Whilst 1960’sPsycho and 1974’s The Texas Chainsaw Massacre introduced horror fans to the ingredients of a slasher, John Carpenter’s 1978 classic Halloween was arguably the formal birth of the horror-slasher sub-genre. With a hypnotic, catchy, and suspense-filled score, a terrified final girl, a bunch of horny teenagers, and a masked killer, Halloween was iconic and defined ’70s horror . Broadly regarded as one of the 1st nuclear monster movies of…Read More