Pop Culture Review: ‘Luke Cage’ Cancelled, ‘The Flash’ Movie Delayed Again, and More

Welcome back to The Collider Pop Culture Review, in which Collider’s weekend editor Vinnie Mancuso wakes up only slightly hungover on a Saturday to rate the week’s biggest stories in film and television on a scale from 1 to 10. (1 is soul-crushingly bad, 10 is mind-blowingly incredible.) This week: Netflix’s MCU is imploding after Luke Cage gets cancelled, The Flash movie starring Ezra Miller is probably never going to happen, Spider-Man: Far From Home filming is donezo, and much more. …

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‘Halloween’ Spoiler Review Video: Is Michael Myers Scarier Than Ever?

Michael Myers is back! Forty years after the seminal horror slasher Halloween stalked into theaters, the masked murderer is back to terrorize new audiences with David Gordon Green’s Blumhouse update. Disposing of decades worth of sequels, the new Halloween functions as a direct sequel to the 1978 original, picking up with Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) forty years after the night of The Shape’s babysitter murders. With Halloween now in theaters, we here at Collider have cooked up one hell of a spoilery deep dive video review. Haleigh Foutch, Perri Nemiroff and Mark Reilly sat down for a …

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Jamie Lee Curtis on ‘Halloween’, Exploring Generational Trauma & Laurie Strode in 2018

From Blumhouse Productions, executive producer/creative consultant John Carpenter and director David Gordon Green (who also wrote the film with Danny McBride), Halloween is a terrifying look at the after-effects of the trauma that Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) experienced when Michael Myers put on the mask and went on a killing spree in Haddonfield, Illinois on Halloween night, four decades ago. But now, there’s also Karen (Judy Greer), the daughter who was taken away from her and who struggles with her mother’s non-stop paranoia, and the teenaged Allyson (Andi Matichak), who’s stuck in the …

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