Halloween movie returns to terrify 40 years later

40 years later, Laurie Stroud turns the tables on Michael Myers -- and the hunted becomes the hunter.

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40 years later, Laurie Stroud turns the tables on Michael Myers -- and the hunted becomes the hunter.

Lizbeth Alvarez and Christina Cortez

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The movie Halloween 2018 written by John Carpenter and Debra Hill and directed by David Gordon Green was released on October 19, 2018. Classified as rated R.  

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40 years later, Laurie Stroud turns the tables on Michael Myers — and the hunted becomes the hunter.

Halloween has been the biggest horror movie opening with female lead. The new Halloween movie made box office history the weekend that it was released. Making a gross of roughly over 76million between that Friday and that Sunday. Laurie Strode was imprisoned in her own home still scared of serial killer Michael Myers after 40 years of being ferociously being attacked by him. Michael manages to escape the institution he was in. Michael returns to Haddonfield, Illinois and continues to kill people and this time Laurie is out to haunt him down. What people enjoy about this movie is the good old-fashioned suspense of mystery. Many of the cast that came up in the first sequel back in October 25, 1978 came out to be in this new Halloween movie. The new movie is a sequel to the very first Halloween movie that came out 40 years ago.  In a random survey of 120 Morton East students, 80% of the students have watched the new Halloween 2018 horror movie. 

“(It’s) the best movie I”ve seen this year. (I’ve) seen it twice, and I don’t mind seeing It again,” senior Destiny Alonso said. 

Although most reviews are great not everyone is easily scared off. 

“Movie was not good at all. Movie was not what I expected. More funny than scary,” senior Cassandra Aguilar said.   

The chance of younger people getting scared is higher than an adult.   

“After seeing this, I’m scared to go trick or treating,” my freshman cousin David Alvarez said.

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