The events of “Halloween Ends” take place four years after “Kills,” and a lot has changed since Michael went missing following his murderous rampage. At the end of “Kills”, Laurie realizes that fear powers Michael Myers, as his evil is something that grows with the fear he evokes in people. Having lost her daughter, Karen (Judy Greer), Laurie decides to let go of her fears and paranoia to try to have a more free life. So is Allyson, she is facing a huge loss in her own way and is doing her best to stay healthy.
Love blooms when Laurie introduces Allyson to Corey Cunningham (Rohan Campbell), a man portrayed as a monster by the people of Haddonfield. While Allyson is attracted to Corey due to his trauma, which she can associate with, she is also attracted to his emerging “bad boy” personality and the darkness that comes with it. . Corey and Allyson’s relationship isn’t healthy and that’s not meant to be, as it’s an example of two people’s traumatic bondage and their quest to heal. Sure, there’s a sweet feeling to their relationship, but after Corey meets Michael, the devil finds a new host and transforms into something uglier.
“Halloween Ends” is a deeply divisive film, as it focuses entirely on a new character, with Michael playing the second monster role. However, Green wanted “The End” to be an exploration of the trauma inflicted on survivors and how difficult it is to navigate everyday life while shouldering that burden. Even when love finds a way, it is mutilated by the darkness lurking in the sewers, waiting to strike when people least expect it.
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