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‘Halloween’ Returning To Theaters

‘Halloween’ Returning To Theaters


The Facebook page for the Halloween franchise revealed that the film will return to theaters this October, and there will be a surprise before the screening.

Here’s the announcement:

This October, John Carpenter’s immortal classic, HALLOWEEN, will be making a return to theaters nationwide. This will be the biggest run the film has had since shocking audiences in 1978, and makes for the perfect early kick off to next year’s 35th Anniversary celebration. Screening before the film will be YOU CAN’T KILL THE BOGEYMAN: 35 YEARS OF HALLOWEEN, a new mini documentary written and directed by our own Justin Beahm, focusing on the undeniable impact the film (and series) has had on culture and the genre. The documentary will run at all screenings coast-to-coast.

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  1. Do you plan on seeing this in theaters Jacob? I am so excited! Halloween is my favorite horror movie franchise. I’m a little disappointed they didn’t bring it back in 3D, but I’m satisfied that we will get a surprise short before the film that can only be seen in theaters [that is, unless they re-release the film with the short as an extra]. I’m hoping this brings in a bundle at the box office – which I am betting on seeing as they made the right move to put it in theaters in October [the month of Halloween and fright]. The whole family will be going to see this one, with the exception of my newborn – everyone is a fan of the ‘boogyman’ in this home!

  2. Hi Heather! I have not decided yet. Guess it depends if somebody wants to go see it with me. Last year in October they did a limited run of the original Ghostbusters and I did go to that and it was so cool to see a movie you love on the big screen (plus they play a high quality, cleaned up version). Let me know how the experience is


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