Halloween is pouring out of the TV

It’s good to see that horror movies are still advertised on TV.

It seems that no more movie trailers will be made for Haloween Ends, which will be shown simultaneously on streaming and in cinemas in America, and according to the signs, TV spots are now taking their place in the campaign, as the video below shows. Fortunately, the film will still have a theatrical release here, as the SkyShowtime platform that delivers Peacock’s content will only launch later.


The official synopsis of the film, which will be shown in Hungary on October 16, is as follows: “For Laurie Strode, this fight will be the last.
After 45 years, the most recognized and beloved horror series in film history comes to its grand, terrifying conclusion, during which Laurie Strode clashes for the last time with the embodiment of evil, Michale Myers, in a fight the likes of which we have not seen before on the big screen. Only one of them will survive.
The iconic Jamie Lee Curtis returns for the last time as Laurie Strode, the first “last girl” in the horror genre that launched Curtis’ career. Curtis has played Laurie for more than four decades, one of the longest actor-character pairings in film history. When the series was rebooted in 2018, Halloween broke box office records, became the series’ highest-grossing installment, and had the highest opening weekend of any female-led horror film.
Four years after the events of last year’s Killer Halloween, Laurie lives with her granddaughter Allyson and is working on finishing her memoirs. Michael Myers has not been seen since. After decades of letting Michael’s ghost rule her reality, Laurie decides to free herself from the grip of fear and anger and enjoy life. But when a young man, Corey Cunningham, is accused of murdering a boy he was caring for, and this unleashes a flood of violence and terror on the small town, Laurie is forced to confront the uncontrollable evil once and for all.”

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