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Nancy Loomis played Annie, Laurie Strode's best friend, in the first "Halloween" film. In this film, she has a cameo as Dr. Challis' ex-wife Linda, which was the name of Annie and Laurie's other best friend in the first film. See more »
After Challis fills out the Rose of Shannon motel registry and heads back to his and Ellie's newly reserved room, he passes one of the other motel rooms and the door is shut. When Little Buddy Kupfer's bike falls off his family's RV and Buddy Sr. begins to thank Challis, the same shut door he just passed is now open. See more »
In Germany the uncut version was released on DVD but not shown on TV. There are two different TV versions which were both cut. The longer cut version includes the complete original title in the opening sequence and the shortest version only includes "Halloween III" as title. See more »
First of all, I love the Halloween series. Why this movie has the name Halloween is beyond me. It has more in common with The Invasion of the Body Snatchers.
The story, involving a mad toy manufacturer plotting to kill millions of children on Halloween night, is creepy enough but the whole excecution is downright awful. There's no suspense here whatsover. There's not a single creative thought, it's all ripped off from better movies. If the movie had any real gore, it might stand out somewhat, but they couldn't even do that right.
This one goes down as a total failure, on all accounts, and the name Halloween should be wiped out and the film simply called "The Season of the Witch".
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