See the original Halloween classic on the big screen.
First of all, the mask worn by psychotic murderer “Michael Myers” in the 1978 classic horror flick “Halloween” was a Captain Kirk Halloween mask painted white.
Yes, the man behind a million nightmares is William Shatner. Or rather, his face.
Trivia aside, the movie that launched a new wave of horror movies (as well as a seemingly endless number of sequels) is returning to the big screen for a one-night-only run on Thursday, Oct. 30, the day before Halloween.
For those that need a refresher, a then-largely unknown Jamie Lee Curtis is tormented by a psychotic murderer who had been institutionalized since childhood for the murder of his sister. Once he escapes, he stalks Curtis and her friends while his doctor (Donald Pleasance) chases him through the streets.
The film kick-started both Curtis’ and director John Carpenter’s careers and remains a horror classic.
Thursday, Oct. 30
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