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John Carpenter's "Halloween" coming back to the big screen starting tomorrow

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It's been sequelized and remade over the years, but many still consider John Carpenter's 1978 horror classic "Halloween" as the best one.

For those who were too young the first time or just want to see it again in theaters, now is your chance.

Trancas International Films, Compass International Pictures and Screenvision are bringing "Halloween" back to over five hundred cinemas across the country this week, in a limited engagement.

Fans will also get to see a new 10-minute mini-documentary, "You Can't Kill The Boogeyman," which will screen before "Halloween," giving an overview of the history and impact of Carpenter's classic.

Screenings start tomorrow. You can go here to see which theaters are playing it and buy tickets.

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