Movie Review: “Halloween Kills”

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Bob GarverSpecial to Valley NewsTo me, there is no scarier villain in all of horror cinema than Michael Myers. The killer from 1978s “Halloween” is the epitome of soullessness, and his haunting visage gave me some sleepless nights at my grandparents’ isolated farmhouse when I was 11. That said, I also have a tremendous amount of respect for “Halloween” and its ability to have that effect on me. That’s why I detested the new film “Halloween Kills” so much, because I know this series is capable of being so much scarier.The film picks up where 2018s reboot of “Halloween” left off. Series protagonist Laurie Strode, played by Jamie Lee Curtis, is on her way to the hospital along with her daughter Karen, played by Judy Greer, and granddaughter Allyson, played by A
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