Now that we’ve experienced Rob Zombie’s reenvisioning of Michael Myers, it is time for David Gordon Green, Danny McBride and Jason Blum to take the Halloween franchise back to its roots with a new movie that reconnects with the 1978 original but ignores most of the other sequels. Once again titled simply Halloween, the movie brings back Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode, preparing for her final confrontation with Michael 40 years later, while Judy Greer plays her daughter and Andi Matichak plays her granddaughter. Clearly they are placing a heavy emphasis on authenticity and reverence to the original, but there is one big change here: the axing of the brother-sister relationship. While some fans may be upset by that, it should also help take the story down some interesting new paths. Halloween hits theatres on October 19th; check out the first trailer after the jump and let us know what you think.