If there’s one thing we should know about Michael Myers after 40 years and 11 Halloween movies it’s that this boogeyman never really dies. You can shoot him in the head, electrify him, or burn him to a crisp. None of it matters. There’s always another sequel, another chance to slash and stab his way through the suburbs come October 31, and another teenage girl to terrorize.
But is it possible that the new Halloween 2018 movie, which picks up where the original John Carpenter-directed film left off, actually kills Michael Myers once and for all? Here’s what you need to know about Halloween’s ending, and what it means for the horror movie franchise.