Warning: massive spoilers for Halloween lie ahead!
It's pretty common for horror movies to leave room for a sequel, but the whole ordeal can be very tricky. Some horror films work better as standalone films, but some are just screaming for a follow-up. Usually, filmmakers will tie up almost all of the loose ends but leave that one lingering question mark, just in case. This is pretty much the case for the new Halloween reboot, which is technically an alternative sequel for the original film in its own right. Even so, it seems director David Gordon Green
couldn't resist leaving the door ajar, just the slightest bit, in case the world wants more time with the infamous Michael Myers.
Curious how they set themselves up? Well, basically, the film goes as expected, with Michael dispatching victims left and right until he has his ultimate showdown with the one and only