“Halloween Ends” won our poll, garnering 19.93% of the vote. Even though “Halloween Kills” received mixed reviews upon its release from critics and audiences alike (it sits at 5.6 on IMDb), it seems that hasn’t dampened the excitement of fans who want to know how Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) gets revenge on Michael Myers (James Jude Courtney and Nick Castle) after “The Shape” kills the girl of Laurie, Karen Nelson (Judy Greer).
In second place is Sony’s much-delayed entry “Morbius,” which will star Jared Leto as the titular Marvel Comics antihero. The so-called “living vampire” claimed 18.24% of our votes, although moviegoers will have to wait until April to see it instead of January (per Deadline). From there, Vampires continued to dominate the charts, with third place being taken by the remake of “Salem’s Lot,” which will star Alfre Woodard and Spencer Treat Clark (per IMDb). 16.89% of the votes were sucked out by these strange vampires.
In fourth place is the latest reimagining of the “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” series. The Fede Alvarez-co-designed direct sequel to the 1974 film will arrive on Netflix on February 18 (via Weekly entertainment). He sawed off 14.53% of our survey.
The next step is “No”, with 12.67%. Following this, “The Black Phone,” an upcoming release directed by Scott Derrickson and featuring Ethan Hawke and a child who continues to receive phone calls from former victims of a serial child killer, made fear at 11.15%. And at the bottom of those lists is the prequel to the 2009 ‘Orphan’ movie, ‘Orphan: First Kill’, starring Isabelle Fuhrman as an Estonian serial killer with hypopituitarism who tries to kill herself. path in his ideal family, with 6.59%.