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What Works & What Doesn't: 'Halloween'

Are Carpenter and Hill guilty of expository dialogue...or is there something more SINISTER going on? Column by Christopher Shultz Welcome once again to What Works & What Doesn't, whereby we take a classic or notable film and explore its effective and weak aspects in kind, determining what exactly works about the film and what doesn't (as the title of this series indicates).
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