Halloween Kills sequel is on the return but this time on Speed- a street name that describes the effects of the 1887 Amphetamine drug that stimulates the brain, enhancing hyperactivity. So, in laymans terms Halloween Kills is getting freakishly awakened.
Actor James Jude Courtney, Halloween Kills says the film is intense!
“We have to make the natural progression from 1978 to 2018 to Halloween Kills – the ante has be upped. The ticking bomb has to be more intense. Otherwise we’re just doing what we’ve done before. We pumped up the volume on this one. We’ve progressed late into the night, and now that everybody realizes what the stakes are…it’s reaching a head. It’s [the 2018 film] on speed.”
Halloween’s director David Gordon Green used the previous sequels to create a story that pick up on a (character of the Halloween franchise)Laurie Strode 40 years after surviving her first encounter with The Shape ( 1978 credits reference to Michael Myers) . Michael Myers’ massacre through Haddonfield (a fictional town of Illinois) shook up the nerves. But according to Jude this coming Halloween will be getting on the last and every one.
According to Cinemablend
James Jude Courtney’s comments to Pop Culture With Pat are sure to excite the hardcore fans of the franchise, as well as moviegoers who enjoyed Blumhouse’s 2018 Halloween movie. The last movie perfectly brought the franchise to 2018, while also staying true to the tone of John Carpenter’s original 1978 movie. So the idea of things getting even more intense and scary is a big promise.
David Gordon Green and Danny McBride are crafting a trilogy of Halloween movies, which will tell one story. As such, each new installment is likely to continue raising the stakes, as well as Michael’s grisly kills. Although just how that’s going to happen remains a mystery, as the story is being kept under wraps.
Halloween Kills is set to arrive in theaters on October 16th.