Opening in theaters on October 14th is ‘Halloween Ends,’ which is the thirteenth film in the ‘Halloween’ franchise and the final movie in the “H40” trilogy that began with 2018’s ‘Halloween’ and continued with 2021’s ‘Halloween Kills.’

Once again directed by David Gordon Green (‘Pineapple Express’) and co-written by Danny McBride (‘Tropic Thunder’), ‘Halloween Ends’ stars Jamie Lee Curtis reprising her iconic role as Laurie Strode.

Set four years after the events of ‘Halloween Kills’ and Michael Myers last rampage, the new movie finds Laurie living a quiet life with her granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak). But when Corey Cunningham (Rohan Campbell) is accused of killing a boy he was babysitting, it will force Laurie to finally confront the evil she can't control, once and for all.

In addition to Curtis, Matichak, and Campbell, the cast also includes Will Patton, Kyle Richards, and James Jude Courtney and Nick Castle, who together portray Michael Myers.

Moviefone recently had the pleasure of speaking to Andi Matichak and Rohan Campbell about their work on 'Halloween Ends,' their characters, the plot, and working with director David Gordon Green.

Rohan Campbell and Andi Matichak star in 'Halloween Ends.'

(L to R) Rohan Campbell and Andi Matichak star in 'Halloween Ends,' co-written, produced and directed by David Gordon Green.

You can read the full interview below of click on the video player above to watch our interviews with Matichak, Campbell, and Kyle Richards.

Moviefone: To begin with, Andi, Allyson went through a lot in ‘Halloween Kills.’ What is she doing when we catch up with her at the beginning of ‘Halloween Ends?’

Andi Matichak: What is really wonderful is that there is that four-year time jump. So, we had a lot of attention to detail and a lot of care went into figuring out what happened and where she goes on that journey in that four-year period that as an audience you do not see. When you meet Allyson in this new version, she's seemingly quite okay.

She is trying to live a pretty normal life and holds a job and just has this kind of stoic facade. The thing about trauma and the thing about pain and tragedy is it kind of lives within you. Even if you've done the work, done the healing and moved on in the best way you can, it still is right under the surface. As new characters emerge and new relationships blossom, it's kind of tested and you start to get a peek underneath, which is really a fun exploration of character.

MF: Rohan, what does it mean to you to be a part of this movie and join the ‘Halloween’ franchise?

Rohan Campbell: It’s crazy. It's just incredible. I mean, obviously I’m a massive fan of John Carpenter’s ‘Halloween.’ It was one of the first horror movies I ever watched. It's a crazy thing because the opportunity comes and you're so excited. I was so amped.

Then you show up on set and you're actually making a ‘Halloween’ movie and you freak out. You're like, “What am I doing here? This is crazy!” It's just an honor. I'm so grateful and it's just been the most special experience of my life so far.

Director David Gordon Green, Andi Matichak and Kyle Richards on the set of 'Halloween Ends.'

(L to R) Director David Gordon Green, Andi Matichak and Kyle Richards on the set of 'Halloween Ends.'

MF: Andi, what was it like for you to reunite with director David Gordon Green after making the last two ‘Halloween’ movies with him?

AM: He is an incredible filmmaker. This to me is really David Gordon Green's stamp on the franchise. This is him personified in a movie and albeit a ‘Halloween’ movie. It is an incredible film. I have a deep appreciation for it, largely because I do feel like it's so close to David's heart. He's such a blast to work with.

MF: Finally, Rohan, what was your experience like working with David Gordon Green on this project?

RC: I think when I first watched the film, I had an experience where the movie’s end credits are rolling, and I said, “I don't think I've ever experienced a movie with a tone like this.” I realized it's just the purest part of David coming out in cinema. It's such a wild ride and I can't wait for people to watch it.

Allyson (Andi Matichak) and Corey (Rohan Campbell) in 'Halloween Ends.'

(L to R) Allyson (Andi Matichak) and Corey (Rohan Campbell) in 'Halloween Ends,' co-written, produced and directed by David Gordon Green.

Halloween Ends

"Only one of them will survive."
R1 hr 51 minOct 14th, 2022
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