"Happy, happy Halloween, Halloween, Halloween.
Happy, happy Halloween, Silver Shamrock!"
John Carpenter and Debra Hill are back! But they didn’t bring Michael Myers with them! And that’s why no one liked this movie when it was released in 1982. Their loss! Tom “NIGHT OF THE CREEPS” Atkins stars as a bad dad on the trail of a string of brutal murders that might be connected to a Halloween mask-maker . . . and a small town’s sinister secrets. The first (and last) step towards turning the HALLOWEEN franchise into a series of unconnected movies that take place on Halloween, Carpenter and Hill deliver an incredible nerve-shredder that’s more in-line with a late-80s Stephen King novel than HALLOWEEN. And that’s a great thing for us, especially considering that HALLOWEEN III features one of Carpenter and co-writer Alan Howarth’s most life-affirming synthesizer scores. Warning: This movie will be played loud.