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MOVIE POLL: What was the first HALLOWEEN movie you saw on the big screen?

10.08.2013by: The Arrow

What was the first HALLOWEEN movie you saw on the big screen?

Halloween (1978)
Halloween II (1981)
Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989)
Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)
Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998)
Halloween: Resurrection (2002)
Halloween (2007)
Halloween (2009)
I've never seen one on the big screen.

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2:09PM on 10/09/2013
Season of the Witch.
Season of the Witch.
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9:57AM on 10/09/2013
Halloween H20, which was the second horror film I saw in theaters (Scream 2 being the first) so it brings back great memories. I made sure I saw the first two before checking it out, somehow I knew the other sequels were dismissed. I was only nine at the time.
Halloween H20, which was the second horror film I saw in theaters (Scream 2 being the first) so it brings back great memories. I made sure I saw the first two before checking it out, somehow I knew the other sequels were dismissed. I was only nine at the time.
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4:24PM on 10/08/2013

Halloween H20

Saw it with my big sis who wanted to see it for a second time and I couldn't convince any of my friends to want to see it (bearing in mind the state of the franchise then). IMO it made Michael and the series scary again.. until Resurrection. Oh well. I get it's a bit of a black sheep for some but I loved it then and still love it now. Faults and all. I'd loved the original non-Screamified cut to be released.
I do wish I could have exprienced the original for the first time on the big
Saw it with my big sis who wanted to see it for a second time and I couldn't convince any of my friends to want to see it (bearing in mind the state of the franchise then). IMO it made Michael and the series scary again.. until Resurrection. Oh well. I get it's a bit of a black sheep for some but I loved it then and still love it now. Faults and all. I'd loved the original non-Screamified cut to be released.
I do wish I could have exprienced the original for the first time on the big screen though. That would be awesome. Oh and that new movie with cool artwork and pitch video that was this site a while ago - yes please!!! Make it now!
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1:43PM on 10/08/2013

The Return of Michael Myers

Halloween 4 was released on my 13th birthday (Oct. 21, 1988) so I was in heaven and I begged my older sister to take me. Before I was old enough to go without an "adult", she would take me to all of the horror releases that I nagged her to take me to. That is love right there.
Halloween 4 was released on my 13th birthday (Oct. 21, 1988) so I was in heaven and I begged my older sister to take me. Before I was old enough to go without an "adult", she would take me to all of the horror releases that I nagged her to take me to. That is love right there.
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1:09PM on 10/08/2013

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HALLOWEEN,....And thats where it all started for me
HALLOWEEN,....And thats where it all started for me
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12:32PM on 10/08/2013
For me it was Halloween 4! I have a been a better man ever since!
For me it was Halloween 4! I have a been a better man ever since!
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12:16PM on 10/08/2013
H20 loved it still do imo it ended with that one
H20 loved it still do imo it ended with that one
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11:56AM on 10/08/2013
Resurrection for me. Not a great way to start off my Halloween theatrical experience but I was only 13 at the time and I really enjoyed the film. Over the years you grow up and realize it was barely average.
Resurrection for me. Not a great way to start off my Halloween theatrical experience but I was only 13 at the time and I really enjoyed the film. Over the years you grow up and realize it was barely average.
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10:40AM on 10/08/2013
Curse of Michael Myers for me. I had seen Halloween I & II when I was pretty young and loved them. I owned the original on VHS and I remember renting II, III, 4 and 5 on VHS right before Curse came out, as I had never seen III-5. This is when I discovered that III was what it was, but I immediately loved it for its completely gonzo nature. To say that I was disappointed in 6 while leaving the theater is an understatement.
Curse of Michael Myers for me. I had seen Halloween I & II when I was pretty young and loved them. I owned the original on VHS and I remember renting II, III, 4 and 5 on VHS right before Curse came out, as I had never seen III-5. This is when I discovered that III was what it was, but I immediately loved it for its completely gonzo nature. To say that I was disappointed in 6 while leaving the theater is an understatement.
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10:01AM on 10/08/2013
Halloween H20 for me - I remember watching it on the first time on the big screen. It took my breath away. Sure, it was around Scream era but with Halloween H20 ending it just left you breathless.
Halloween H20 for me - I remember watching it on the first time on the big screen. It took my breath away. Sure, it was around Scream era but with Halloween H20 ending it just left you breathless.
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