Nate Helton’s review published on Letterboxd:
Not too shabby.
For a 2-hour finale, it picks up the ball and runs pretty well, partitioning that 1666 time period and diving out of it before lingering too long.
That 1994 is where the series is at its strongest helps it button up pretty well—kinda like home-field advantage for game 7.
Time’s going to be kind to this. Whether I like a scene or not, it’s all been offered lovingly, and I can’t walk away from that. Could definitely see myself revisiting the trilogy in a few Halloweens.