After treating eager fans to a bed linen filled with new pictures for David Gordon Green's Halloween, Universal footage has unleashed a teaser trailer sooner than Friday's full-length trailer debut.
The footage, amid the franchise's picture theme, shows a close-up of the half-crazed killer's cold mask. Because the music intensifies, the acquainted voice of Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) asks if you suspect within the bogeyman. The tease closes with a blood-curdling scream, leading us to assume that Michael Myers has held to his latest victim.
Directed and co-written by inexperienced aboard Danny McBride and Jeff Fradley, Halloween hopes to deliver thrills and chills to old-fashioned horror fans as Laurie Strode prepares for a final face-off with the covert killer Michael Myers. The film is about forty years after the events of the first, with Laurie determined to shield those who're being afraid by the ostensibly unkillable psychoneurotic. Instead of explore Myers' motivations and origin, inexperienced has aforementioned that the new feature can refrain from delving into what makes Michael tick.
Halloween arrives Oct nineteenth. Make sure to ascertain back on Friday once the full-length trailer goes live.