What's the Best 'Halloween' Movie? (Poll Closed)

  • Halloween (1978)
    72.55%
    1,171 votes

     
  • Halloween II (1981)
    6.44%
    104 votes

     
  • Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)
    2.54%
    41 votes

     
  • Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later (1998)
    6.26%
    101 votes

     
  • Rob Zombie’s Halloween II (2009)
    0.74%
    12 votes

     
  • Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988)
    4.21%
    68 votes

     
  • Rob Zombie’s Halloween (2007)
    4.58%
    74 votes

     
  • Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)
    1.12%
    18 votes

     
  • Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989)
    0.74%
    12 votes

     
  • Halloween: Resurrection (2002)
    0.81%
    13 votes

     

Posted 9 months.

6 Comments

  • Rico - 8 months ago

    Rob Zombie ruined the series glad he walked away from it this new one is going to be HUGE...

  • Ra - 8 months ago

    Anything after the original could never be better. That's why it's called the original. You wouldn't have anything without it!
    What you should be asking is......
    Between all of the sequels after, ,
    Which one Of those is better??
    You can not beat an original classic!!

  • Grace - 8 months ago

    I believe resurrection was the best because she finally gets to face him .The showdown was great .I was rooting for both of them it was intense

  • Jeffrey Thornton - 8 months ago

    The original bronze age 1978. The 1981 sequal pretty good. H2O& ressuerction ok the rest forget

  • Jeffrey Thornton - 8 months ago

    The original bronze age 1978. The 1981 sequal pretty good. H2O& ressuerction ok the rest forget

  • Dan Jakubik - 8 months ago

    Halloween 1978 is a highly suspenseful low budget horror thriller that became highly influential, inspiring a new horror sub genre of slasher film. $300,000 budget, $50 million domestic box office in 1978 dollars. Director, cowriter, composer John Carpenter displays a strong knowledge of suspense and a creative early use of the then new Panaglide motion picture camera which allowed iconic point of view cinematography. The creepy stalking music score is also iconic. A highly effective horror thriller film with little blood.

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