The Halloween Ends trailer features what looks to be the final battle between Laurie Strode (played by Jamie Lee Curtis) and her long-time nemesis, Michael Myers (Nick Castle and James Jude Courtney). 

It is also the 13th film in total in the Halloween franchise, which could be very unlucky indeed for any character who gets in the way of "The Shape."

The release date for the latest Halloween film is Friday, October 14—almost exactly a year after the release of Halloween Kills.

This should mean that the film should be streaming on Tuesday, November 29 (though they may save it to release on the Friday, which is December 2).

Halloween Ends is led by three characters: Michael Myers, Laurie Strode and her granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak), with whom Laurie is living with at the start of the film.

However, a number of other cast members have been confirmed. Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards, for example, is back as Lindsay Wallace, the role she first reprised in Kills after first appearing in the 1978 Halloween as one of the kids that Laurie babysat. 

Yellowstone's Will Patton will also be back as Deputy Frank Hawkins, the role he has played in all three of the most recent Halloween films.