Halloween II

(Collector's Edition) (1981) Jamie Lee Curtis

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Halloween

(Two-Disc Special Edition) (2007) Malcolm McDowell

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DreamWorks Halloween

Double Pack (Scared Shrekless / Monsters vs Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins From Outer Space)

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History of Halloween

The Haunted History of Halloween (History Channel) (A&E DVD Archives) (2005)

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Return to Halloweentown

(Ultimate Secret Edition) (2006) Sara Paxton

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The Day After Halloween

(Katarina's Nightmare Theater) Sigrid Thornton

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SpongeBob SquarePants

Halloween (1999) Tom Kenny

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Halloween III

Season of the Witch (1982) Tom Atkins

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Playhouse Disney Halloween

(Just Say Boo/A Spookie Ookie Halloween) (1998) Cole Caplan

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Halloween

25 Years of Terror (2006) John Ottman

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Halloween (1978) – Official Trailer

Surely one of the top 5 CULT HORROR movies of this century. John Carpenter’s “Halloween” is probably standing together with “Friday the 13th” and “Nightmare on Elm Street” in the pantheon of classic cult horror movies. Plot: A psychotic murderer institutionalized since childhood escapes on a mindless rampage while his doctor chases him through the streets. Released on 1978 Directed by: John Carpenter Starring: Donald Pleasence, Jamie Lee Curtis and Tony Moran

24 Responses to Halloween (1978) – Official Trailer

  • Spittfire961 says:

    no its still scary im 19 and it scared me….modern horror movies are just gore Halloween uses suspense and atmosphere to buil tension? to a boiling point by the end of the movie i was at the edge of my seat its easily my favorite movie of all time

  • Deadlyrazorwings says:

    Right on,? its my favorite as well.

  • iostream1 says:

    R.I.P. Moustapha? Akkad…

  • snowlilly101 says:

    not to be mean but why is there no light? in this it looks like the inside of my brothers closet and he thought he sought he saw a demon eating his socks? it was funny he said it had yellow eyes. anyway sorry for that it doesn’t look like a little bit like beening in a barel

  • tomtg71 says:

    I like the classic horror movies. The new Hollywood remakes aren’t as good.rob zombie made a remake it wasn’t. As good.don’t get me wrong I like his movies.? But john carpenter. Took it to another level.

  • TheComicbookfan says:

    Halloween III is good too?

  • huztgjfg says:

    watch? this vid with benny hill theme

  • mexman000 says:

    JLC? was hot!

  • monkeylover258 says:

    @mexman000 those are my initials?

  • Heltaskelta361 says:

    in my opinion these movie are better than friday? the 13th

  • palmtree2097 says:

    Agree friday 13 th lacks? the scare factor of halloween this one not the new bullshit x

  • DaBeazt100 says:

    heck no that one doesnt have michael? myes

  • TITANICLUSITANIA says:

    I’ll tell you what was made in 1978, it was the greatest horror film of all time that inspired and still inspired many horror films. It established new and transcended old clichés! Now it is pure gore and nudity and that’s gross, not scary. This film actually presented a scary film, with many questions wondering my mind,? instead of porn with blood.

  • TITANICLUSITANIA says:

    I agree with you! The original Halloween? established new and transcended? old clichés! Now it is pure gore and nudity and that’s gross, not scary. This film actually presented a scary film, with many questions wondering my mind, instead of porn with blood.

  • enyahanny27 says:

    my favorite classic? of all time…

  • ahfaxthis says:

    it’s 2012. I DARE YOU TO WATCH THIS MOVIE ALONE, in the dark, at home , ALONE ! NOW THAT? IS ONE SCARY MOVIE !

  • ahfaxthis says:

    for some odd reason, media didn’t tell us of how horrible people were…so when we saw this movie, from crazed family members, it was NEWS TO US. and back then it scared the hell outta us. TODAY> people are killing everone everday, at home, at? work , at play. Likely this has gone on for centuries but media now reports it. Still… this movie, along with film FATAL ATTRACTION, still scare me to jeepers. also NIght of lving dead, 1968, and orignal texas chainsaw film 1974/ WOW, jeepers again

  • MissEromon2003 says:

    great classic horror flick. One of my favorites.? Although Rob Zombies version was well done theres nothing like watching the original. Still makes me jump and wanna cuddle up to my fiance’ even though I know when all the scary parts are coming lol. This right at the top of my fav list right along with the ORIGINAL Nightmare on Elm Street. 🙂

  • Luke Adderson says:

    I liked Halloween I and II the best because they had that cool camera quality from thr 1970s and eearly 1980s that wasn’t to good but that made it better. That is also the reason why a slightly liked Hallowee III but not because? of the plot. The rest just had that new quality that made it less scary and the remakes just were stupid.

  • VenomFan1989 says:

    My mom who grew up in the 1970’s told me about this movie when i was 11 years old and i fell in love? with it ever since!

  • TheComicbookfan says:

    this? was originally supposed to be an anthology series where each movie had a different story but alot of people didnt get that and everyone wanted all of these movies to be about michael myers. It seems weird since all of the other sequels are about michael myers, but on its own its a pretty good movie.

  • ajscitco90 says:

    Yes like Tobe Hopper said? Dracula and Frankenstein were all remade a bunch of times. But there is only one orginal

  • myelite100 says:

    horro classic?

  • thecreativekiller13 says:

    why would she go to a different house when she can run to the police pure? stupidity

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