The 13th film in the long-running slasher franchise Halloween is finally releasing this week, and supposedly Halloween Ends will be the final and ultimate conclusion to the epic battle between Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) and Michael Myers. A fight that began on Halloween night in 1978 is finally coming to an end in 2022…supposedly.
I have a hard time believing that this is actually the last Halloween movie since Michael Myers can’t seem to stay dead, but either way, this is the final film in the new trilogy that started with the 2018 movie.
Is Halloween Ends on Netflix?
No, Halloween Ends is not on Netflix. None of the Halloween movies are on Netflix right now. Previously, the Rob Zombie films were available, but even those have exited the streaming service.
If you love Michael Myers, there are some other great slasher flicks on the streaming service, such as the Fear Street trilogy, Hush, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and The Babysitter.
Unfortunately, none of the influential classic horror slasher films are available; even the Texas Chainsaw Massacre on Netflix is the new 2022 version and not the original Tobe Hooper masterpiece. The 2022 film was divisive, to say the least, but I found it to be an enjoyable slasher, even if not one of the greatest.
Where to watch Halloween Ends?
Halloween Ends will be released simultaneously in theaters and on Peacock on Friday, October 14. You can find out if the movie is playing in cinemas near you or watch it at home when it debuts on the NBCUniversal streaming service this weekend.
If you’d like to catch up on the new Halloween trilogy starring Jamie Lee Curtis, you’ll have to look outside Peacock. Halloween (2018) is not streaming and is only available to rent or purchase from digital retailers, while Halloween Kills is on HBO Max.
Are you looking forward to watching Halloween Ends this weekend? Will you watch it at home or in the theaters?