Those who purchase the extended version of Halloween Kills not shown in the theatrical performance will have an alternate ending.
Halloween Kills Extended Cut will be possible digitally on Monday, December 13, for $ 19.99. Amazon’s official pre-order page confirms that this alternative version of the slasher movie offers “more suspense, killing and alternate territory.”
The Halloween Kills 2018 sequel, Halloween Kills, premiered in theaters and at Peacock on October 15. Following Michael Myers’ murderous rampage in the previous film, Halloween Kills continues a mobilization of guards in an attempt to end the league killer’s terror regime. Haddonfield, Illinois, once and for all.
Directed and co-written by David Gordon Green, Halloween 2018 is the eleventh film in the Halloween series. Still, it serves as a direct sequel to John Carpenter’s original Halloween from 1978, ignoring the continuity of any film released since. Green is quickly back to killing Halloween, which follows the story of this renewed timeline. The director’s planned Halloween Rebirth trilogy with Halloween Ends, coming out on October 14, 2022, is over.
Halloween Kills, played by Jamie Lee Curtis, who talks about his role as the latest iconic girl Laurie Strode from Halloween (1978), Halloween II (1981), Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, Halloween: Resurrection and Halloween (2018). Curtis is set to play the character in Halloween Ends. Judy Greer also handles Halloween as Karen Nelson, Andi Matichak as Allyson Nelson, Will Patton as Frank Hawkins, Anthony Michael Hall as Tommy Doyle, Robert Longstreet as Lonnie Elam, Dylan Arnold as Cameron Elam, Charles Cyphers as Leigh Brackett, Kyle Richards as Lindsey Wallace, Nancy Stephens as Marion Chambers and James Jude Courtney and Nick Castle as Michael Myers.
The film was the highlight of the office, but it also received mixed reviews. Rotten Tomatoes currently has a critical approval rating of 41% on Rotten Tomatoes, but it also has an audience rating of 66%. Critics’ consensus is: “Halloween Kills should satisfy adventurous fans, but in terms of the progression of the franchise, it’s a little less than the sum of its bloody parts.”
Halloween Kills is currently in theaters and is shown exclusively on Peacock. The extended version will be released on December 13 and is now available for pre-order.