Fifteen years after murdering his sister on Halloween night 1963, Michael Myers escapes from a mental hospital and returns to the small town of Haddonfield, Illinois to kill again.
Q&A with actress and activist Nancy Stephens to follow the screening.
Filmmaker Bio: John Howard Carpenter is an American filmmaker, screenwriter, and musician. He began making short films in 1962, and won an Academy Award for Best Live-Action Short Subject in 1970, for The Resurrection of Broncho Billy, which he made while at USC. Carpenter formed a band in the mid-1970s called The Coupe de Villes, which included future directors Tommy Lee Wallace and Nick Castle. Since the 1970s, he has had numerous roles in the film industry including writer, actor, composer, producer, and director. After directing Dark Star, he has helmed both classic horror films like Halloween, The Fog, and The Thing, and noted sci-fi tales like Escape from New York and Starman.