Forty-four years, 13 movies and innumerable corpses later, it sounds naïve to think “Halloween Ends” will really mark the end of anything

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but like the holiday for which it’s named, it’s fun to pretend.

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he producers do seek to bring finality to this latest trilogy featuring Jamie Lee Curtis,

Indeed, movie No. 13 turns out to be not so lucky, creatively speaking, as director/co-writer David Gordon Green takes his third consecutive turn in that chair.

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Part of that has to do with an attempt to connect this slasher franchise to deeper contemplation about the nature of evil

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Curtis’ Laurie Strode has certainly paid a high price for her decades-long dance with the killer Michael Myers, a.k.a. The Shape

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It’s been four years since “Halloween” relaunched the franchise – delivering a huge opening weekend – with an extra-long gap before the sequel “Halloween Kills” due to Covid.

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Yet if the wait was shorter this time, the rewards are again small.

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e promise of putting “Halloween” in the rear-view mirror is obviously in part a marketing ploy

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