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Lisa Vanderpump has nothing on Michael Myers.
The official trailer for the next installment in the iconic Laurie Strode vs. Michael Myers horror franchise dropped Thursday night — and Kyle Richards is stealing “Halloween Kills.”
Fans get the first real glimpse of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” grand dame, 52, returning to her actress roots in the new clip. Diehard horror aficionados will recall that the former child star played wide-eyed Lindsey Wallace, the kid OG scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis babysat for in 1978’s seminal “Halloween.”
The general consensus more than 40 years later: Myers is way scarier than Richards’ arch nemesis Vanderpump, 60, let alone the rest of her constantly catfighting “RHOBH” crew.
The trailer’s gory action picks up right where the last installment in the enduring scary movie series left off: Laurie (Curtis, 62), her daughter Karen (Judy Greer, 45) and granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak, 27) are racing — sirens blaring — to the hospital with life-threatening injuries after leaving a caged Myers ablaze in their booby-trapped basement.
Yes, the silly survivor is thinking once again that she finally offed her lifetime “boogeyman.” Not so fast.
The Strode women are forced to join a group of other Myers’ survivors — a horrified band of “Real Housewives of Haddonfield” of sorts — to take vigilante justice into their own hands. Yes, they intend to come for Myers like Lisa Rinna came for Denise Richards — and take him down once and for all. Bravo!
Filmmaker David Gordon Green’s 2018 “Halloween” reboot — starring OG scream queen Curtis — raked in more than $250 million at the box office worldwide.
That film now ranks as the highest grossing entry in the four-decade franchise and set a new record for the biggest opening weekend in history for a horror film starring a woman, Deadline reported.
Fans can watch what happens when “Halloween Kills” finally gets to haunt theaters on October 15, after repeated COVID-19 delays.
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