The nicest comment I can make about Halloween III: Season of the Witch, is that it felt like an hour and a half-long, R-rated Goosebumps episode. It’s certainly an oddball movie, with a huge case of having multiple WTF moments. I respect it for being “different” from the previous Halloween movies, but to me, it was a little too goofy for my taste. That being said, someplace deep down inside my cortex keeps on yelling at me that this movie is a special, gem, in an odd, and demented sort of fashion, and for that reason alone, I think I’ve learned to admire this film as time has passed on. (Verdict: B-)
I do have to say, Carpenter continues his streak of making epic new and original scores in this movie. The Halloween franchise officially has the best horror movie scores now.
This movie is a part of my list: Ranking The Halloween Films From Best To Worst