Kyle Richards Reprises Role In Horror Film Classic “Halloween”

Kyle Richards doesn’t have a minute to spare, you guys. Arguably one of the busiest stars of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the brunette half of the Twisted Sisters is used to juggling duties. As a mother of four daughters, that might be enough to keep most people occupied. Not Kyle, she is always ready to take on a new task or accept a challenge. You might remember Kyle tried her hand at retail. Her Los Angeles store Kyle by Alene Too closed after three years. Then, Kyle wore a producer hat behind the cameras for a show she created, American Woman. Unfortunately, the network put her show on permanent hiatus after only one season.

Many viewers would undoubtedly agree the role Kyle is best known for is stealing her sister’s house falling into the hands of a psychopathic serial killer. A cinematic classic revolving around a scoundrel trolling neighborhood streets, looking for innocent victims. No, I am not talking about PK Kemsley searching for a loan. I’m referring to Halloween! The 1978 horror flick set the standard for scary people randomly showing up in your backyard. Kyle’s thought-provoking performance of Lindsey Wallace and Jamie Lee Curtis’ star power made an impression on the acting world. So much that now, 41 years later, Kyle is returning to the scene of the crime.

Don’t worry, she’s not going back to Lisa Vanderpump’s house… That “crime” is over and done with. Kyle is retracing her steps to the fictional town of Haddonfield, Illinois. If you think “before” plastic surgery photos of Housewives with their original faces sounds scary, then you need to check out the Halloween series. But Kyle isn’t the only RHOBH star with a SAG card in her wallet.

Quite a few of the ladies have come from illustrious acting careers. There’s Lisa Rinna, a soap opera diva with an impressive list of guest-starring roles. Denise Richards has wowed audiences with her theatrical skills in several feature films. Even newcomer Garcelle Beauvais, a former model, has a resume of acting credits under her belt.

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Now, get ready to scream for your lives! Prepare yourselves to face the ultimate terror! It’s okay, Rinna isn’t subjecting us to more lady waxing, Kyle is going back to her horror roots! According to Kyle’s Instagram, little Lindsey Wallace will return to the big screen. She announced, “It’s true I am beyond honored and thrilled to be a part of #halloweenkills And reprising my role of Lindsey Wallace.”

Okay, guys, I know a lot of you could take this opportunity to mock Kyle. I beseech you to hear me out. This is Halloween! Michael Myers! If you know anything about the Michael Myers character, you know he doesn’t like to leave loose ends. This is a dude who can hold a grudge – and how many of us can say they’ve never held a grudge? In the original film, Kyle’s character was saved by an underpaid babysitter, Laurie Strode (played by Jamie Lee Curtis).

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Basically what I’m saying here is, if you feel some type of way about Kyle – this movie might be for all of us you. What could be more cathartic for a nation of people seeking revenge for the cruel subterfuge endured by Lisa V.? Watching Kyle’s character run for her life might be a reasonable option. While I’m thinking about it, is there an extra victim part available for Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave?

There is little doubt Kyle won’t shine behind the magic of Hollywood. Now the question remains, will her character once again escape the panic of being stalked by a tall guy carrying a knife? Will horror fans be treated to Lindsay Wallace finally succumbing to the evil that is Michael Myers? And most importantly, will the adult Lindsay’s wardrobe be provided by The Agency? After all of the tricks, RHOBH viewers have endured, we might actually have a treat coming our way.

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