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Reaction to first 'Halloween' artwork

Earlier today the big news promised by Nick Castle on Twitter literally blew up the internet as the first artwork for ‘Halloween’ was revealed.

The direct sequel to the 1978 classic picks up 40 years later pitting The Shape into a final confrontation with Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis). 27 more words

Halloween: Resurgence review

One of the things you can always guarantee with fan films of popular franchises such as Halloween, is their commitment to a particular narrative.

Darren Jones’ Halloween: Resurgence is quite unique in that it attempts to bridge a gap between Halloween 1-4 and the dreadful Halloween: Resurrection. 146 more words

More artwork unleashed for #40YearsofHalloween documentary

The second artwork for a documentary celebrating 40 years of John Carpenter’s Halloween has been released.

For the Love of the Boogeyman: 40 Years of Halloween brings together fans of the cult classic from the world of independent horror to discuss the film. 81 more words

Interview: James Jude Courtney talks 'Halloween'

One of the biggest talking points about the new Halloween sequel is the casting of James Jude Courtney as Michael Myers. We got the chance to quiz the new Shape all about the iconic role. 841 more words

watched the film"the shape of water"

this film dealt with Love, dealt with Racism,Sexism, Ageism,sign language,

and Homophobia  and of course it was set in the 60’s.

the mood and background of this film was striking. 59 more words

Nick Castle to return as Michael Myers in Halloween 2018

With many callbacks to the original Halloween movie in David Gordon Green’s sequel next year, we’ve just learned that the first Michael Myers, Nick Castle himself will return as The Shape. 107 more words

The Shape and the Thing

Generally it’s supposed that Alfred Hitchcock modernized the horror movie, taking films once located in dark castles and European villages into the suburbs and backcountry of America, creating a horror movie that was more concerned with pathology and carnage then the classic tenets of gothicism. 1,267 more words