Fifteen years after his sister’s murder on Halloween in 1963, Michael Myers escaped from a psychiatric hospital and returned to the small town of Haddenfield, Illinois, to kill again.
John Carpenter Writers:
John Carpenter (screenplay), Debra Hill (screenplay) starring:
Donald Molens, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tony Moran It’s 1963, Night: Halloween. Police were called to 43 Lampkin Ln. only to find out that 15-year-old Judith Myers was stabbed to death by her 6-year-old brother Michael. After being institutionalized for 15 years, Myers split the night before Halloween. No one knows or wants to know what will happen on October 31, 1978, except psychiatrist Myers Dr. Loomis. He knows that Michael is returning to Haddenfield, but by the time the city realizes this, it will be too late for many people.
Lori Strode confronts her old enemy Michael Myers, a masked figure who has been haunting her since she escaped his murder on Halloween night four decades ago.
David Gordon Green writers:
John Carpenter (based on the characters he created), Debra Hill (based on the characters he created) | Jamie Lee Curtis returns to her iconic role of Lori Stroud, who enters her final argument with Michael Myers (Nick Castle and James Jude Courtney), a masked figure who has haunted her since she escaped his murder on Halloween night four days ago. decades.