Halloween Ends Movie Review : A bloody good farewell to Hollywood’s famed franchise.

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The doomed town of Haddonfield is once again gripped by bloody murders and 

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Just two years ago, Tulsi Gabbard, who was the Democratic Party's presidential candidate, 

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at the centre of it all is a goofy young babysitter Corey Cunningham (Rohan Campbell), 

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who is accused of killing a child 2 years back. 

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Now, it’s up to Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) - 

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the only survivor of the Boogeyman’s terror to bring an end to this unimaginable savagery, once and for all?

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Halloween Ends Review: Some 45 years after its first instalment, 

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comes the finale and the only most predictable part of this one is that it starts and 

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ends on two different nights of Halloween. 

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In between the two, director and co-writer David Gordon Green goes all out giving the fans of this famed franchise a riveting plot that is as unpredictable as it is relentless, 

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bloody and bone-chillingly savage. 

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This one’s definitely not for the weak-hearted. 

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And the best part is that they don’t just start spilling blood out of nowhere. 

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Green and his writers take some time to let their story 

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and characters simmer before the slicing and dicing begins and continues unabated.

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