Want to see 'Halloween' on the big screen?

Jamie Lee Curtis in 'Halloween'

Jamie Lee Curtis in 'Halloween' (October 2, 2012)

After years of watching John Carpenter's horror classic "Halloween," you now have another chance to see the 1978 flick on a screen bigger than your TV.

For $11 you can head to the Landmark Century Cinemas at 9 p.m. Oct. 30 and let Michael Myers freak you out all over again. You'll also see a special feature called "You Can't Kill the Boogeyman: 35 Years of 'Halloween'," which includes information about the casting of Jamie Lee Curtis, how the name Michael Myers was chosen and more.

Click here to buy tickets to the Landmark screening and here to see the many suburban theaters you can attend instead if that's more convenient--or if the city screening sells out and you don't want to let this opportunity go to waste.

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