MORE NEWS AND OFFICIAL POSTER FOR HALLOWEEN THEATRICAL RE-RELEASE

More news for John Carpenter’s classic HALLOWEEN RE-RELEASE in theaters. First off, we now have a specific date where theaters all around the country will be playing the film: October 25th, so mark your calendars boils ‘n ghouls!

FROM THE HALLOWEEN MOVIES FACEBOOK PAGE:

This October, John Carpenter’s immortal classic, HALLOWEEN, will be making a return to theaters nationwide. This will be the biggest run the film has had since shocking audiences in 1978, and makes for the perfect early kick-off to next year’s 35th Anniversary celebration.

Screening before the film will be YOU CAN’T KILL THE BOGEYMAN: 35 YEARS OF HALLOWEEN, a new mini-documentary written and directed by our own Justin Beahm, focusing on the undeniable impact the film (and series) has had on culture and the genre. The documentary will run at all screenings coast-to-coast.

A List of theaters will start showing up soon at HalloweenOnScreen.com. The press release with full details is expected very soon. Until then, enjoy the poster and share it wherever you can.

KEEP READING TO SEE THE NEW EXCLUSIVE HALLOWEEN RE-RELEASE POSTER AND MORE AFTER THE BREAK!

JOHN CARPENTER’S HALLOWEEN COMING BACK TO THEATERS THIS OCTOBER

EXCITING NEWS TODAY as we here at Backwoods Horror have learned, through our various web browsin’, that John Carpenter’s HALLOWEEN is going to be coming back to theaters this OCTOBER!

FROM THE HALLOWEEN MOVIES FACEBOOK PAGE:

This October, John Carpenter’s immortal classic, HALLOWEEN, will be making a return to theaters nationwide. This will be the biggest run the film has had since shocking audiences in 1978, and makes for the perfect early kick-off to next year’s 35th Anniversary celebration.

Screening before the film will be YOU CAN’T KILL THE BOGEYMAN: 35 YEARS OF HALLOWEEN, a new mini-documentary written and directed by our own Justin Beahm, focusing on the undeniable impact the film (and series) has had on culture and the genre. The documentary will run at all screenings coast-to-coast.

More details will be posted soon over at HalloweenMovies.com, but before the press or anyone else found out, we wanted to share the news with you, the most amazing fans in cinema. Stay tuned!

I can’t wait to get more news about this re-release. Here’s hoping it’s some kind of 4K print and it’ll be one of those FATHOM events that show in every city and town cinema, and not just limited to we lucky few who live in the larger cities.