One of the most iconic horror films of all time is returning to theaters for a week in October. It was announced yesterday that John Carpenter’s classic film, Halloween, will be rereleased on Oct. 25 and run through Oct. 31 in select theaters around the country.
This reintroduction to one of horror’s most iconic creations will be the widest distribution the film has seen since it was originally released in 1978. Often credited as the original “slasher” horror movie, Halloween, is known for its instantly recognizable soundtrack and it’s terrifying villain, Michael Myers.
The rerelease will also include a documentary titled You Can’t Kill The Boogeyman: 35 Years of Halloween.