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Halloween
1978
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 Written by
Debra Hill Screenplay
John Carpenter Screenplay

 Directed by
John Carpenter



 Story
Fifteen years after murdering his sister on Halloween Night 1963, Michael Myers escapes from a mental hospital and returns to the small town of Haddonfield, Illinois to kill again.

 Tagline
The Night He Came Home!


 Release Date
October 24, 1978

 Runtime
91 minutes

 Cast
Donald Pleasence Dr. Sam Loomis
Jamie Lee Curtis Laurie Strode
P.J. Soles Lynda van der Klok
Nancy Kyes Annie Brackett
Nick Castle The Shape
Tony Moran Michael Myers
Will Sandin Michael Myers (age 6)
Charles Cyphers Sheriff Leigh Brackett
Kyle Richards Lindsey Wallace
Brian Andrews Tommy Doyle
John Michael Graham Bob Simms
Nancy Stephens Marion Chambers
Arthur Malet Graveyard Keeper
Mickey Yablans Richie
Brent Le Page Lonnie Elamb
Adam Hollander Keith
Robert Phalen Dr. Terence Wynn
David Kyle Judith's Boyfriend
Peter Griffith Morgan Strode
Barry Bernardi Dead Mechanic (uncredited)
John Carpenter Paul, Annie's Boyfriend (voice) (uncredited)
George O'Hanlon Jr. Mr. Peter Myers (uncredited)
Darla Rae Student (uncredited)
Gwen Van Dam Sanitarium Nurse (uncredited)
Sandy Johnson Judith Margaret Myers


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Visually terrific!
By Jack Anderson on July 7, 2018
 (6/10)

OPENING SCENE
The first killing is a real thrill. We get to actually be the killer, only to discover at the end that the killer was actually a little boy. That made for a really astonishing opening sequence, in a beautiful uninterrupted shot.

VOYEURISM
The directing of this movie is really terrific. The camera is moving around like a witness. Even more than a witness, we are completely part of the story and that scary world. While this may not feel like a lot in 2018, back in 1978, that was quite an original storytelling way.

THE TOYING SYMPHONY
As any typical slasher movie would, the film heavily toys with the audience. Like a classical symphony, we get some very long moments and suddenly a short but impressive melody comes along and takes everything with it. So, one of the characters is left alone, washing her clothes, almost naked, stuck in a window, etc. Many opportunities for the killer to take her life. But no, we wait and wait, which makes the all thing even more fun.

SUMMARY
Halloween is definitely a very good movie. I give it 6 out of 10.



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