‘Halloween III: Season of the Witch’ (1982) Movie Review

I Simply LOVE “Halloween III: Season Of The Witch” And Have Always Said Had It Just Come Out As “Halloween: Season Of The Witch” or Simply “Season Of The Witch” It Would Have Likely Done Exceptionally Well, And Would Be Much More Highly Regarded As A Quality Horror Flick, Both In 1982 AND Today.
I Do LOVE This Flick, And I’m Glad To See It Getting Its Due! 😀
Great Work, Mr. Fister! 😉


Written & Directed by Tommy Lee Wallace

Starring: Tom Atkins, Stacey Nelkin, Dan O’Herlihy

A large Halloween mask-making company has plans to kill millions of American children with something sinister hidden in Halloween masks.

This third entry in the Halloween series takes a lot of unjust shit that it shouldn’t. A solid stand-alone horror flick, this was deemed guilty and executed when the trademark masked killer, Michael Myers, didn’t make an appearance. If you like horror movies, Halloween-themed horror movies, this should be on your top ten list of schlocky, but awesome films.

A lone man is running from men in black suits. He makes it to the hospital clutching a pumpkin mask. Everyone thinks the poor guy is nuts as he spouts off apocalyptic warnings. Later in the night, a man in a suit appears and kills the mask clutching patient. The man calmly walks to his car in…

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