“Halloween ends” this season in theaters


FAIRFIELD – Arriving in local theaters in time for Halloween is the latest installment in the franchise of the same name.

“Halloween Ends” picks up four years after the last battle with Michael Myers and Laurie Strode. Strode has found a place of peace but it is soon shattered by a terrible and familiar murder.

“Emily,” an imaginative retelling of author Emily Brontë’s story as a misfit who finds her place through her writing, also hit theaters.

The nationwide openings are:

“Halloween Ends” in which everything ends in this “final” film of the saga of Michael Myers. Four years after she last met Myers, Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) is living with her granddaughter and trying to finish her memoir. Strode thinks it’s over but when a young man standsused to murder a boy he was babysitting, it unleashes a cascade of violence and terror that forces Strode to confront the evil she cannot control. The film is rated R.

“Emilia,” which imagines the life of one of the most famous authors in the world, Emily Brontë. Emily (Emma Mackey) does not fit society’s standards. She falls in love, finds her passion and through it all is her writing. The film is rated R.

The limited release openings are:

“The Injured Man” in which The Accident Man (Scott Adkins) must beat the world’s best assassins to protect the ungrateful son of a mob boss, save the life of his only friend, and rekindle his relationship with his maniacal father figure. The film is rated R.

“Cat Dads”, a touching and tender portrait of men whose lives have been forever changed by their cats. In the United States, nine “cat daddies” come from all walks of life to show how cats have changed their lives. The film is unrated.

“Life and Life” in which musician Reggie Austin (Danielle Fraboni LaRauf), after serving 35 years in prison for murder, faces an uncertain future on the streets as he tries to rebuild a life, reconnect with his family and, armed with nothing but his heart and his music, finding a way to survive. The film is unrated.

“Sell/Buy/Date”, which tackles the complex subject of the sex industry and expands from the 2016 off-Broadway solo production of the same name. The film is unrated.

“Silent River” in which Elliot (West Lang) is desperate to reconcile with his ex-wife, Julie. He crosses a barren desert road to join her, hoping he can convince her to give him a second chance. He discovers that she has continued her life. Desperate, he runs and finds a strange woman with a troubled past who draws him into a relationship that makes him question reality. The film is unrated.

For more information on Edwards Cinemas in Fairfield, visit www.regmovies.com/theatres/regal-edwards-fairfield-imax. For Vacaville timetables, go to www.brendentheatres.com. For Vallejo timetables, see www.cinemark.com/theatres/ca-vallejo. More information on upcoming films can be found at www.movieinsider.com.


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