Michael Myers Featured On Retro One-Sheet For ‘Halloween’ Re-Release!


Just last week is was revealed that John Carpenter’s 1978 classic Halloween would be returning to a theater near you this October.

The official Facebook for the film stated: “This will be the biggest run the film has had since shocking audiences in 1978.” We’re not sure how big this means it will actually be, but hopefully it’s wide enough for you to go check out (wherever you are). Screening before the film will be Justin Beahm’s new mini-doc You Can’t Kill The Boogeyman: 35 Years Of Halloween.

According to Boxofficemojo, the original slasher has grossed $47 million here in the States. Honestly, I can see a wide re-release generating serious income, and taking the top spot at the weekend box office.

Halloween Movies has the first look at the re-release one-sheet. List of theaters will start showing up soon at HalloweenOnScreen.com.

  • Merteuil81

    I hope it gets a national release. Halloween is my favorite and I would love to see it on the big screen.

  • Mintica90s

    I simply cannot wait. this will be the 4th classic I hope to see in theaters. I saw The Exorcist (twice) , Alien (directors cut) , and the original Invasion Of The Body Snatchers. I could of almost seen Jaws this year , but I missed my chance. lets hope and pray that this classic gem gets a much wider release so I can see it with my younger brother. we will be waiting Mr Carpenter.

  • murdermakesmecum666

    i would see this in the theater. great fuckin’ movie!

  • Taboo

    I just hope they play this at a theater near me. This is one of my top favorite horror movies and it’d be so cool to watch in big screen.

  • That_One_Guy

    I really hope this gets a wide release. I’d love to go see this on the big screen on Halloween night. These theater re-releases are a great way for fans of the movie and people who have never seen it to have a really cool experience with it.

  • Dr_Loomis

    I remember seeing it when it played for 2 nights back in October of 2006. According to the bottom of the poster, it starts October 25th so it will probably play for at least a week.

  • anthonyd1

    I am so excited! Halloween is my favorite film of all time! I would pay money to see this on the big screen!