HMSG: 16 HALLOWEEN “It’s Halloween. Everyone is entitled to one good scare.”

Halloween – What better movie to watch on Halloween than…Halloween! Yes, a little on the nose, but it just fits so perfectly, how can you not? John Carpenter’s 1978 slasher flick introduced killer extraordinaire Michael Myers to the horror world, and made Jamie Lee Curtis into a bonafide scream queen.

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