Our journey has finally ended. AJ, Dylan, and Luke have watched the new Halloween 2018 movie after viewing and podcasting every Halloween movie in the franchise. In this final Halloween podcast, we discuss our thoughts and views on the newest Michael Myers movie. This has been one fun but crazy ride but its been a great experience that we are happy we could share with you. So, here is our last Halloween podcast, Halloween 2018. Have you seen the movie yet? We'd love to hear what you thought too. Thank you for watching our Halloween 2018 review and podcast. If you're new to our Series the Series podcast, feel free to check out our other Halloween movie podcasts we've done, now 11 in total. Thanks for joining us once again and we will see you in the next series we decide to tackle. Have any suggestions for us? We'd love to hear them. Also, we are doing a special giveaway for this movie. The prizes consist of two things. The first is a 4K copy of 1978 Halloween and the second prize is 2 movie tickets to your local theater, whether you want to go see the new Halloween or something completely different. To win these giveaways, we will be looking for three things. All you have to do is subscribe to our channel so you can stay up to date with our podcasts in the future, then like this video, and lastly comment in the comment section below your favorite Halloween film in the series! That's it! If you want to share this podcasts with your friends on social media or other ways, it is very much appreciated but doesn't count to winning the rewards, just helps us in the long run. :) Although we are happy to see Michael Myers back in theaters along with Jamie Lee Curtis reprising her role as Laurie Strode, we are also glad to have been able to watch all the Halloween films in the franchise. It all started with John Carpenter's original 1978 movie, Halloween. Later the standalone film, Halloween III, then the Thorn Trilogy, to the H20/Resurrection movies, and finally the Rob Zombie remakes. Whichever is your favorite, we are glad to be able to say we've seen them all and able to share our thoughts and opinions on all of them -- as well as dive into the lore and history that the Halloween films bring to their fans. So here's to the return of our favorite slasher killer and here's to all of us that love the series for what it is. Happy Halloween!