David Gordon Green is carving out a new path with his “Halloween” revival trilogy.
Following the backlash to sequel installment “Halloween Kills,” the co-writer/director now says that the feature was “100 percent” the movie he set out to make and that he’s “extremely proud of its kind of insanity.”
“To me, psychologically, the whole point of that movie is kind of unraveling things and not resolving things,” Green told SFX Magazine (via GamesRadar). “There’s a lot of people that when they see an ending like that, or that kind of unresolved chaos, they get frustrated as a moviegoer. For me, that’s just part of the fun, and then we get to come in and tidy it up with the last one. So any frustration that was expressed about the last one, I kind of just smile and say, ‘Hold tight, here we come.'”