Men set.
A new report suggests that a major character will resurface in Halloween Kills raising questions about the sequel.
Director David Gordon Green is hyping up the more extreme violence in Halloween Kills.
Universal's Saturday Twitter Watch Party Series kicks off tomorrow with Halloween 2018 and it's going to be true (virtual) party.
Halloween, Apollo 13, The Breakfast Club set for Universal's Saturday Twitter Watch Party Series this month.
Tommy Lee Wallace walks through the process he used to convert the William Shatner Captain Kirk mask into The Shape, exactly how he did in 1978.
Scott Teems says that Fans of 2018's Halloween will be excited about this year's sequel, Halloween Kills.
Now free to watch on YouTube, the hour-long fan film Halloween Night pits Michael Myers against Dr. Loomis' grandson.
Nick Castle bravely left his bunker to go work on Halloween Kills, which wrapped principal photography back in November.
Trick or Treat Studios, mostly known for making Halloween masks, is getting into the action figure game in a big way with Michael Myers and Art the Clown.
Super7 is giving Halloween II fans their first look at their upcoming ReAction figures of Laurie Strode and Michael Myers.
Blumhouse head Jason Blum says Halloween Kills is big, which means we could be in for something different with the franchise.