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Robert Longstreet Says ‘Halloween Kills’ is Terrifying and the Nastiest of All of Them

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Robert Longstreet Says ‘Halloween Kills’ is Nasty and Terrifying

Robert Longstreet, the actor who plays a grown up version of Lonnie Elam in Blumhouse Productions and director David Gordon Green‘s highly-anticipated Michael Myers slasher movie Halloween Kills, had quite a bit to say about his character and the terrors of next year’s franchise sequel in a brand new interview with the website known as Bloody Flicks.

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Here’s a portion of the interview with Longstreet, in which he says Halloween Kills might just be the nastiest one of them all:

Lonnie is a complicated, troubled guy who is haunted by his past,” Longstreet told the site. “Particularly chickening out on going into Michael Myers’ house when he was a kid. I think this broke something in him that fucks with his manhood. The Elam family is very unorthodox. They love drugs and alcohol more than most. David said a funny thing to me about that. He said ‘Lonnie knows his wines.’ Ha!!! I don’t think I’m a very appropriate father but I love my son.

Finally, he added: “I don’t think I can say anything about Halloween Kills except it might be the nastiest of all of them. It has some terrifying scenes in it.

Green not only directed Halloween Kills, but he will also go on to direct Halloween Ends for Blumhouse Productions. John Carpenter is on board as executive producer for both projects and will provide new scores for each sequel.

The third film will wrap up the Laurie Strode and Michael Myers saga.

The film also stars Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode, Nancy Stephens as Nurse Marion Chambers, Charles Cyphers as Leigh Brackett, Anthony Michael Hall as Tommy Doyle, Kyle Richards as the adult Lindsey Wallace, Nick Castle and James Jude Courtney are returning to play the role of Michael Myers.

Are you excited to see Robert Longstreet play a grown up Lonnie Elam in Halloween Kills? Who else would you like to see make a surprise return in the film? Sound off down in our comments section below this article to let us know your thoughts.

Halloween Kills will stalk theaters on October 16th, 2020.

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