It’s that time of year. Where parents follow after costumes padded with warmth so Spider-man looks like a Spider-blob, while carrying a cup of something to keep them warm in an insulated coffee mug, hoping it doesn’t rain, really hoping it doesn’t snow, and looking forward to pilfering their kid’s candy when they fall asleep. Not a bad night if you ask me.
But for Laurie Strode, forty years ago, it was a different kind of night. The candy, costumes, and murder type of night! Mu-ha-ha-ha!
Since it is that time of year, I feel it is a must, an imperative, to discuss HALLOWEEN 1978 and the sequel, HALLOWEEN 2018. Join us as we discuss the awesomeness that is the original 1978 film made with a budget of $325,000 and earning, in 1978 mind you, $70,000,000. That’s right. Millions. Seventy of them!
And on Halloween night, we’ll be uploading our discussion of HALLOWEEN 2018! To give you fine listeners something to listen to as the kids make the rounds on the creepiest of nights.
Down below, apparently, that’s what I’d look like with hair. I’m kind of glad it left my head. Not really.
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Have a safe Halloween. Be kind to everyone.