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Laurie Strode is still dealing with Michael Myers in a new installment of the classic horror franchise.
Dr. Gerald A. Laughlin moves into a house in New Castle he believes to be haunted, and sells tickets; but bad things happen.
As Spawn creator Todd McFarlane explained in 2013, "The story has been in my head for seven or eight years. The movie idea is neither a recap or continuation. It is a standalone story that will be R-rated. Creepy and scary."
Three siblings move into a new house, and accidentally discover that the monstrous things they’ve been told don’t exist, do exist – and they are as afraid of us as we are of them.
Set in Chicago's South Side in the early 1990s, this story follows a year in the life of high school student Brian Oswald. His friend Gretchen, a heavyset, fight-provoking, punk-music fan, travels with him through the adolescent world of shopping malls, music stores, and suburban streets. And Brian is madly in love with her. Unfortunately, Gretchen loves Tony, a 20-something white-power hooligan who hangs out in arcades to pick up impressionable high school girls.