Episode: Horror in the Suburbs | Halloween Unmasked


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Horror in the Suburbs | Halloween Unmasked

Meet young John Carpenter. Popular but strange, this intensely creative kid grows up surrounded by horrors that will inspire him to make 'Halloween'—and change film history.



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