‘Halloween Kills’: Here’s How You Can Watch the Grisly Slasher Film at Home

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Your favorite coverall-wearing, masked murderer sets out on another gruesome stabbing spree in “Halloween Kills.” The latest installment to the slasher film franchise arrived in theaters and on Peacock on Friday. Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, Will Patton, Thomas Mann, and Anthony Michael Hall star in the horror movie directed by David Gordon Green.

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There’s nothing like a slasher flick to get you in the spirit of Halloween, and if you’re a fan of the previous “Halloween” movies, then you might just enjoy Laurie Strode’s (Curtis) fresh attempt at killing her lifelong tormentor. The story picks up minutes after Laurie, her daughter Karen (Greer), and granddaughter Allyson (Matichak) left Michael Myers to burn in Laurie’s basement after the events of the 2018 “Hallooween.” He manages to survive and, predictably enough, resumes the bloody massacre. Meanwhile, the Strode women and other survivors of Michael Myers’ grisly crimes form a vigilante mob to take him down.

Want to stream “Halloween Kills” from your couch? The first thing you’ll need is a subscription to Peacock’s ad-free Premium Plus plan, which is $9.99 a month (or $99.99 a year), after a free seven-day trial. That means you can watch “Halloween Kills” for free, along with anything else in Peacock’s huge library of movies, TV shows, sports, pop culture, news, kid-friendly programming, and Peacock Originals.


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Existing Peacock customers have the option to upgrade from ad-supported plans at any time (Peacock offers a free plan, and Premium Plan for $4.99 monthly). And if you’re a Cox Internet customer, Peacock Premium could already be included in your cable plan at no additional costs (depending on the plan). Xfinity customers are also eligible for a free subscription on select plans. Be sure to check with your cable provider for additional details.

The Premium Plus and Premium plan include over 50 live channels, early or next-day access to NBC content, and premium live sports events including Premier League, and WWE. But with Premium Plus you’ll get ad-free streaming, and the ability to download certain titles and watch offline

Peacock is available on Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, LG TV, Roku, Samsung, Vizio, Cox, and Xfinity. Besides the TV, you can also watch Peacock on any other compatible device (smart phone, laptop, tablet).

Whether you’re a movie buff, TV lover, or somewhere in between, Peacock has you covered with countless hours of content. The mega-roster of Peacock Originals includes “A.P. Bio,” “Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol,” “Dr. Death,” “Saved by the Bell,” “Girls 5eva,” “We Are Lady Parts,” “Rutherford Falls,” and upcoming series “One of Us is Lying,” and “MacGruber,” as well as the reality show “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip.”

You’ll also find classic TV shows such as “The Office” and “Modern Family,” and original talk shows including Kevin Hart’s “Hart to Hart” and “The Amber Ruffin Show.”

For movie bingers, Peacock houses thousands of titles in several different genres — from dramas to thrillers, comedies, sci-fi films, documentaries, and of course, horror classics such as “Friday the 13th,” “Bride of Chucky,” “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” and “Gremlins.”

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