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With great anticipation for the film, Halloween Ends director David Gordon Green shared three striking films that influenced his work on Blumhouse's upcoming slasher sequel. Coming to theaters on October 14, Halloween Ends is the latest entry in Blumhouse's trilogy of films in the classic slasher franchise, which initially introduced its masked silent killer Michael Myers in 1978. 

Although it's the first in the trilogy, 2018's Halloween was technically the eleventh installment in the overall franchise, having ignored previous sequels and remakes to focus solely on being a sequel to the original Halloween, picking up the storyline 40 years later and following the original Final Girl Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis ) as her daughter Karen (Judy Greer) and her niece Allyson (Andi Matichak) are threatened by a recently escaped Myers (James Jude Courtney and Myers original actor Nick Castle).

Halloween Ends will pick up after a five-year time jump after the events of the previous film, 2021's Halloween Kills. The story will see Laurie now living with Allyson and working on her memoir. When local teenager Corey Cunningham (Rohan Campbell) is accused of killing a child he was babysitting, it sends Laurie on a spiral that will no doubt end with Michael's triumphant return and a spectacular final showdown. The findings will drag more survivors of the original attacks, including Lindsey Wallace (Kyle Richards), as well as more recent ones, Will Patton's deputy Frank Hawkins.

As reported by CBR, the most recent issue of Empire Magazine includes an interview with Green as part of their Halloween Ends cover story. During their conversation about the film, he revealed three startling older films that he made sure to revisit before making his latest entry into Michael Myers. All three were from a single four-year period, namely My Bodyguard (1980), Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker (1981) and Christine (1983).

My Bodyguard is perhaps the most surprising entry on this list, as it is a family drama rather than a horror film, in which a young man asks a tough-looking guy to act as a bodyguard to protect him from bullies. Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker makes more sense, given that the film is at least in the slasher genre, even if it's a bizarre piece following the exploits of Cheryl (Susan Tyrrell) as she begins to feel a murderous rage over her Oedipus relationship with. 

the orphaned grandson. The final film, Christine, is perhaps the most obvious solution. Adapted from Stephen King's novel of the same name about a killing car, it is the sixth film directed by John Carpenter after directing the original 1978 Halloween and shares much of its atmosphere.

This list of surprising Halloween Ends influences provides an incredibly intriguing insight into the next horror slasher sequel. While the tone seems unlikely to be particularly comical, like My Bodyguard, something can be extrapolated from these voices, including a potential exploration of Laurie's violent side, much like Susan Tyrrell's character, perhaps following her as she teams up with someone. which presents itself as a more credible threat, just like My Bodyguard. Only time will tell how these films will affect when Halloween Ends hits theaters and Peacock on October 14th.

Source: Empire Magazine (via CBR)

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