Halloween: The Inside Story


We go behind-the-scenes on one of the most successful film franchises of all time in Halloween: The Inside Story uncovering John Carpenter’s fright fest that redefined the horror genre in the late 1970s. Shot over 21 days in 1978, for just $300k, Halloween became the highest-grossing independent movie ever made, earning $47 million at the box office and making a star of then unknown Jamie Lee Curtis. Inside Story uncovers how writer and director John Carpenter made movie magic on a shoestring budget even cutting costs by composing the theme song and how the costume department created one of the most iconic horror villains in movie history by spray painting a mask of Captain Kirk.

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