“Halloween” the Motion Picture

Thirty years ago, we learned of the poor child grown into a terror named Michael Myers.  In this edition we learn a bit more, perhaps.  Find more information at HalloweenHaunt.wordpress.com.

Did you know that Michael Myers has an official website?

Did you know that Wikipedia has a lot of information on “Halloween?” Yes, of course you did….

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5 thoughts on ““Halloween” the Motion Picture

  1. Alyssa Black says:

    I haven’t seen this movie yet, but I know the background. A creepy story that is a perfect Halloween horror film in retrospect. One movie that is terrifying to me is Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho in 1960. When you look at the shower scene, it can frighten you because many viewers of this film they become afraid of taking a shower. There is no need to fear that because you’ll be fine, that scene hasn’t made me afraid to take a shower anywhere.

    • Alyssa,

      Thank you for your comment…. I, too, enjoy “Psycho,” and am glad it’s in black and white…. Leaves more to the imagination…. The shower scene certainly makes one think twice about taking a shower in a seedy motel, at least, no…?

      –HH

  2. Alyssa says:

    That was what kept me on edge during the movie is that Hitchcock wants you to imagine what happens. Thank God that I haven’t been afraid to take a shower since watching the movie. I actually finally got around to watching the 1978 original Halloween, but it didn’t creep me out too much. In at least one scene I did get startled.

    • Alyssa, I think your friends may be thanking their lucky stars that you haven’t been afraid to take a shower since seeing Psycho. I think the imagination can be the most frightening of all. At least mine is.

      –HH

  3. Alyssa says:

    I’m thankful too otherwise I could be like Janet Leigh after she finished the movie. My mom gives me props for not being terrified of that movie. I told her that it kept me so intrigued that I couldn’t leave the living room to miss any part of the movie.

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