Halloween meets Ozzy Osbourne’s Crazy Train cover

Halloween (1978) ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

The rebooted / new sequel trilogy by Blumhouse and featuring Jamie Lee Curtis started last year with Halloween (2019) and continues this year with Halloween Kills (October 16, 2020) and next year with Halloween Ends (October 15, 2021).

Hated what was done to “Crazy Train” in the movie Trolls World Tour, but totally digging most of this cover (singing, not so much, sorry Chelsea Wolfe fans):

Joining forces as part of Two Minutes to Late Night‘s ‘Bedroom Covers’ series, the track sees the group performing from quarantine as they transform the huge anthem into a haunting slice of goth-metal in keeping with Wolfe’s own output.

Chelsea Wolfe, Dillinger Escape Plan and more cover Ozzy Osbourne’s Crazy Train in isolation

What do you think?

Bonus: check out Tommy Lee Wallace showing how he took a William Shatner mask and turned it into The Shape from Halloween back in the 70s.

It’s a transformation from normal to scary … in a hurry. Especially when that white paint gets sprayed on and the mask is held up in the light.

Who says you need $100 million budget for effects? This was done on the extreme cheap and is frightening.

Halloween Kills has “satisfying” ending and “pretty good” Says Blum

Jason Blum is talking up Halloween Kills, the second in the planned trilogy of new Halloween movies. The danger of any second act in a trilogy is having the ending feel like it’s incomplete or a cliffhanger that makes moviegoers feel like the movie is incomplete.

Blum is convinced that’s not the case, saying he saw it and it has a satisfying ending. He then adds a mini review of the overall movie (emphasis mine):

“After we saw the first movie we started talking about making it a trilogy,” Blum said. “We started talking to David about ‘What if we continue this?’ And it was his idea of like, ‘I know what I would do. I would do two and three. I know what the stories are.’ And we started talking about it even before the movie came out. And then we were lucky enough to get to do it. So we finished the second one and we’re about to start the third one. I just saw the second one. It’s pretty good.”

Halloween Kills Won’t Have Lord of the Rings Problem Says Blum

Kind of chuckled at his mini self-review. Were we expecting him to say, “It kills!” or “It’s freaking phenomenal!”? Um, yeah. “It’s pretty good” is like it’s a B-. It’s better than average.

Halloween Kills coming in October 2020, Halloween Ends in October 2021

Are you looking forward to part 2 and 3 of the new Halloween trilogy?