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‘Halloween Ends’ Review – One of Us

2 Minute Read
Oct 15 2022

Does David Gordon Green’s Halloween trilogy go out on the right note? the Find out in the One of Us crew’s Halloween Ends review.

The story picks up four years after the last film. Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis) and her granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak) have settled into a relatively normal life in town in a new non-survivalist-compound house while Laurie writes her memoirs. While Michael is whereabouts unknown, Laurie and Allyson have decided to move on with their lives. Meanwhile, a new character named Corey (Rohan Campbell) we see has become a town pariah after an unfortunate accident left a child dead that he was babysitting and everyone believes it was no accident. As Corey, Laurie, and Allyson’s paths cross, there’s a sympathy and an understanding between them. Unfortunately, Corey’s path also crosses with someone else and there’s an understanding there too.

Halloween Ends Review

We really weren’t expecting when we went in to see the final chapter of David Gordon Green’s Halloween trilogy that it would end up spawning such a lengthy review. But that’s how Highly Suspect Reviews go sometimes. There was a surprising amount to discuss about this film including whether it’s the best or worst of the trilogy and trying to dodge around spoilers for the first half of the review.

Of course, after an announcement, we go full hog spoiler, because, as you’ll see, you kinda have to. Chris, Wright, Alan, and Marco take a stab at Halloween Ends and find that it’s different enough that it requires a rethink of the entire trilogy.

Podcast Link – Apple Podcasts


  • Christopher Cox
  • Alan Galinsky
  • Marco Noyola
  • Wright Sulek

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Christopher Cox
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