The first artwork for a documentary celebrating 40 years of John Carpenter’s Halloween has been released.
Paul Stier who has provided artwork previously for horror anthologies 10/31 and Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories. The artwork is a perspective shot of The Shape grabbing the school boy outside the school gates after he pushes Tommy to the ground crushing his pumpkin in the original Hallowen.
For the Love of the Boogeyman: 40 Years of Halloween is for fans of the original horror classic with voices from the independent horror scene sharing why the film has stood the test of time.
The documentary is split into 6 sections – The Director, The Characters, The Shape, The Music, The Slasher Film and The Legacy.
Contributors include The Barn Director Justin M. Seaman, Volumes of Blood creator P.J Starks, The Summoner Director James Secker and Halloween: One Good Scare Director Dave Hastings.
It also features original music from Rocky Gray as well as contributions from 20Six Hundred, Shio-Z, Will Vallar and Waveshaper.
For the Love of the Boogeyman: 40 Years of Halloween will be released later this year.
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