Halloween Kills

Halloween Kills

Halloween Kills

Jamie Lee Curtis and Nick Castle reprise their roles in the direct sequel to 2018's Halloween, with David Gordon Green back to direct - and co-write alongside Danny McBride. Jason Blum produces.

2020Rating: 18, strong bloody violence105 minsUSA
Horror

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Halloween Kills / Reviews

Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Despite the odd fun bit of bloodshed, Halloween Kills is mostly tired, tedious and an insult to everything John Carpenter got right first time round.

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The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail

There is an undeniably compelling energy to whatever is going on here.

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Independent

Independent

(A) lurching, directionless corpse of a film...

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

So painfully inferior that you can feel not just your fandom but your very lifeforce being drained.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

The only thing that advances is the body count.

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Time Out

Time Out

Violent but unscary, this clunking slasher film sees a franchise coasting on long-past glories...

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USA Today

USA Today

(Halloween Kills) loses some of its skull-crushing effectiveness juggling rampant carnage and social commentary.

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Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune

Halloween Kills settles for the reductive, distressingly anonymous hackwork of its title.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

The narrative is saggy and chaotic...

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