Audioburst Search

Coming up next

The New Halloween Movie Is Great. And You Don't Have To Watch the 10 Other Movies To Enjoy It.

The No Film School Podcast
|
1 year ago

Many couples advised to suspend fertility treatments due to coronavirus

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
|
7 hrs ago

Apparently COVID-19-linked "disturbance" hits Seattle area prison

News, Traffic and Weather
|
5 hrs ago

A U.S.-Russian space crew has blasted off to the International Space Station

Orlando's Morning News
|
2 hrs ago

A third of U.S. renters didn't pay on time this month

KCBS Radio Afternoon News
|
10 hrs ago

6 Dead, 59 Infected in COVID-19 Outbreaks at East Bay Nursing Homes

WBBM Programming
|
5 hrs ago

CDC eases guidelines for essential workers who’ve been exposed to coronavirus

AP 24 Hour News
|
5 hrs ago

959 Dead With More Than 20K COVID-19 Cases Confirmed In Michigan

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
|
5 hrs ago

Growing number of Florida cities require use of face masks to slow coronavirus spread

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
|
5 hrs ago

Giuseppe Conte: EU needs to help coronavirus-hit countries

BBC World Service
|
5 hrs ago

Intelligence report warned of coronavirus crisis as early as November: Sources

Chad Benson
|
6 hrs ago

Automatic TRANSCRIPT

Michael Myers is back. David Gordon green is behind the wheel while the Halloween franchise has gone through many sequels and remakes. This one seems to be special due to its talented team behind the camera and an endorsement from John carpenter himself who owns an executive producer credit on the film to seal including seventy. Think of it, they say, skip it. Yeah. Yeah, but they haven't seen the other ones. So you know, I, I feel by his word. Jimmy Lee. Curtis also an executive producer credit in his back playing Laurie strode as she comes to her final confrontation yet. Right final come on. It's never the final with the aforementioned Myers, a masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night for decades ago. The film premiered at tiff last month to extremely positive reactions, and it's one of the most intimidated films of the year for a lot of people. I'm going to be going on Friday night. Actually. It's going to be spooky and hopefully a lot of fun. I just watched the original and now forget all the other sequels. This one is a direct sequel