Halloween Ends is the final chapter in the bone-chilling saga between Laurie Strode and her “boogeyman” Michael Myers. After a young man is accused of murdering a young child he must fight against the darkness within.
Jamie Lee Curtis exudes confidence and owns her role as an experienced survivor, However Newcomer Rohan Campbell steals the show with charisma and Intrigue.
The direction is on par with the previous entries as well as the acting and cinematography the story here is definitely an upgrade from the lackluster Halloween Kills however this entry does seem to elevate the 2nd outing’s existence.
Halloween Ends is a very satisfactory ending to a well-produced horror trilogy, maybe one of the best of its genre to be honest. This film can also stand on its own without having to rewatch the trilogy. My only gripe is the first and second acts seem slow and feel rushed at the same time, but once it gets going it is unstoppable much like Michael Myers himself. This film is very gory and not recommended for young children much like we’re present in the theater during my viewing.
All in all, I believe it is one of the better Halloween films and will be enjoyed by majority of the franchise’s fans.