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Halloween ist eine kommerziell erfolgreiche Horrorfilm-Reihe, die auf den Film Halloween – Die Nacht des Grauens von John Carpenter zurückgeht. Von 19erschienen sieben Fortsetzungen, eine Neuverfilmung und deren Fortsetzung. Halloween ist eine kommerziell erfolgreiche Horrorfilm-Reihe, die auf den Film Halloween – Die Nacht des Grauens () von John Carpenter , Halloween III · Tommy Lee Wallace , Halloween V – Die Rache des Michael Myers · Dominique Othenin-Girard, Michael Jacobs, Dominique Othenin-Girard. Europäische Audiovisuelle Informationsstelle, abgerufen am März Einklappen. Filme der Halloween-Reihe · Halloween – Die Nacht des Grauens (). Halloween ein Film von David Gordon Green mit Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer. bahnbrechender Slasher-Klassiker „Halloween – Die Nacht des Grauens“ hat „Halloween III“) sowie einen Reboot mit eigenem Sequel nach sich gezogen. Welche Filme ihr vorher gesehen haben müsst und warum ihr einen der 11 Filme einfach ignorieren.. „Halloween - Die Nacht des Grauens“ (); „Halloween II - Das „Halloween V - Die Rache des Michael Myers“ (); „Halloween VI In „Halloween III“ versucht ein Arzt, mithilfe von präparierten.
Halloween - Die Nacht des Grauens (): Der Auftakt zu der ikonischen Filmreihe. Halloween III (): Dieser Film beschäftigt sich nicht mit den Halloween V - Die Rache des Michael Myers (): Wieder konnte der. Halloween ein Film von David Gordon Green mit Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer. bahnbrechender Slasher-Klassiker „Halloween – Die Nacht des Grauens“ hat „Halloween III“) sowie einen Reboot mit eigenem Sequel nach sich gezogen. Halloween ist eine kommerziell erfolgreiche Horrorfilm-Reihe, die auf den Film Halloween – Die Nacht des Grauens von John Carpenter zurückgeht. Von 19erschienen sieben Fortsetzungen, eine Neuverfilmung und deren Fortsetzung.
Jackson A L. Leva tiros, facadas, paneladas e continua como se fosse imortal. Rodrigo Gomes. Muito interessante ver a cronologia que e manteve nos filmes.
Assisti Haloween em VHS quando eu tinha 8 anos. Leia Mais. Bia d. Curiosidades das filmagens. Levaram a bola embora A Dimension Films perdeu os direitos da franquia Halloween.
Halloween Kills escala Anthony Michael Hall como personagem do filme original. A Entidade. O Iluminado. Kkkk pqp. Ah, e tem bastante sangue, facas e mortes aos montes, sem qualquer censura.
De todos os filmes com o Michael Meyers, esse pode ser considerado o melhor e o diretor David Gordon Green e os produtores conseguiram provar que velhos personagens, quando bem trabalhados, ainda rendem bons filmes O filme que inspirou Sexta Feira 13 virou a criatura Jamie Lee Curtis maravilhosamente bem novamente no papel.
O melhor da franquia PQP muito bom. Simplesmente o melhor filme da franquia, sem mais Melhor de ! Film director Bob Clark suggested in an interview released in  that Carpenter had asked him for his own ideas for a sequel to his film Black Christmas written by Roy Moore that featured an unseen and motiveless killer murdering students in a university sorority house.
As also stated in the documentary Clarkworld written and directed by Clark's former production designer Deren Abram after Clark's tragic death in , Carpenter directly asked Clark about his thoughts on developing the anonymous slasher in Black Christmas :.
I did a film about three years later, started a film with John Carpenter, it was his first film for Warner Bros.
I was through with horror, I didn't come into the business to do just horror. He said, 'Well what would you do if you did do a sequel?
And I would call it Halloween. The truth is John didn't copy Black Christmas , he wrote a script, directed the script, did the casting.
Halloween is his movie and besides, the script came to him already titled anyway. He liked Black Christmas and may have been influenced by it, but in no way did John Carpenter copy the idea.
Fifteen other people at that time had thought to do a movie called Halloween but the script came to John with that title on it. It took approximately 10 days to write the screenplay.
According to a Fangoria interview with Hill, "Yablans wanted the script written like a radio show, with 'boos' every 10 minutes. Although Samhain is not mentioned in the plot of the first film, Hill asserts that:.
We went back to the old idea of Samhain, that Halloween was the night where all the souls are let out to wreak havoc on the living, and then came up with the story about the most evil kid who ever lived.
And when John came up with this fable of a town with a dark secret of someone who once lived there, and now that evil has come back, that's what made Halloween work.
Hill, who had worked as a babysitter during her teenage years, wrote most of the female characters' dialogue,  while Carpenter drafted Loomis' speeches on the soullessness of Michael Myers.
Many script details were drawn from Carpenter's and Hill's own backgrounds and early careers: The fictional town of Haddonfield, Illinois was derived from Haddonfield, New Jersey, where Hill was raised,  while several of the street names were taken from Carpenter's hometown of Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Thomas J. In devising the backstory for the film's villain, Michael Myers, Carpenter drew on "haunted house" folklore that exists in many small American communities: "Most small towns have a kind of haunted house story of one kind or another," he stated.
There's always a house down the lane that somebody was killed in, or that somebody went crazy in. The ending scene of Michael being shot six times, and then disappearing after falling off the balcony, was meant to terrify the imagination of the audience.
Carpenter tried to keep the audience guessing as to who Michael Myers really is—he is gone, and everywhere at the same time; he is more than human; he may be supernatural, and no one knows how he got that way.
To Carpenter, keeping the audience guessing was better than explaining away the character with "he's cursed by some Carpenter has described Halloween as: "True crass exploitation.
I decided to make a film I would love to have seen as a kid, full of cheap tricks like a haunted house at a fair where you walk down the corridor and things jump out at you.
Loomis was originally intended for Peter Cushing , who had recently appeared as Grand Moff Tarkin in Star Wars ; Cushing's agent rejected Carpenter's offer due to the low salary.
In an interview, Carpenter admits that "Jamie Lee wasn't the first choice for Laurie. I had no idea who she was. However, Lockhart had commitments to several other film and television projects.
Soles to play Lynda Van Der Klok, another loquacious friend of Laurie's, best remembered in the film for dialogue peppered with the word "totally.
The role of "The Shape"—as the masked Michael Myers character was billed in the end credits—was played by Nick Castle , who befriended Carpenter while they attended the University of Southern California.
Moran was a struggling actor before he got the role. When Moran went to audition for the role of Michael, he met for an interview with Carpenter and Yablans.
He later got a call back and was told he had got the part. Will Sandin played the unmasked young Michael in the beginning of the film.
Carpenter also provided uncredited voice work as Paul, Annie's boyfriend. Akkad worried over the tight, four-week schedule, low budget, and Carpenter's limited experience as a filmmaker, but told Fangoria : "Two things made me decide.
One, Carpenter told me the story verbally and in a suspenseful way, almost frame for frame. Second, he told me he didn't want to take any fees, and that showed he had confidence in the project".
Because of the low budget, wardrobe and props were often crafted from items on hand or that could be purchased inexpensively.
Carpenter hired Tommy Lee Wallace as production designer, art director, location scout and co-editor.
In the script it said Michael Myers's mask had 'the pale features of a human face' and it truly was spooky looking. I can only imagine the result if they hadn't painted the mask white.
Children would be checking their closet for William Shatner after Tommy got through with it. Halloween was filmed in 20 days over a four-week period in May An abandoned house owned by a church stood in as the Myers house.
Two homes on Orange Grove Avenue near Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood were used for the film's climax, as the street had few palm trees, and thus closely resembled a Midwestern street.
Carpenter worked with the cast to create the desired effect of terror and suspense. According to Curtis, Carpenter created a "fear meter" because the film was shot out-of-sequence and she was not sure what her character's level of terror should be in certain scenes.
She had different facial expressions and scream volumes for each level on the meter. In addition to the film's critical and commercial success, Carpenter's self-composed "Halloween Theme" became recognizable apart from the film.
Some songs can be heard in the film, one being an untitled song performed by Carpenter and a group of his friends who formed a band called The Coupe De Villes.
The song is heard as Laurie steps into Annie's car on her way to babysit Tommy Doyle. On September 7, , the official Halloween Movies Facebook page announced that the original Halloween would be re-released starting October 25, in celebration of the film's 35th anniversary in A new documentary was screened before the film at all locations, titled You Can't Kill the Boogeyman: 35 Years of Halloween, written and directed by HalloweenMovies.
The newly filmed scenes include Dr. Loomis at a hospital board review of Michael Myers and Dr. Loomis talking to a thenyear-old Michael at Smith's Grove, telling him, "You've fooled them, haven't you, Michael?
But not me. Loomis at Smith's Grove examining Michael's abandoned cell after his escape and seeing the word "Sister" scratched into the door.
The new scene had Laurie's hair hidden by a towel, since Curtis was by then wearing a much shorter hairstyle than she had worn in In August , Fangoria reported that Synapse Films had discovered boxes of negatives containing footage cut from the film.
One was labeled "" suggesting that it was additional footage for the television version of the film.
Synapse owner Don May, Jr. Luckily, Billy [Kirkus] was able to find this material before it was destroyed. The story on how we got the negative is a long one, but we'll save it for when we're able to showcase the materials in some way.
Kirkus should be commended for pretty much saving the Holy Grail of horror films". There is no sound in any of the reels so far, since none of it was used in the final edit".
Upon its initial release, Halloween performed well with little advertising—relying mostly on word-of-mouth, but many critics seemed uninterested or dismissive of the film.
Pauline Kael wrote a scathing review in The New Yorker suggesting that "Carpenter doesn't seem to have had any life outside the movies: one can trace almost every idea on the screen to directors such as Hitchcock and Brian De Palma and to the Val Lewton productions" and claiming that "Maybe when a horror film is stripped of everything but dumb scariness—when it isn't ashamed to revive the stalest device of the genre the escaped lunatic —it satisfies part of the audience in a more basic, childish way than sophisticated horror pictures do.
The Los Angeles Times deemed the film a "well-made but empty and morbid thriller,"  while Bill von Maurer of The Miami Times felt it was "surprisingly good," noting: "Taken on its own level, Halloween is a terrifying movie—if you are the right age and the right mood.
He repeatedly sets up anticipation of a shock and delays the shock for varying lengths of time. The tension is considerable.
More than once during the movie I looked around just to make sure that no one weird was sitting behind me. Presumably, Carpenter imagines he's building up spinetingling anticipation, but his techniques are so transparent and laborious that the result is attenuation rather than tension.
Allen pointed out the stylistic similarities to Psycho and George A. Romero 's Night of the Living Dead The following month, Voice lead critic Andrew Sarris wrote a follow-up feature on cult films , citing Allen's appraisal of Halloween and writing in the lead sentence that the film "bids fair to become the cult discovery of Audiences have been heard screaming at its horrifying climaxes".
It's frightening. Maybe you don't like movies that are really scary: Then don't see this one. Years after its debut, Halloween is considered by many as one of the best films of The consensus reads: "Scary, suspenseful, and viscerally thrilling, Halloween set the standard for modern horror films.
Many compared the film with the work of Alfred Hitchcock, although TV Guide calls comparisons made to Psycho "silly and groundless"  and some critics in the late s and early s blamed the film for spawning the slasher subgenre, which they felt had rapidly descended into sadism and misogyny.
Claiming it encouraged audience identification with the killer, Martin and Porter pointed to the way "the camera moves in on the screaming, pleading, victim, 'looks down' at the knife, and then plunges it into chest, ear, or eyeball.
Now that's sick. Since Halloween ' s premiere, it has been released in several home video formats.
On October 2, , the film was released for the first time on Blu-ray by Anchor Bay. It is also available online for computer and other devices viewing streaming rentals and downloadable files through Amazon.
American Film Institute lists. The film has often been cited [ by whom? Believe me, I'm not. In Halloween , I viewed the characters as simply normal teenagers.
Although she manages to repel the killer several times, in the end, Strode is rescued in Halloween and Halloween II only when Dr. Loomis arrives to shoot Myers.
Other feminist scholars such as Carol J. Clover argue that despite the violence against women, Halloween and other slasher films turned women into heroines.
Despite the fact that Loomis saves Strode, Clover asserts that Halloween initiates the role of the " final girl " who ultimately triumphs in the end.
Strode fights back against Myers and severely wounds him. Briefel further argues that these moments are masochistic in nature and give pleasure to men because they are willingly submitting themselves to the women of the film; they submit themselves temporarily because it will make their return to authority even more powerful.
She remarks that parental figures are almost entirely absent throughout the film, noting that when Laurie is attacked by Michael while babysitting, "No parents, either of the teenagers or of the children left in their charge, call to check on their children or arrive to keen over them.
Another major theme found in the film is the dangers of premarital sex. Clover believes that killers in slasher films are fueled by a "psychosexual fury"  and that all the killings are sexual in nature.
She reinforces this idea by saying that "guns have no place in slasher films" and when examining the film I Spit on Your Grave she notes that "a hands-on killing answers a hands-on rape in a way that a shooting, even a shooting preceded by a humiliation, does not.
She remarks that Laurie's friends "think of their babysitting jobs as opportunities to share drinks and beds with their boyfriends.
One by one they are killed The dangers of suburbia is another major theme that runs throughout the film and the slasher genre at large: Pat Gill states that slasher films "seem to mock white flight to gated communities, in particular the attempts of parents to shield their children from the dangerous influences represented by the city.
Michael is thought by some to represent evil in the film. This is based on the common belief that evil never dies, nor does evil show any remorse.
This idea is demonstrated in the film when Dr. Loomis discusses Michael's history with the sheriff. Loomis states, "I spent eight years trying to reach him [Michael Myers], and then another seven trying to keep him locked up because I realized that what was living behind that boy's eyes was purely and simply Carpenter himself dismisses the notion that Halloween is a morality play , regarding it as merely a horror film.
He explains, "The one girl who is the most sexually uptight just keeps stabbing this guy with a long knife.
She's the most sexually frustrated. She's the one that's killed him. Not because she's a virgin but because all that sexually repressed energy starts coming out.
She uses all those phallic symbols on the guy. Historian Nicholas Rogers notes that film critics contend that Carpenter's direction and camera work made Halloween a "resounding success.
Carpenter is uncannily skilled, for example, at the use of foregrounds in his compositions, and everyone who likes thrillers knows that foregrounds are crucial.
The camera slowly moves toward the jack-o'-lantern's left eye as the main title theme plays. After the camera fully closes in, the jack-o'-lantern's light dims and goes out.
Film historian J. Telotte says that this scene "clearly announces that [the film's] primary concern will be with the way in which we see ourselves and others and the consequences that often attend our usual manner of perception.
The first scene of the young Michael's voyeurism is followed by the murder of Judith seen through the eye holes of Michael's clown costume mask.
According to scholar Nicholas Rogers, Carpenter's "frequent use of the unmounted first-person camera to represent the killer's point of view In a single, wonderfully fluid tracking shot, the camera establishes the quiet character of a suburban street, the sexual hanky-panky going on between a teenage couple in one of the staid-looking homes, the departure of the boyfriend, a hand in the kitchen drawer removing a butcher's knife, the view on the way upstairs from behind the eye-slits of a Halloween mask, the murder of a half-nude young girl seated at her dressing table, the descent downstairs and whammo!
The killer stands speechless on the lawn, holding the bloody knife, a small boy in a satin clown suit with a newly-returned parent on each side shrieking in an attempt to find out what the spectacle means.
Halloween is a widely influential film within the horror genre; it was largely responsible for the popularization of slasher films in the s and helped develop the slasher genre.
Halloween popularized many tropes that have become completely synonymous with the slasher genre. Halloween helped to popularize the final girl trope , the killing off of characters who are substance abusers or sexually promiscuous,  and the use of a theme song for the killer.
Carpenter also shot many scenes from the perspective of the killer in order to build tension. These elements have become so established that many historians argue that Halloween is responsible for the new wave of horror that emerged during the s.
The major themes present in Halloween also became common in the slasher films it inspired. Film scholar Pat Gill notes that in Halloween , there is a theme of absentee parents  but films such as A Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th feature the parents becoming directly responsible for the creation of the killer.
There are slasher films that predated Halloween , such as Silent Night, Bloody Night , The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and Black Christmas which contained prominent elements of the slasher genre; both involving a group of teenagers being murdered by a stranger as well as having the final girl trope.
Halloween , however, is considered by historians as being responsible for the new wave of horror films, because it not only used these tropes but also pioneered many others.
A mass market paperback novelization of the same name , written by Curtis Richards a pseudonym that was used by author Richard Curtis , was published by Bantam Books in It was reissued in The novelization adds aspects not featured in the film, such as the origins of the curse of Samhain and Michael Myers' life in Smith's Grove Sanatorium, which contradict its source material.
For example, the novel's version of Michael speaks during his time at the sanitarium;  in the film, Dr. Loomis states, "He hasn't spoken a word in fifteen years.
In , Halloween was adapted as a video game for the Atari by Wizard Video. Players take on the role of a teenage babysitter who tries to save as many children from an unnamed, knife-wielding killer as possible.
It was simply a piece of tape with "Halloween" written in marker. When the babysitter is killed, her head disappears and is replaced by blood pulsating from the neck as she runs around exaggeratedly.
The game's primary similarity to the film is the theme music that plays when the killer appears onscreen.
Halloween spawned seven sequels. It begins exactly where Halloween ends and was intended to finish the story of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode.
Carpenter did not direct any of the subsequent films in the Halloween series, although he did produce Halloween III: Season of the Witch , the plot of which is unrelated to the other films in the series due to the absence of Michael Myers.
Even without considering the third film, the Halloween series contains continuity issues, which some sources attribute to the different writers and directors involved in each film.
A remake was released in , directed by Rob Zombie , which itself was followed by a sequel. An eleventh installment was released in the United States in The film, directed by David Gordon Green , is a direct sequel to the original film while disregarding the previous sequels from canon , and retconing the ending of the first film.
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