Prepare for a bone-chilling experience with the Officially Licensed Halloween 2018 Michael Myers Mask! Crafted by the frightful talents of Christopher Nelson, Vincent Van Dyke, and Justin Mabry, this mask is an exact replica of the one worn by Michael Myers in the upcoming film. Get ready to encounter the terror of Halloween 2018, opening on October 19th, 2018! Don't miss out on this spine-tingling masterpiece. © 2018 Miramax, LLC. All Rights Reserved. MIRAMAX and Halloween 2018 are the trademarks or registered trademarks of Miramax, LLC. Used under license.
John Carpenter, the master of horror, has declared Halloween (2018) as the pinnacle of the series since its iconic inception. As the third film in Carpenter's early career, Halloween was brought to life on a meager budget in 1978. Fueled by Carpenter's unparalleled artistry in crafting suspense and tension, Halloween swiftly rose to become one of the most triumphant independent movies ever made, birthing the infamous slasher movie subgenre. Not only did it establish the enigmatic Michael Myers as an enduring icon, but it also left producers craving sequels.
While Carpenter initially hesitated to venture into the realm of Halloween II, believing that the tale had been fully told, he chose a different path. Instead, he penned and produced the chilling 1981 movie, which unveiled a startling revelation; the malevolent Michael Myers and the tormented Laurie Strode (played by the talented Jamie Lee Curtis) were, in fact, siblings. By the end of this spine-tingling installment, Michael appeared to meet his ultimate demise, and Halloween III, another Carpenter-produced endeavor, ventured into uncharted territory, exploring an all-new narrative. Although met with a lukewarm reception from fans, Carpenter's vision shifted away from the series when Michael inevitably returned for Halloween IV: The Return Of Michael Myers.
Since that time, Carpenter, a figure absent from the franchise, was enticed back into the Halloween universe by the innovative minds at Blumhouse. Signing on as the film's composer, he will score the upcoming sequel directed by David Gordon Green. Not stopping there, Carpenter also took up the mantle of executive producer and creative consultant during the production of this groundbreaking project. The latest Halloween installment strives to serve as the quintessential embodiment of the entire series, showcasing a renewed sense of terror. In a mesmerizing featurette, Carpenter attests to the superiority of the 2018 film, proclaiming it as a cinematic tour de force that rivals even the original 1978 masterpiece, stating, "This was as good as I’ve seen since we did the first movie." Truly a testament to the enduring brilliance of an unparalleled horror legacy.