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The fourth sequel to John Carpenter’s seminal Halloween (and the third to feature Michael Myers) is one of the most divisive in the franchise. Dread Central’s Travis Mullins talks to writer Robert Harders about his story proposal that would have taken it in a very different direction.
As we edge ever nearer to the return of Pennywise on the big screen, Dragon Rebound Editions are offering some awesome, not to mention awesomely expensive, first editions of King’s classic novel.
Thirty-one years after its release, genre favourite Bill Moseley took to Facebook to reflect on Tobe Hooper’s underappreciated sequel.
We’re all very familiar with the deliciously seductive tones of Vincent Price narrating Michael Jackson’s Thriller, but he wasn’t writer Rod Temperton’s first choice.
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