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John Carpenter Hasn’t Seen Every ‘Halloween’

Before Jason, Freddy, Chucky, or Pinhead there was Michael Myers, the Shape who stalked a young Jamie Lee Curtis in John Carpenter‘s babysitter murders slasher film Halloween. The indie production was such a success that it launched a franchise that has spanned over 40 years. After seven sequels, Rob Zombie remade the film and created his […]
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