Laurie faces off for the last time against the embodiment of evil, Michael Myers, and at the same time tries to keep her niece from getting involved with a man that reminds her of her old nemesis.
What a way to end a franchise (although not the final end as know) and everything in the film was worth the wait and absolutely satisfying for true fans of the series. From the opening scene to the final shot, this trilogy driven by Blumhouse sent tingles down my spine and gave me a closure for this portion of the Laurie/Michael storyline while giving us a wink and a nod that it is not over for evil in this town.
The entire cast does a great job and the handing down the preverbal gauntlet from the older veterans to the younger generation was done gracefully and respectfully. Although we do not know what turn the franchise will take in the future, Blumhouse gave us the ending we have wanted from the beginning.
If you are a Halloween movie fan, this is a MUST SEE, and I can’t recommend it enough.