By Jerome Reuter
John Carpenter’s 1978 slasher film Halloween is quintessential viewing for any horror fan. As far as film franchises go, It’s one of the most enduring and lucrative. It’s seen endless sequels, and villain Michael Myers is one of the trademark figures of the American slasher craze. It’s the third film of the series, 1982’s Halloween III:Season Of The Witch however, that has many fans of the genre split down the middle.
It seems people either like it as a separate product in the franchise. or they totally hate it for having almost nothing to do with the previous 2 installments. As for me, I’m going to be completely honest; It’s my favorite film of the series. It’s an original idea, and I think a lot of fans overlook all this film has to offer.
The biggest complaint from most people is the absence of Michael Myers. I…
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