A 1959 Movie Directed by Blake Edwards and Starring Cary Gra …
The oneHalloweensequel in which He doesn't come home,Halloween III: Season of the Witchwas producer John Carpenter's attempt to get the series away from the original's psycho-on-the-loose story line and turn it into a vehicle for more far-fetched Halloween-themed … see full wiki
The dialogue is terrible. The acting of the main performers is okay, considering what they have to work with (at one point the main character has to fight off a robotic arm broken off from an android), but outside of the leads, the acting stinks. The plot is rather far fetched for a horror film, teetering on the edge of sci-fi.
It didn't bother me that the film had little to do with Michael Myers (he has a cameo on the television screen in a bar). I think the idea of having a bunch of Halloween movies about different aspects of the holiday is great. However, it was poorly executed and that is why it failed.
The only reason for watching this film is for the "Silver Shamrock" song set to the tune of London Bridge. I sing that song every once in awhile and when someone recognizes it, an instant bond is formed because we have both set through the "horror" that is HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH.
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