Will The Fans Of The Michael Myers Franchise Embrace The New Halloween's End Film?
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A good ole time watching horror movies while many speak the phrase give me something good to eat to fulfill the craving for sweets.

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"Oh how the candles will be lit, and the wood of worms burn in a fiery dust. For on all Hallows Eve will the spirits come to play, and only the fruit of thy womb will satisfy their endless roaming." - Solange Nicole

A time of delightful creepiness, but couple togetherness as they enjoy horror films. There may be bad publicity for the holiday halloween, but most consider the holiday a time to enjoy sweets, and to have better relationships. In the year of 1896, the first horror film was released in Paris; it was called Le Manoir du diable or The Haunted Castle. According to the research data reported by Fred Backus of CBS News Media Network, Americans below the age of 35 at a rate of 71% like to watch horror films, but only 23% of seniors partake in that type of entertainment. The horror film industry profits $1 billion annually, says Mark Beech of Forbes Media Network. There are 43,795 fans on Facebook that are excited about the return of the Michael Myers Halloween film franchise. The film will be released in October 2022, and it will reveal the final end of the horror of Mr. Myers. Will Michael scare his fans this halloween?

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