Halloween Ends Features A Meta Reference To Another John Carpenter Classic

Warning: This article contains spoilers for “Halloween-Ends-2022-movie-posters/”>Halloween Ends.”Despite Halloween being the favorite holiday of horror fans, everyone loves a good Easter egg hunt.

John Carpenter’s original “Halloween” from 1978 is filled with little moments that in hindsight have become a treasure trove for horror fanatics, the most obvious examples being the William Shatner “Star Trek” mask serving as the base for Michael Myers’ face and little Tommy Doyle (Brian Andrews) and Lindsey Wallace (Kyle Richards) watching “The Thing From Another World” while being babysat by Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis).

The latter has become a favorite trivia fact to pull out at parties by horror fans, as John Carpenter would obviously go on to direct a remake of the film, his 1982 masterpiece “The Thing.”Horror movies often sneak in their favorite horror films within the story’s universe, usually to serve as additional visual storytelling.

1996’s “Scream” contains a memorable

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