Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) Review! What do Stonehenge, cheap masks, and the 80’s have in common? This movie!


Director: Tommy Lee Wallace
Writer: Tommy Lee Wallace, John Carpenter (uncredited), Nigel Kneale (uncredited)
Starring: Tom Atkins, Stacey Nelkin, Dan O’Herlihy, Ralph Strait, Jadeen Barbor, and Brad Schacter

Halloween III: Season of the Witch is known primarily as the black sheep of the Halloween franchise, and for good reason. It’s the only film in the series not to feature serial killer Michael Myers, and one of a handful in the original series that doesn’t have Jamie Lee Curtis gracing the screen (though her voice is in uncredited attendance). Those facts caused Halloween III to be largely maligned throughout its existence, but it stands on its own as a unique and influential freshman horror romp from now-veteran Writer/Director Tommy Lee Wallace (It 1990, Fright Night Part 2).

Ultimately, if you like the flavor of 80’s flicks like Fright Night, Lamberto Bava’s Demons, or The Fog (1980), then you’ll find Halloween III interesting. Check out my full review with gruesome screenshots at HorrorNews.Net!

About nathanjwyckoff

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