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John Carpenter Says ‘Halloween Kills’ Could Make its Debut on Streaming Platforms

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John Carpenter Says 'Halloween Kills' Could Make its Debut on Streaming Platforms

If Halloween Kills doesn’t make it to theaters this year because of the covid pandemic, horror fans might have no choice but to use a streaming platform to watch the film at home. While speaking with NME this week, the film’s executive producer John Carpenter talked about the possibility of Kills being streamed.

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When asked if he could see Halloween Kills ending up being released on streaming platforms this October, Carpenter told the site:

Sure. Halloween may be shared that way because theatres are dead. It’s just the reality right now. And it’s a tragedy, but it’s true. We just have to face it. The studio did contact David and I, and they had us put off the new one by a year in the hope that things got better. So we’re still hoping it will get better.

How do you feel about watching Halloween Kills on a streaming platform instead of a theater? Sound off down in our comments section below this article.

The film stars Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode, Nancy Stephens as Nurse Marion Chambers, Charles Cyphers as Leigh Brackett, Anthony Michael Hall as the adult Tommy Doyle, Kyle Richards as the adult Lindsey Wallace, Robert Longstreet as the adult Lonnie Elam.

Halloween Kills will bring the blood, guts and gore to theaters on October 15th, 2021.

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