Hubie Halloween is a 2020 American comedy horror film directed by Steven Brill, written by Adam Sandler and Tim Herlihy, and starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Julie Bowen, Ray Liotta, Rob Schneider, June Squibb, Kenan Thompson, Shaquille O'Neal, Steve Buscemi, and Maya Rudolph. The film follows a deli worker who loves Halloween and who must save the town of Salem, Massachusetts from a kidnapper.
It was released on October 7, 2020 by Netflix and dedicated to the memory of actor Cameron Boyce, who was originally scheduled to appear but passed away prior to production.
Hubie Dubois is a somewhat silly and kind-hearted person who is often ridiculed by his fellow citizens in his hometown of Salem, even though he is regularly there for his fellow citizens. Every year on Halloween he patrols the streets of Salem, making sure that children and adults can move around safely. Hubie is patrolling the streets again this year, but for the first time there is actually something relevant. People soon disappear, but when he informs the police about the threat, they don't believe him. So Hubie has to take matters into his own hands and only has the escaped patient from a closed institution, Richard Hartman, who walks through the neighborhood in a pig mask, under suspicion. He later suspects his new neighbor, Walter Lambert, who, according to a tombstone in the cemetery, was born in the 17th century. Ultimately, however, it turns out that Hubie's mother kidnapped the residents to burn them at a stake in revenge for Hubie's constant teasing.
Adam Sandler as Hubie Dubois, a delicatessen employee.
Kevin James as Sgt. Steve Downey, a police sergeant that is constantly bothered by Hubie.
Julie Bowen as Violet Valentine, Hubie's love interest and Sgt. Downey's ex-wife.
Ray Liotta as Pete Landolfa, a rude man who recently lost his father and is one of Hubie's tormentors.
Rob Schneider as Richie Hartman, a convict who escaped from a mental institution.
June Squibb as Hubie's mother
Kenan Thompson as Sgt. Blake, a police sergeant working under Steve Downey.