The Making of John Carpenter’s Halloween — Consequence of Sound

Back in 1978, John Carpenter’s Halloween was an urban legend, a movie so scary that audiences were screaming their heads off in theaters across America. But the critics loved the film, a distinguishing hallmark from its hack-and-slash contemporaries and one that would make its co-writer and director something of an auteur. It was also an unprecedented commercial smash. Grossing over…

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