Halloween 1978 Ultimate Guide Magazine

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Nobody’s safe on the streets of Haddonfield – our Halloween 1978 Ultimate Guide is the perfect companion to a cinematic night of trick or treating that became part of horror folklore and a true icon of the slasher genre.

Michael Myers has become a staple of the modern horror genre, but the story of his first screen appearance is more than a straightforward case of ‘slasher meets victims’. The Halloween 1978 Ultimate Guide from Classic Monsters heads into the darkest corners of creators John Carpenter and Debra Hill’s vision, exploring the many horrific ideas that found their identity in a blank-faced, silent maniac.

Halloween 1978 Ultimate Guide Magazine

This Halloween magazine guide is full of information, with a range of articles covering the movie’s origins and its inspiration. Unlike many other horror movies that had come before it, this one set its scenes of nerve-shredding terror in the most innocuous of surroundings, and yet unlike many of its contemporaries, it shares plenty of characteristics with horror classics from Hollywood’s golden age, showing very little gore and allowing the audience’s own imaginations to play a vital role. The Halloween 1978 Ultimate Guide captures the atmosphere of suburban slasher horror and shows how the story of Michael Myers’ homecoming set a new benchmark for the genre.

Halloween 1978 Ultimate Guide Magazine

The winning combination of established stars and unknown newcomers made Halloween a true melting pot of characters, while the collaborative production process resulted in a movie that has lost none of its power – and that’s to say nothing of the frantic, hypnotic title theme. The Halloween Ultimate Guide features informative biographies of the cast and crew whose collective achievement can still frighten us today, from stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Donald Pleasence to co-stars such as P J Soles and Nancy Kyes, and support cast members like Nancy Stephens.

Halloween 1978 Ultimate Guide Magazine

There was also a wealth of artistry going on behind the scenes: from genre legends Carpenter and Hill themselves, through to the many other members of the crew, this publication has biographies that will expand your knowledge of the movie’s team. Some notable stars almost got in on the action too, and our Halloween movie guide magazine has information on just who didn’t get onto the screen.

Halloween 1978 Ultimate Guide Magazine

As you’d expect from a Classic Monsters guide to Halloween 1978, this luxurious magazine is produced to the absolute highest standard, with a gloriously evocative cover portrait of Michael Myers by acclaimed horror artist John Febonio. Our commitment to the best image reproduction means that stills are meticulously retouched to look their best, while our use of state of the art full colour print processes ensures that even black and white images are rich and detailed. Clean, unfussy layouts ensure an easy and enjoyable reading experience as you explore each article, and it’s all wrapped up in expert finishing and quality paper stock.

Halloween 1978 Ultimate Guide Magazine

There are plenty of kids out in the neighbourhood asking for candy, but some of them seem to be a little over-excited – that would certainly explain all the screaming. So put your feet up, ignore that old sci-fi movie that’s on TV, and relax with our Halloween 1978 Ultimate Guide. Wait a second – did you hear something upstairs? And where did the babysitter go..?

  • 36 pages
  • A4
  • Full colour throughout
  • Luxury gloss laminated cover

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3 reviews for Halloween 1978 Ultimate Guide Magazine

  1. Peter Harrison (verified owner)

    Throughly enjoyable read. All the content is available on the net over various sites, but it’s nice to have a physical copy.

    Produced on high grade glossy paper, colour and b/w photos of the highest quality. Definitely worth the money, and a must have for lovers of the film.

    Certainly something that I will treasure.

  2. Daniel Skopp, USA – Wisconsin

    Another great write up of a classic movie theme!! I enjoy everything that I get!! Even thou I have been a part of the horror genre since 1958, I am always learning something new via Classic Monsters!!

  3. George Nish, Ayrshire

    I would like to congratulate you on a wonderful magazine. Absolutely love it and look forward to each new title.

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