Halloween HorrorNights 23 Review

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Cabin in the woods 5/5 This house was epic! First house of the night an it blew me away. They stuck to the movies plot and scenery flawlessly and didn’t miss an opportunity for a scare. There was big unexpected scares in this one that had me literally backed into a wall at one point. It’s a win win for me since the house is as badass and intense as its film. This is a … Continue reading

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Oh What Could Have Been! Watch The HALLOWEEN Remake We Could Have Had

For all its flaws Rob Zombie’s HALLOWEEN, in my opinion did have some pretty good cinematic moments. It LOOKED great. I have always loved the look of Rob Zombies work. The flaw was in the script, the story or more correctly the retelling of the story. It turns out that there was another pitch, another take if you will on the HALLOWEEN mythos. Federico D’Alessandro, the Head Storyboard artist and Animatics Supervisor at Marvel Studios … Continue reading

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You Have Got To See These Kick Ass HALLOWEEN Shirts!

I’m not one to pimp horror goods very often but when I see something that is just too cool to miss, I’ve got to pass it along your way. Most of you are probably already familiar with FRIGHT RAGS, they offer up some pretty kick ass horror merch and they have pulled out the stops with a handful of new shirt designs to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the John Carpenter classic HALLOWEEN. Check these … Continue reading

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Halloween 35th Anniversary Bluray Makes for a Must Own!

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Beverly Hills, CA – In 1978, Compass International Pictures released an indie horror film by an up and coming director and a largely unknown cast. Presented by the late Moustapha Akkad, the film cost $325,000 and ended up not only becoming one of the most successful independent motion pictures of its time, but single handedly created the genre of the modern horror film along with the first iconic (via a painted-over William Shatner mask) cinematic … Continue reading

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Podcast: Monster Movie Podcast – Eps 46

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Welcome to the Monster Movie Podcast. This week Doc Rotten and Thomas Mariani cover the films an career of John Carpenter, one of the most influential horror directors of the modern era. From Halloween to Escape from New York to The Thing, John Carpenter shaped the future of horror, setting trends and creating sub-genres. He’s responsible for such horror icons as Michael Myers, Snake Plissken and Jack Burton. He’s even directed a film about Elvis. … Continue reading

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Halloween (1978) Movie Poster (Version 09)

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Halloween (1978) Movie Poster (Version 09)

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Halloween Fancy Dress Discount Offer

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Halloween is fast approaching, and we’ve just finished uploading our extensive range of costumes to http://fancydresspartyideas.co.uk. Exclusive to Horror News readers, we’re offering a whopping 15% OFF all products in our HALLOWEEN COSTUMES category. All you need to do is enter the code HORRORNEWS at step 2 of the checkout process to claim 15% off. Note – only applicable to products found in the Halloween Costumes category Have a horrific Halloween!

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“Midnight Hour” spins tale of workforce violence in October’s “Black Friday”

Most adults can tell horror stories about jobs they’ve held at one time or another, but in October the cult TV series “Lee Martin’s The Midnight Hour” takes workforce treachery to the next level in its latest installment, “Black Friday.” TRAILER: http://youtu.be/m3EumvizzFc This all-new episode tells the story of Griffith (Phil Elam), a security guard at a sprawling industrial complex, whose face is not-so-accidentally crushed by a forklift triggered by one of his co-workers; but … Continue reading

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Trailer: Halloween – Animatic Short – Pitch

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Trailer: Halloween – Animatic Short – Pitch short animation used to pitch Halloween – the movie

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Screenvision Brings 1978 Halloween back to Screen!

SCREENVISION TEAMS UP WITH COMPASS INTERNATIONAL PICTURES AND TRANCAS INTERNATIONAL FILMS TO BRING JOHN CARPENTER’S “HALLOWEEN” BACK TO CINEMAS THIS OCTOBER Screenvision, a national leader in cinema advertising sales, services and content distribution, has teamed up with Compass International Pictures and Trancas International Films to bring John Carpenter’s immortal 1978 classic, “Halloween,” back to the big screen. This nationwide release, beginning October 25th with select showings through October 31st, will be the widest distribution the … Continue reading

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Halloween (1978) Movie Poster (Version 06)

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Halloween (1978) Movie Poster (Version 06)

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Halloween (1978) Movie Poster (Version 08)

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Halloween (1978) Movie Poster (Version 08)

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Halloween (1978) Movie Poster (Version 07)

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Halloween (1978) Movie Poster (Version 07)

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Halloween (1978) Movie Poster (Version 05)

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Halloween (1978) Movie Poster (Version 05)

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Halloween (1978) Movie Poster (Version 04)

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Halloween (1978) Movie Poster (Version 04)

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Halloween (1978) Movie Poster (Version 01)

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Halloween (1978) Movie Poster (Version 01)

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Halloween (1978) Movie Poster (Version 03)

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Halloween (1973) Movie Poster (Version 03)

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Halloween (1978) Movie Poster (Version 02)

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Halloween (1973) Movie Poster (Version 02)

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Film Review: Raven’s Hollow (short film) (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: Billy; his sister, Lisa; and her boyfriend, Mike, spend Halloween at the drive-in after trick or treating. When Billy threatens to walk home through a dark cornfield, Mike tells him a legend of Old Farmer Blood, who is said to have seeded his field with the blood of murder victims. When Billy disbelieves, Mike leads the trio into a nightmare of unrelenting terror. REVIEW: Lisa and her boyfriend probably need to pay better attention … Continue reading

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Movie Script: Halloween (1978)

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HALLOWEEN a screenplay by John Carpenter and Debra Hill SHOOTING DRAFT REV. 4-10-78 SCENE/SHOT NUMBERS REMOVED

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Film Review: Halloween 5 (1989)

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SYNOPSIS: Presumed dead after a shoot-out with the Haddonfield police, Michael Myers (Don Shanks) is secretly nursed back to health — and returns a year later to kill again. He once more targets his young niece, Jamie (Danielle Harris), who’s recovering in the local children’s hospital after attacking her stepmother and losing her voice. Jamie’s mental link with her evil uncle may be the key to uprooting her family tree. REVIEW: Get ready citizens of … Continue reading

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