Does Halloween Ends have an after-credits scene?
The spooky season is in full swing and horror fans have already been treated to plenty of Halloween treats.
In cinemas, the most anticipated genre event of the month must surely be Halloween Ends.
In 2018, director David Gordon Green Sr. offered a sequel to John Carpenter’s 1978 Halloween, and audiences were incredibly excited about the future of the franchise.
As it turns out, the film would mark the beginning of Blumhouse’s trilogy, which continued with Halloween Kills and now ended with a suspenseful final sequence.
It was released in theaters and on the Peacock on Friday, October 14, 2022, but whether you’re sitting in your theater seats or sitting on your couch at home, let’s consider whether Halloween Ends offers a post-credits scene worth sticking around for.
Does Halloween Ends have a post-credits scene?
No, Halloween Ends does not offer fans a post-credits scene.
This means you can walk out of the cinema or click on a movie on Peacock as soon as the names start popping up on the screen without worrying about missing out.
While some may be disappointed, it’s perhaps not too surprising given that the film’s marketing and trailers have teased the film as the final chapter in a trilogy.
But that doesn’t mean Halloween Ends serves as the final nail in the franchise’s coffin…
“It’s Our Last Halloween Movie”
To clear up any confusion, the film was billed as the final Blumhouse Halloween installment, not the final film.
Jason Blum clarified this recently during an interview with ScreenRant:
“I didn’t say it was going to be the last Halloween movie. It’s our last Halloween movie. We have no rights to another Halloween, so it goes back to Malek [Akkad]. And only he knows what he’s doing, but we’re done.”
He added: “And this is our last one and I think people will be very happy.”
No fourteenth franchise has been announced yet, but that’s probably inevitable given that the series has survived since 1978 and continues to attract the attention of mainstream audiences.
The film’s producer Malek spoke about the future with Bloody Disgusting in October 2021, admitting that “they haven’t thought about the David Gordon Green trilogy”.
Have you seen them all?
You may be surprised to learn that Halloween Ends is the thirteenth. If you’re determined to see all the movies, check out the full list of Halloween movies below:
- eve of all saints
- Halloween 2
- Halloween 3
- Halloween 4
- Halloween 5
- Halloween 6
- Halloween: H20
- Halloween: Resurrection
- Halloween (remake)
- Halloween 2
- Halloween (2018)
- Halloween kills
- Halloween is over
Halloween Ends is in theaters and airing on Peacock.
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