Relive 40 Years of Terror with Halloween on the Big Screen

He’s back.

John Carpenter’s classic horror flick Halloween is heading back to theaters to celibrate it’s 40th anniversary! Guess what? We’re getting you in to see the movie again on the big screen! You can WIN TICKETS to watch the horror classic, which launched Jamie Lee Curtis’ career, in theaters once more below! Fill out the form and you could go see Halloween at theTopeka Regal Hollywood 14 on October 10th!

“I’m thrilled to have the original make its way back into theatres, as we prepare for the release of the sequel. Having both back in theatres this fall is remarkable,” says director John Carpenter.

To make this event even more exciting, the film has been restored and remastered under the supervision under cinematographer Dean Cundey.

The release of John Carpenter’s Original Halloween comes just ahead of the release of Halloween (2018) – the direct sequel to John Carpenter’s classic. Jamie Lee Curtis and Nick Castle reprise their roles as Laurie Strode and Michael Myers, respectively. It is set for release on October 19th, a week before the 40th anniversary of the original Halloween release date.

How did they shoot the opening scene? How many people had to wear the mask? How many days did they shoot the movie? Find out answers to these questions and more by watching the documentary about John Carpenter’s Halloween below!

Can’t get enough Halloween or maybe the Rob Zombie version just didn’t do it for ya? No worries! A direct sequel to the original movie is coming out in October! Although it was not directed by John Carpenter, he did produce the film and would’ve made several decisions regarding the story, etc. Halloween (2018) is currently “fresh” on Rotten Tomatoes (Sept 25th), but there is still time for that to change.

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