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Michael Myers is back, and he has his eyes still set on the town of Haddonfield once again. Unfortunately for him, they have their eyes set on him, too. 

The final trailer for Halloween Kills—the follow-up to 2018’s Halloween revamp—was unleashed on Monday, showing Myers as he once again wreaks havoc on the town. The town’s “survivors of Michael Myers,” which include many returning faces from the original John Carpenter film, come together in the latest installment’s final trailer, as Haddonfield joins forces and chants “Evil dies tonight.”

The new footage shows Myers as he sneaks up on residents in cars and in homes, looking just as gruesome and savvy as ever. Jamie Lee Curtis’ Laurie Strode is once again at the center of the action, alongside her daughter Karen (Judy Greer), and her granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak). Outside of the family, Kyle Richards makes a return as Lindsey Wallace and Charles Cyphers fights back as Sheriff Leigh Brackett. And, of course, Nick Castle will take on the role of Myers once again. 

The movie, which arrives in theaters and on Peacock on Oct. 15, is directed by David Gordon Green and was written by Scott Teems, Danny McBride, and Green. It will be the twelfth Halloween film overall, after the original kicked off the franchise way back in 1978. The third installment of this new trilogy, Halloween Ends, is set to drop in October of 2022. 

Watch the trailer for Halloween Kills up top.