'Halloween Ends' Trailer Teases Bloody Finish To Franchise Over 40 Years In The Making

"Come and get me, motherf**ker," Jamie Lee Curtis' character tells Michael Myers before their gruesome final face-off.

And by that, we refer to Laurie Strode, played by Jamie Lee Curtis, calling out to her masked serial killer brother Michael Meyers, "Come and grab me, motherfucker!"

The first trailer for the allegedly final episode of the venerable horror series was released on Tuesday night

hinting at a gory conclusion to a narrative that has taken more than 40 years to develop.

The conclusion of the new trilogy directed by David Gordon Green, which retconned all prior sequels, 

Halloween Ends" promises to be the ultimate confrontation between the stab-happy Myers and Strode until the inevitable reboot somewhere in the future.

The action-packed, 76-second teaser evokes the opening to John Carpenter’s 1978 original

“Halloween Ends,” which also stars Andi Matichak, Kyle Richards, Will Patton and Rohan Campbell, is scheduled for release Oct. 14.