Most Brutal Kills In The Halloween Series, Ranked

Rosalie Gross
October 24, 2018

He continues: "They couldn't afford the rights to a song for the movie, so John and Jamie freestyled a song: 'I wish I had you all alone".

With a staggering, $77.5 million debut, Universal and Blumhouse's Halloween topped the weekend with the second largest October opening weekend of all-time. "A lot of fans surely came out for the return of the real Michael Myers without any of the prior sequels" baggage and to watch Jamie Lee Curtis as a heavily armed survivor looking to kill her assailant of 40 years ago. Now we know his final fate. While it succeeded at box office upon release, the film isn't remembered as a classic.

Universal's "Halloween" is the 11th installment in the series, five of which have starred Jamie Lee Curtis as iconic avenging babysitter Laurie Strode, who is now a grandmother in the newest take.

Even with a strong female lead, Blumhouse faced a backlash to comments of founder Jason Blum, who in an interview cited a lack of female directors to explain why none of his films were directed by women.

As reported by Variety, the flick had the best horror opening ever with a female lead and the highest-grossing debut for a movie with a female lead over 55.

Rajon Rondo, Chris Paul trade punches during insane fight
Paul and Rondo have been adversaries before, going back to 2009 when Paul played for New Orleans and Rondo was with Boston. VanDeWeghe clearly indicated that Rondo did not acknowledge spitting on Paul. "We'll be fine.

Second biggest October movie opening ever. More than 80 percent of critics recommended the movie, according to The horror film headlined a massive weekend overall weekend, that saw the top twelve combine for over $160 million, making this the second largest October weekend ever.

But the kicker? It only cost $10 million to produce. A Star is Born continues to have unbelievable legs, jumping above Venom and staying in second place with only a 32.2% drop from last weekend. The film totaled $8.6 million on its second weekend in cinemas and ended up in a terrible fifth place behind Goosebumps 2.

20th Century Fox's adaptaion of the book The Hate U Give opened in wide release and took in $7.5 million across 2300 theaters (an expansion of two thousand new screens).

While Halloween H20 was initially conceived to be one big 20th-anniversary celebration, the film hasn't lasted the test of time.

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