Here we go. The Halloween movie that everyone either loves or loves to hate. Halloween III: Season Of The Witch came out in 1982, but with one small omission. There was no Michael Myers. What?!! Blasphemy!! That’s right kids, no Michael Myers. Instead, he would be replaced by an evil mastermind of a Halloween mask company called Silver Shamrock who planned on killing millions of kids on Halloween night by placing pieces of a stolen Stonehenge boulder into their Halloween masks! This stuff just writes itself. Panned by critics as well as fueling outrage from the faithful Halloween moviegoers, this entry into the franchise did poorly at the box office, but slowly started to develop a much deserved cult following.
Yes, I am on the one side of the electric fence that feels that this movie is a guilty pleasure, especially around Halloween time and I’ll gladly burn at the stake for thinking that. Continue reading →
Never before would I have thought that I would use the word “beautiful” in connection with Michael Myers. But thanks to another amazing product from Mondo, such is the case today. In correspondence with a special 35MM screening of John Carpenter’s 1978 classic Halloween at the New Beverly Cinema in LA, Mondo artist Ken Taylor has released two special posters for the event. Check them out below in all of their artistic horror glory:
The good news? You can look at these posters here. The bad news? You can’t really get your hands on one unless you buy the VIP tickets for the event for $500 or bid on Ebay once somebody tries to flip it and make $1000. This special screening of Halloween on October 27th at the New Beverly Cinema in LA will have John Carpenter in attendance and is part of a special Debra Hill Film Festival. All proceeds from the festival will benefit the late producer’s foundation. Regular seats are sold out, but a few VIP tix are still available here!