Hal­loween re­vives a Car­pen­ter clas­sic

Win tick­ets to see se­quel to 1978 hor­ror movie

Hamilton Advertiser - - WILDLIFE WATCH - Staff re­porter

Your Ad­ver­tiser has teamed up with our friends at the Vue Cinema to bring you yet an­other fan­tas­tic movie com­pe­ti­tion.

We have a pair of tick­ets to give away to a screen­ing of Hal­loween, which was re­leased last week.

Lau­rie Strode comes to face-to-face with masked mur­derer Michael My­ers once again, ex­actly 40 years after he first ter­rorised the res­i­dents of Had­don­field.

The orig­i­nal Hal­loween (1978) shaped the hor­ror genre for many years to come, made a star of Jamie Lee Curtis (The Fog, True Lies), and gave us one of cinema’s most haunt­ing and iconic scores. The all-new Hal­loween for­gets all nine of the fran­chise se­quels, and in­stead acts as a fol­low-up to that first clas­sic in­stal­ment.

John Car­pen­ter, who di­rected and scored the first film, is back on board to com­pose a brand-new score and act as ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer, while Jamie Lee Curtis reprises her role as Lau­rie Strode.

Nick Cas­tle also re­turns as Michael My­ers, in the film which prom­ises to de­liver Lau­rie’s fi­nal con­fronta­tion with the silent-but-deadly se­rial killer.

Blum­house Pro­duc­tions have been be­hind a num­ber of crit­i­cally­ac­claimed hor­ror hits, in­clud­ing Get Out and Split, as well as the megapop­u­lar Para­nor­mal Ac­tiv­ity, In­sid­i­ous, Sin­is­ter and Purge fran­chises.

Tick­ets for all shows at the Vue cinema, all day, ev­ery day are £4.99.

To be in with a chance of win­ning the tick­ets for the screen­ing fill out the coupon below and send it to: Hamil­ton Ad­ver­tiser, Vue Com­pe­ti­tion, Bran­don House, Bran­don Street, Hamil­ton, ML3 6AB.

The dead­line for en­tries is noon on Tues­day, Novem­ber 13.

Good luck!

Red car­pet ap­per­ance Jamie Lee Curtis at­tends the premiere of Uni­ver­sal Pic­tures’ Hal­loween

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