When it came to Halloween movies, we were talking Halloween classics, the latest horror films, and the new films.
Today, we talk movies from the past.
In the spirit of Halloween, let’s take a look at the top five Halloween movies from 1984.
In 1984, the film The Nightmare Before Christmas was released, and after the film was released the movie’s star, John Cusack, made a deal with Universal to make another film in the series.
It was a success, and Universal offered Cusacks return in a full-length film.
It would be the first full-blown sequel to the series, and Cusak would reprise his role as a young Peter Pan.
This would be Cusaks first full feature film appearance, and he would go on to star in countless more films in the years to come.
This also was the first film where Peter Pan was actually voiced by Billy Dee Williams, a voice actor who would later go on go on the voice of Mickey Mouse in the Disney Channel series Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.
This film would eventually become a cult classic, and it was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Picture.
Cuskins filmography would continue with a slew of other film adaptations and spin-offs, including The Wolfman (1992), The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (1993), and the sequels The Wolf Man and The Wolf.
But it was The Nightmare before Christmas that would cement Cusakis legacy as a horror icon.
This movie would also be the beginning of the trend for sequels to popular franchises, as this would be where Cusakes second big hit, The Nightmare on Elm Street, would be released.
After a few months of bad reviews and a very negative box office, the movie would end up being a box office success and a box-office flop.
Despite its poor reception, The Last Witch Hunter, another Cusaky film, would go onto win the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, but the film never made it to theaters.
This was also the first time that a sequel to The Nightmare was released in the form of a feature film, and would be another box office failure.
The sequel, The Cabin in the Woods, would see a sequel in 1995, and is considered one of the worst films ever made.
However, this film was the most successful of Cusakers sequels, and its sequels to the classic series The Nightmare and The Cat in the Hat would be two of the best-received films of the decade.
Cuzak would go back to the film franchise in the following year with the original version of The Nightmare.
The original film was also a hit, and earned Cusakin his first Golden Globe nomination for Best Film.
This sequel was also nominated for Best Director, and received a nomination for best actor for the role of Peter Pan in the first installment.
This installment would also feature the return of Cuzaks wife, Audrey.
Audrey would become one of Cufak’s most memorable characters.
The first of the sequels, The Cat and the Canary, would also make its debut in the early 2000s.
The second sequel, Cat in The Hat, would continue the tradition of sequels to beloved horror franchises.
This is the first of two films that would see the return in the same year.
The third and final film, The Crow, was released just before Halloween of 2004.
This time around, the characters would not be from the same world as the first two films, but they would have a different name and location.
The Crow would take place in the fictional town of Salem, Massachusetts, where Cufaks wife and daughter, Molly and Alice, live.
The film was a critical success, grossing more than $100 million worldwide and earning Cusaki an Academy Award nomination for his work.
It also won him his second Oscar nomination, for Best Supporting Actor.
In 2010, the franchise would be rebooted for the fifth time, this time with an entirely new cast and cast of characters.
This reboot of the franchise, which had been in development for several years, would eventually gross a whopping $4.7 billion worldwide.
The franchise would also find its way into the hands of a new generation of filmgoers, who would love to revisit the horror genre again.
This franchise was finally rebooted in 2017 with a remake of The Cabin In The Woods, which grossed over $200 million at the box office.
The Cabin, which has been described as one of a generation of horror movies, would finally return to theaters in 2018.
This remake would be one of only a handful of films that received an Oscar nomination for their work.
The remake of Cabin in The Woods was one of two Cabin films to be nominated for an Oscar for Best Sound Editing.
This award would go to the music of the film, as The Cabin would win the Best Original Score Award.
The final Cabin film, the second of the rebooted movies, The Dark Tower, would return