The latest instalment of the long-running Halloween franchise is set for release this week, marking the final face-off between Jamie Lee Curtis’ Laurie Strode and the masked killer Michael Myers. Some are of the belief that Halloween Ends will put an end to the franchise, but others (including the director) have suggested otherwise.
Regardless, horror fans are eagerly awaiting the film’s arrival on streaming sites. So, is Halloween Ends on Netflix? Sadly, the Halloween movies are not on the streamer. There was a time when all of the Rob Zombie movies were available, but even those have disappeared. Don’t tell me Netflix is going family-friendly all of a sudden.
No, thankfully, there are a good number of slasher flicks to set your pulse racing, including the Fear Street trilogy, Hush, Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Babysitter. That being said, there’s a severe lack of classic horror movies. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on Netflix at the moment is the 2022 remake, not the original Tobe Hooper version.
As it stands, if you want to watch Halloween Ends, your best bet is heading down to (duh duh duh) THE CINEMA. The film opens in theatres on Friday, October 14th. It will then be made available on the NBCUniversal streaming service over the weekend.
If you’re looking to catch up on previous Halloween films, you’re on your own. The 2018 Halloween film is also unavailable on streaming sites but is available to rent and purchase from digital retailers. You can watch Halloween Kills on HBO Max.