Halloween: 1978 vs. 2007
All Hallows Eve is upon us once again children. While we've got more important things to be worrying about without GHOSTS & GOBLINS, there is one shape that we are on the lookout for: he's tall, ruggedly handsome in that albino sense of the word & has a penchant for sororicide. No, not William Shatner, that's just the mask.
John Carpenter may have changed the pace in the 70's for what would come, but Rob Zombie altered the course by forcing people to look back and remember where the 00's came from when it comes to horror. In certain ways, each version stepped outside its contemporary boundaries. To sit down and watch them close together you may walk away with a favorite, but it's fair to say that the other was pretty darn good. Each goes at it from a significantly different angle.
Turn your lights down (where applicable) and get under the covers while Christosaurus & Mattenstein talk about the thing that is more human than human and has come to chew bubble gum and kick ass under a black sunshine. It's Big Trouble in Little Illinois cause you're never gonna stop him in that dense the fog.
Yeah - Wow! Demon-warp is coming alive in 1970 - eight - eight - eight.