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Halloween Fan Petitions For Halloween Ends Re-shoot

Michael Myers and Laurie Strode's saga came to an ends this October with Halloween Ends hitting cinemas and Peacock October 14th. Despite being met with mixed reviews and reactions from fans and critics alike, the film has already managed to rake in over $60 million worldwide at the box office. However, it appears that some fans really hated the conclusion to David Gordon Green's trilogy so much they are demanding Universal completely re-shot the film.

The petition which is currently doing the rounds on Change is campaigning to have the entire film re-shot as it was "NOT the film that the fans wanted". Started by DJ Jones, the petition has already cleared 11,000 signatures. As stated in the petition-

Halloween Ends was NOT a film that the Fans wanted! This was an Origins Story! The Corey Story! We deserve a movie worthy of Michael Myers & the Halloween Franchise! We love this Franchise whole heartily and this version of a Halloween Movie left us sad, mad, disappointed, and Infuriated. Please give us a movie that shows us what Halloween is really about. Our Apex Predator.... the King of Slasher Movies Michael Myers! This movie gave us a weak pathetic Michael who needed his mask to survive! This isn't OUR MICHAEL MYERS! Our Killer is Strong , relentless, & unstoppable! Please right this wrong! We beg of you !!!

This will most likely lead to nothing regarding any type of a re-shoot, but hopefully it could mean potentially getting an extended or re-cut edition released on DVD & Blu-ray. I did notice quite a few things that appeared in the advertisements for the film were in fact absent from the actual film, so it would be great to see them. As for my thoughts on the latest and final film in this trilogy, I didn't hate it but I wasn't a huge fan. You can read my full spoiler free review HERE.

Halloween Ends is available to watch now in cinemas or via Peacock.

Four years after her last encounter with masked killer Michael Myers, Laurie Strode is living with her granddaughter and trying to finish her memoir. Myers hasn't been seen since, and Laurie finally decides to liberate herself from rage and fear and embrace life. However, when a young man stands accused of murdering a boy that he was babysitting, it ignites a cascade of violence and terror that forces Laurie to confront the evil she can't control.


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