By briansm1976
Written February 09, 2016
I was only 1 yr old when the original Halloween was released. Years later I developed a love for it and the other villains for which Michael Myers paved the road. 10 yrs ago I did not realized the following the movie had actually created and missed the 25th anniversary showing in theaters. So when I saw the 35th anniversary release, I KNEW I had to get tickets to see it. It was everything I knew it would be, and if in 10 yrs they show again, I WILL BE THERE! For anyone who has never seen it, or if you've never seen it in the theater, it is well worth you time and money to go. Rob Zombie did a great job remaking the movie, and has proven what we all know......Michael Myers will NEVER DIE!
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The greatest movie ever made just got better.

By Yankfan42
Written August 24, 2016
Was anything different about it???? ***&^ no it was just the greatest movie ever made on a big goddamn screen. The only problem I had was the theater only played it once. Yeah I totally would've gone to every showing if they where offered. Not many people can say they got to see their all time favorite movie while sitting with loved ones and friends on the big screen. Halloween has always had a profound effect on me and it's the movie that got me into horror films. Scared the living daylights out of me when I was six and I've loved it ever since. It's still the only movie I've bought more than 5-6 times. It was the first dvd I bought when they first came out and the first blu-ray I purchased when I caved and got one. I loved this experience so much....I'm gonna go pop some popcorn, grab a couple beers, and watch it again right now.
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Halloween (1978), never gets old....

By Keatz112
Written August 05, 2015
This is not the first time I have seen this film nor will it be the last time. It is the first time for me seeing it on the big screen and it was well worth the wait. This is still a classic film and one that translates to all generations. I do not want to bore with my opinion of why this film is great because others might not share my view, I will say that Carpenter and Hill wrote a great script, the direction and cam work are second to none and ground breaking for the time, and the acting is not bad for the genre. If you have the time and love horror then by all means take a break on a dark Friday/ Saturday night and turn the lights off....
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By krissypoo
Written July 30, 2015
Horrible experience at AMC 25 in NYC. The sound was terrible: faint, and thin sounding and NO sound at all for about 5 minutes of the film. Plus there was NO documentary. Upon complaints, we got a refund and was told: "one of the cables had a short in it, and we didn't have time to buy a new one".??????!!!! Are you kidding me? Plus complained to the corporate offices of AMC and my complaint and experience is under "investigation". Ha!
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This move is, was and forever..............

By TakerWWE12
Written February 13, 2016
will be EPIC! I was SO EXCITED when I heard the studio / producers were going to release this on the big screen. Since I am almost 27, there would have been NO other way for me to see this in the theater as it came out in the late 70's. EPIC!!!!! Happy Halloween!!
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