Halloween Kills Video Shows BTS Watching Michael Myers Vs. Firefighters
The choreography of the brutal Halloween Kills firefighter slaughter is featured in a new behind-the-scenes video shared by Jamie Lee Curtis.
Jamie Lee Curtis shares a behind-the-scenes look at rehearsals for Halloween kills‘ Michael Myers’ brutal firefighter fight. The latest installment of constant evolution Halloween the franchise debuted in theaters and on Peacock in mid-October and quickly proved that there was still a lot of life left in the slasher series. Halloween kills picks up on the same night as the 2018 reboot and reveals that Michael managed to survive the fire at Laurie Strode’s house. As the residents of Haddonfield try to hunt him down, Michael continues to fight his way of destruction through the unassuming town on his way home.
Halloween kills actually opens with an extended flashback to 1978, but when it comes back to the present day, it fully explains how Michael comes out of the fire. A group of firefighters arrive at Strode’s burning house, and when one falls into the basement where Michael is trapped, the killer finds a way out. What follows is a bloody massacre as Michael takes down each firefighter at the scene one by one, setting the tone for the rest of the bloody. Halloween kills.
Curtis shared a few behind-the-scenes looks from Halloween kills since the film’s release, and the latest highlights the repeat of Michael Myers’ firefighter massacre. James Jude Courtney, who is one of the cast for “The Shape” for the franchise, reviews the moves with a group of stuntmen in Curtis’ video, and it’s pretty exciting to see the choreography come together. “@jamesjudecourtney you are a BEAST and the stuntmen are all heroes!Curtis said in his caption. Watch the video below.
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Michael has more than a few creative murders in Halloween kills, and the opening bout is just the start. Halloween kills has the highest body count in the entire franchise, and firefighters are a big part of that. The sequence received a lot of publicity in the film’s marketing, particularly as Michael lifts a firefighter into the air. As the BTS video above revealed, this was achieved through some wiring, which in no way diminishes the overall impressive impression of the moment.
The deductible has at least one other payment in progress, with Halloween ends which is currently scheduled for release in a year. The question on everyone’s mind is whether this will be the one who ultimately kills Michael Myers once and for all, although this new movie has demonstrated how difficult it is to do so. In terms of gore, Halloween ends has big shoes to fill, but it may not be necessary. Halloween kills showed the full extent of what Michael can do, and the next one can take things up a notch. Only time will tell what the bogeyman will do next.
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- Halloween Ends (2022)Release Date: October 14, 2022
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