First Behind-the-Scenes Shots: Upcoming Halloween Doc: The Inside Story

Coming this October fans of Halloween will be in for a special treat as A&E's Biography Channel airs a two-hour look back at the very first night he came home. Some behind-the-scenes images from director Phil Nobile's "Halloween: The Inside Story" have hit the Net, and things are looking pretty good!

Having served as associate producer on the definitive look at the A Nightmare on Elm Street series documentary, Never Sleep Again, I know full well what goes into these docs and how much hard work they are. Most of all, though ... they are not just another gig. Documentaries like this are nothing short of a labor of love. Nobile and company look to be well on their way with theirs.

Most of the filming took place at Orange Grove, Pasadena, and at the replica Myers House owned by Kenny Caperton in North Carolina.

Big thanks to DC reader Cinezombi for the heads-up. Check out just a couple of the images below, and look for more really soon.

First Behind-the-Scenes Shots: A&E's Upcoming Halloween: The Inside Story

First Behind-the-Scenes Shots: A&E's Upcoming Halloween: The Inside Story

First Behind-the-Scenes Shots: A&E's Upcoming Halloween: The Inside Story

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James Coker's picture

I agree with Terminal, we Kind of KNOW everything there is to know about the first Halloween with soooo many previous documentaries about the film, but that doesn't mean i won't watch it

Submitted by James Coker on Mon, 04/26/2010 - 8:45pm.
FireRam's picture

I remember starting to watch Halloween on A&E once,I was channel surfing and landed on it so I figured may as well give it a watch(after all it is my favorite horror franchise). Maybe it was Halloween II who knows, anyway, I got to the first kill and was like....WTF! Hahaha, not bothering with this (thought to myself). It's like my friend who never watched The Sopranos, so he started when A&E started airing it. He's like (my name), "I'm finally catching up on The Sopranos". I replied "Yeah, you renting them finally huh"? He said "No, it's on A&E now". I said "Man, you still haven't watched The Sopranos"."Get the dvd's jackass"

Submitted by FireRam on Sun, 04/25/2010 - 9:27pm.
Terminal's picture

ANOTHER "Halloween" documentary? What's left to say about the movie?
"We are bad guys. That means we've got more to do other than bullying companies. It's fun to lead a bad man's life."

Submitted by Terminal on Sun, 04/25/2010 - 8:25pm.

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