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Popcorn, drinks, candy, and your booty in a seat, it’s time to get comfortable.

As we know, the new thriller Halloween just came out and people are lining up to acquire the next scare for this year’s Halloween fright.

I think most of us know how the plot to this horror film goes, but for those who do not; Halloween is about a man named Michael Myers (played by Nick Castle and James Jude Courtney) who is a mute psychotic mental patient. Myers breaks out of a sanitarium and returns to his hometown of Haddonfield to carry out his prolonged massacre on Halloween night after he murdered his teenage sister, Judith Myers, 15 years ago. 

I saw the film the second day it was out and I must say, I did not expect to like it as much as I did.

The beginning had me nervous and in wonder of everyone’s actions. Will Michael speak? Is he going to hurt them? So many questions running through your head leaving you eager to find out what will happen.

The production as a whole was very well thought out and the acting was tremendous. New plot twists you would never expect to experience. And don’t get me started about the end; The movie is over and I am still wondering what’s next?

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