While Laurie Strode is getting ready to square off against Michael Myers in David Gordon Green's Halloween sequel, moviegoers will get a chance to see where it all began. John Carpenter's 1978 classic Halloween is getting a 40th anniversary theatrical rerelease on select screens worldwide beginning Sept. 27. Seeing Halloween in a theater is plenty exciting on its own, but this sounds like it could be a truly fantastic experience. Tickets for the screenings of Halloween are currently on sale.
To find a screening near you, visit the Specticast website. This 2017 rerelease will essentially kick off a yearlong 40th anniversary celebration of the original Halloween, which will culminate on October 19, 2018 when the new Halloween movie arrives in theaters, executive produced by John Carpenter and starring Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode.
For more Halloween news, follow @HalloweenDaily. 10 days ago John Carpenter's original" Halloween" is returning to theaters on Sept. 27 on more than 1, 000 screens three weeks before the reboot arrives. 8 days ago The version of the original Halloween to be screened in select theaters has been remastered and restored by Watch a trailer for the Halloween rerelease above.
Halloween (1978 movie) The Fog, which has received a full 4K restoration from StudioCanal, will open for limited runs at the Metrograph in New York, Landmarks Nuart Theatre in Los Angeles, and the Music Box Theatre in Chicago. Additional theaters were added to the initial list in the weeks leading up to the 2012 rerelease of Halloween, so hopefully some more will be added to this list soon.
Michael Myers, the masked silent Shape that emerged from the shadows of Haddonfield, Ill.to stalk generations of moviegoers, will return to theaters Thursday for a rerelease of John Carpenter's landmark 1978 horror film" Halloween, " just Now, almost 40 years later, the original Halloween, one which scooped up a record 47 million off the back of a shoestring budget (300, 000), is ready to stage its return. WIth the leaves turning and Halloween approaching, now is the perfect time for watching spooky movies, and one of the scariest of all time is returning to theaters.