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Halloween is a popular holiday celebrated annually around the world. For many, it’s a time to dress up in costumes, attend parties, and enjoy Halloween-themed activities. But for some, Halloween is a reminder of a dark past.

Halloween Ends is a 2022 horror movie written by Paul Brad Logan, with characters created by John Carpenter and Debra Hill. The director of the film is David Gordon Green and reunites original Halloween stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Nick Castle for this latest installment in the franchise. Halloween Ends is the 13th film following the original 1978 movie with the central villain Michael Myers. Halloween Ends is meant to be the final film in the franchise and Curtis’ last time playing the role of Laurie.

The cast also includes Andi Matichak, James Jude Courtney, Rohan Campbell, Will Patton, and Jesse C. Boyd.

In 1978, John Carpenter’s Halloween introduced moviegoers to Michael Myers, a masked killer who terrorizes the town of Haddonfield, Illinois on Halloween night. The film quickly became a cult classic and spawned numerous sequels over the years.


When an intense meteor shower covers the countryside, it spreads an incurable infection among residents of a peaceful fishing town, turning them into flesh-eating zombies. Running for her life, a girl named Rene (Felicity Mason) finds refuge in an isolated farmhouse. There, she meets four others who survived the disaster. Together, they fend off the walking dead and learn the truth about those they’re fighting.

Movie Info:
Rating: R
Directed by: Michael Spierig, Peter Spierig
Written by: Michael Spierig, Peter Spierig
Theatrical Release Date: September 4 2003
Runtime: 97 Minutes

Felicity Mason … Rene
Mungo McKay … Marion
Rob Jenkins … Wayne
Lisa Cunningham … Sallyanne
Dirk Hunter … Harrison
Emma Randall … Molly
Steve Grieg … Agent
Noel Sheridan … Chip
Gaynor Wensley … Aggie
Eleanor Stillman … Ruth
Robyn Moore … Officer in Locker Room
Robert Jozinovic … Man in Office
Peter Mensforth … Cricket Batsman
Jacob Andriolo … Yougn Cricketer
Michele Steel … Screamer

Dr. Zombies Review:

Undead is a tongue in cheek zombie movie.  The acting isn’t the greatest (is it ever?) but it certainly wasn’t horrible. In fact with a couple of exceptions you can almost tell who is going to get eaten next by the level of acting.  This zombie movie was light and funny when it needed to be, with plenty of serious gore that any zombie movie enthusiast would love.  This one is certainly going in my thumbs up list of zombie movies to watch.  The special effects and gore were surprising good.