Articles about Halloween (1978)

"Halloween" gets its best scares from the creepiness of being followed
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Halloween (1978)
Here, Mike D'Angelo looks at a key movie scene in John Carpenter's Halloween. In particular, he looks at the opening section in Haddonfield, which is basically one prolonged and unnerving stalking episode. Michael Myers eventually gets down to stabbing and strangling people, but he spends the first half of the movie just following Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis) and occasionally other folks around, keeping his distance.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 10/31/14
7 Films to Get Horror Movie Fanatics Into The Halloween Spirit
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Here are our choices for the 7 best movies to get you in the spirit if you love to be scared, don't mind a lot of gore, and can't get enough terror. You may want to watch with the lights on…
Added by on 10/23/13
Interview: P.J. Soles on 'Halloween' and 'Carrie'
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: P.j. Soles, Carrie, Halloween (1978)
The star says she ad-libbed one of the most famous topless shots in movie history, and relives the Aunt Jemima scene from Stripes.
Added by on 9/23/13
The Essentials: 7 Great John Carpenter Movies
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If you're looking for a place to start or a couple of movies by John Carpenter you might have missed out on, here are seven essential films from the Carpenter canon you have to watch.
Added by on 7/30/13
Who is the toughest Horror Icon: Match VI | Off the record, on the QT and very Hush-Hush
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Match VI: Freddy Krueger vs Michael Myers
Added by on 7/29/13
20 Scariest Movies of All Time
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We turn down the lights for cinema's most satisfying shocks -- from ''The Shining'' to ''The Exorcist'' to ''The Ring''
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 6/8/13
Who is the toughest Horror Icon?
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Horror Of Dracula, Freddy Vs. Jason, Halloween (1978)
For as long as people have been watching horror movies people have been wondering who would win in a fight between the various horror monsters.
Added by on 6/5/13
John Carpenter: The Hero Complex interview
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: John Carpenter, They Live, Halloween (1978)
John Carpenter, the legendary director of films including "Halloween," "Escape From New York," "The Thing," "Starman," "Big Trouble in Little China" and many more, isn't one to hold back in conversation. And he brings it here.
Added by on 5/25/13
Horror Movies Vs Thrillers
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The age-old question – What is the difference between a Horror movie and a Thriller? It's a question that even the greats get wrong such as Michael Jackson (the music video fits more into the Horror genre).
Added by on 2/26/13 | Edit | Delete
I Watched All 8 'Halloween' Movies
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And all I got was a super-bloody lesson in cultural history, media decline, and medical ethics.
Added by on 10/31/12
Interview: P.J. Soles on 'Halloween' and 'Carrie'
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: P.j. Soles, Carrie, Halloween (1978)
The star says she ad-libbed one of the most famous topless shots in movie history, and relives the Aunt Jemima scene from Stripes.
Added by on 9/23/13
John Carpenter: The Hero Complex interview
Interesting
Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: John Carpenter, They Live, Halloween (1978)
John Carpenter, the legendary director of films including "Halloween," "Escape From New York," "The Thing," "Starman," "Big Trouble in Little China" and many more, isn't one to hold back in conversation. And he brings it here.
Added by on 5/25/13
"Halloween" gets its best scares from the creepiness of being followed
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Halloween (1978)
Here, Mike D'Angelo looks at a key movie scene in John Carpenter's Halloween. In particular, he looks at the opening section in Haddonfield, which is basically one prolonged and unnerving stalking episode. Michael Myers eventually gets down to stabbing and strangling people, but he spends the first half of the movie just following Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis) and occasionally other folks around, keeping his distance.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 10/31/14
7 Films to Get Horror Movie Fanatics Into The Halloween Spirit
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Here are our choices for the 7 best movies to get you in the spirit if you love to be scared, don't mind a lot of gore, and can't get enough terror. You may want to watch with the lights on…
Added by on 10/23/13
The Essentials: 7 Great John Carpenter Movies
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If you're looking for a place to start or a couple of movies by John Carpenter you might have missed out on, here are seven essential films from the Carpenter canon you have to watch.
Added by on 7/30/13
20 Scariest Movies of All Time
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We turn down the lights for cinema's most satisfying shocks -- from ''The Shining'' to ''The Exorcist'' to ''The Ring''
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 6/8/13
Who is the toughest Horror Icon?
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Horror Of Dracula, Freddy Vs. Jason, Halloween (1978)
For as long as people have been watching horror movies people have been wondering who would win in a fight between the various horror monsters.
Added by on 6/5/13
Horror Movies Vs Thrillers
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The age-old question – What is the difference between a Horror movie and a Thriller? It's a question that even the greats get wrong such as Michael Jackson (the music video fits more into the Horror genre).
Added by on 2/26/13 | Edit | Delete
I Watched All 8 'Halloween' Movies
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And all I got was a super-bloody lesson in cultural history, media decline, and medical ethics.
Added by on 10/31/12
Doyle Family House
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Featured in: Halloween (1978)
The house in which Jamie Lee Curtis babysits for the Doyle family, with the Wallace house.
1504 North Orange Grove Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
Added by on 7/18/11