Horror fans waited nearly a decade to see Michael Myers return to the big screen, and have finally gotten to see the knife-wielding serial killer return in an exhilarating and frightening new movie.
The nine-year wait for a new Halloween movie was the longest in the series' history, and it did not disappoint not only in quality, but also at the box office.
This performance also obliterated the previous opening record the series had, which was $26 million for Rob Zombie's polarizing 2007 remake.
and obviously jamie lee curtis was amazing - goes without saying pic.twitter.com/RjerOjZVT3— [G] | [V] ✨ (@_georgevella_) October 21, 2018
Along with Curtis' return was also John Carpenter's, who came on board as the executive producer, his first involvement in the series since 1981's Halloween 2.
Obviously, there's still time to see the new movie, which we promise is worth your money and the praise it's already receiving.