REVIEW: Halloween III: Season of the Witch [1982]

“They’re fun. They’re frightening. And they glow in the dark.” After the insane success of John Carpenter‘s Halloween and the modest follow-through of its sequel Halloween II ($70 million on a $300,000 budget and $25.5 million on a $2.5 million budget respectively), the director readied to leave Haddonfield, Laurie Strode, and their malevolent predator behind. […]