The slasher movie was the genre that just kept on giving. By the early eighties sequel pitching had reached the sort of levels previously reserved for James Bond, yearly outings that saw many a horror franchise march undeterred towards double figure releases. The one franchise that had the toughest time keeping up was Halloween. Unlike most of the movie's contemporaries John Carpenter's 1978 masterwork had genunine pedigree. The problem was how to maintain this quality through sequel after sequel. This wasn't an issue for slashers that hadn't been much cop in the first place, but Haddonfield revisits had a tough legacy to live up to. So to help you decide which Haddonfield outings are worth a revisit FilmsFilmsFilms looks back over the entire Halloween saga from the first slice to the last dice.
1. Halloween (1978)
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