Classic Halloween Franchise Returns to Theaters This Fall

Next to come Halloween end won’t be the only one Halloween film hitting theaters this fall. CineLife Entertainment, a division of Spotlight Cinema Networks, has just announced that John Carpenter’s 1978 original will be re-released in theaters for the second consecutive year. The sequels will also be back on the big screen alongside the original film. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers et Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers. The trio of Halloween the classics will start hitting theaters again in September.

“We are thrilled to once again present the legendary Halloween franchise in theaters and continue our strong partnership with Trancas International Films and Compass International Pictures,” Bernadette McCabe, executive vice president of CineLife Entertainment, said in a statement. ” Halloween Fans across the country have shown their unwavering appreciation for the iconic series over the years and we’re thrilled to have the opportunity to bring back such a well-received tradition.

Ryan Freimann, Senior Vice President of Trancas and Compass, added: “The overwhelmingly positive reaction from fans, old and new, each year having the opportunity to see this iconic film on the big screen with an audience, coupled with the upcoming release in October from director David Gordon Green. new sequel, Halloween Ends, makes us even more excited to continue screenings of this legendary franchise that elevates the Halloween spirit and unites the fans. »

Michael Myers is back on the big screen

L’original Halloween The film debuted on October 25, 1978, kicking off a franchise that’s still going strong to this day. Jamie Lee Curtis starred in this film as Laurie Strode, a babysitter targeted by a masked maniac named Michael Myers who goes on a murderous rampage on Halloween night. The acclaimed film has inspired a variety of sequels and reboots, culminating in the October release of the latest film. Halloween end with Curtis reprising her role as Laurie.

After Michael Myers sat down Halloween III: Season of the Witch producer Moustapha Akkad sought to bring the Boogeyman back into Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers. The film features Danielle Harris as Jamie Lloyd, Laurie’s daughter who lives in Haddonfield with a foster family. Harris would reprise the role of Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers who created in 1989.

For tickets and more information about the screenings, you can visit the official CineLife Entertainment website.

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