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New Halloween movie is SO scary fans claim they’re wetting themselves in the cinema and can’t sleep after seeing it


VIEWERS of the new Halloween movie have claimed it’s so scary they’re wetting themselves and are too terrified to sleep.

Cinema-goers claim the reboot of the 1978 classic – which went down a storm at the US Box Office during its opening weekend – has left them traumatised and even “anxious”.

 Halloween viewers are claiming to have wet themselves in fear

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Halloween viewers are claiming to have wet themselves in fear

Giving their verdict on Twitter, one viewer wrote: “Halloween was sooooooo good, bitch i almost p****d myself.”

And it seems people almost wetting themselves during the movie isn’t uncommon, as others wrote: “We just saw the new halloween and i nearly p****d myself like four times that s**t was spooky.”

And: “I deadass watched Halloween and p****d myself.”

Many fans admitted they could no longer sleep – or could only go to bed if the lights had been left on.

 The movie definitely has the scare factor
The movie definitely has the scare factor

One wrote: “I can’t go to sleep because I’m thinking about that Halloween movie.”

“THE NEW HALLOWEEN MOVIE: 10/10 can’t sleep without a nightlight now,” another agreed.

Even parents are struggling to separate the spooky movie from reality, as one fan admitted their mum had become terrified of the dark.

They quipped: “My mom can’t sleep and is in the living room with all the lights on. The Halloween movie really did a number on her this morning. She’s so cute!”

 Michael Myers returns in the reboot of the 1978 classic

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Michael Myers returns in the reboot of the 1978 classic

The reaction comes after Halloween made a killing at the US box office during its opening weekend.

The horror, which is a reboot of the 1978 classic, raked in more than £59 million.

The impressive sum makes it the highest grossing horror film with a female lead – and the biggest for any film with a female lead over 55.

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Jamie Lee Curtis reprises her role as Laurie Strodie in the movie.

 Jamie Lee Curtis returns as Laurie Strodie

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Jamie Lee Curtis returns as Laurie Strodie
 The movie broke US Box Office records during its opening weekend

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The movie broke US Box Office records during its opening weekend

Set 40 years after the original film, Laurie is now a grandmother who has been waiting for an opportunity to confront Michael Myers once more.

And their final confrontation arises when the masked killer returns to Haddonfield, Illinios, after his killing spree on Halloween night in 1978.

The movie now boasts the second-highest debut for an October release – sitting just behind Venom.


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