Halloween III: Season of the Witch

Synopsis: An apparent murder-suicide in a hospital emergency room leads to an investigation by the on-call doctor, which reveals a plot by an insane toymaker to kill as many people as possible during Halloween through an ancient Celtic ritual involving a stolen boulder from Stonehenge and Halloween masks.
Director(s): Tommy Lee Wallace
Production: MCA Universal Home Video
  1 win & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
98 min

Leaving British authorities still baffled ...

and without any substantial clues

nine months after the theft.

The Bluestone was one of 19...

believed to represent

the 19-year cycle of the moon.

It weighs more than fiive tons, making

its disappearance a mystery indeed.

Derrick Smith ... at Stonehenge.

When we come back,

Trina will be here to tell you what you can do

about junk mail.

Stay with us.

Eight more days to Halloween, Halloween, Halloween

Eight more days to Halloween, Silver Shamrock.

Yes, kids, you, too, can own

one of the big Halloween three.

That's right, three horrifiic masks

to choose from.

They're fun, they're frightening,

and they glow in the dark.

They're coming.

They're coming.

Anybody home?


Daddy's here.


Oh, hey.

Oh, Daddy!

Daddy's here!

Daddy! Children, we leave

our food at the table.

Oh, I'm sorry, it's bad

timing. I'm used to it.

What'd you bring us?

Well, wait.

This, uh... One for you.

One for you.

What's the matter?

Don't you like them?

Mom already got us masks.

Silver Shamrock.


Nice try.

Eight more days to Halloween, halloween, halloween

So ...

how you've been?

I gotta call in.

Drinking and doctor. Great combination.

Let's watch TV.


Eight more days to Halloween, Halloween, Halloween

Turn that down.

Eight more days to Halloween, Silver Shamrock.


What's his condition?

All right, I'll be right in.

I gotta go.

His condition is stable,

but Dr. Castle had to leave early.

So I thought I should call

you. Sure, sure. That's fiine.

He just walked up

outta the rain.

I swear to God

that's all there was to it.

I just brought him here.

Do you have a room for him? Yes, 13.

Hey, can I leave now?

Sure. I don't see why not.

Thanks a lot for bringing him.

- Well, thank you, Doc.

I was always taught that when somebody

needs help, you help 'em.

I mean less there's gonna be trouble.

There's not gonna be any trouble, in it.

I mean you never know,

when somebody might be needing help.

It might be my turn next time.

They're going to kill us.

All of us.

All of us.

Hundred milligrams,



Who's next?


Except for him, it's a quiet night.

I could use a nap.

Doctor's lounge is empty.

Wanna take one with me?

Pillows are in the cabinet and

there's milk and cookies in the fridge.

I think I should have

married you, Agnes.

Ooh! Watch it. I play

for keeps, you know. I'm serious.

What are you doing

in here?

A man...

A man just, just...

A man just... He just...

All right, all right.


Hello, Linda. Dan.

I won't be able to pick the kids up tonight something ...

- Damn it, you promised me.

My ex-wife.

No, no, Linda, it's nothing

like that at all.

If you'd just relax for a minute,

- I... I am relaxed.

Two men died here tonight.

No, it wasn't an accident.

Listen, I'll tell you

all about it later, all right?

I really gotta go.

- Dan, you promised.

Sure. Sure. Saturday

night. That'd be fine.

They can both stay with me all night.


Tell them I'm sorry.

00 a.m., Saturday. Please.

I really gotta go.


- Bye.

If you would like

to make a call,

please hang up

and try again.

Is this my father?

Ma'am, I wouldn't.

Not yet.

- Let's get it over with.

Yes, that's my father.

What happened?

Oh, some crazy man.

Killed himself in the parking lot right after.

Drugs probably.

Is that it? My father's

dead because of some crazy...

The whole thing is under investigation.

I'll bet.

You've had a hard night,

and you've come a long way.

When you feel better,

I'll have some questions.

And maybe some more answers.

Dr. Rusfield, call admitting.

Dr. Rusfield, call admitting.

Look, Challis,

I'm only the assistant.

Just tell me what you know, Teddy.

Not much. It's taking a while.

The guy was a pile of ashes.

I know the sheriff thinks he was on drugs.

That doesn't make any sense.

I've seen lots of people on drugs and ...

The man was in complete control.

He looked like a businessman.

He had to be one strong

businessman. I can tell you that.

You don't pull someone's skull apart

without a little lower arm strength. Know, what I mean?

Teddy ... just do me this one favor.

Check this one out yourself.

Now, I can't do that.

It's gotta go through...

- Please.

This thing's really got you.

I've been with that hospital for eight

years. Somebody just doesn't walk in...

I'll see what I can do.

No promises.

Thanks. Thanks.

I was always good at moonlighting, wasn't I?

- Oh, the best.

Do you still have

that... You do? - Uh-huh.

How you been?

- Okay. You? - Okay.

Sierra Mesa still making you drink your ass off?

- Oh, yeah. Yeah.

Thanks again.

Hey, you gonna be all right?

Hey, Charlie, can we have another station?

You got it.

The immortal classic,

followed by the big giveaway at 9:00,

brought to you by...

Two more days to Halloween, Halloween, Halloween

- Oh Come on, come on. Come on.

What's the matter?

Don't you have any Halloween spirit?



- Hello.

My name is Ellie Grimbridge.

I know.

Dan Challis.

- I know.

One of the nurses told me, I could find you here.

I saw you at the funeral.

Thank you.

I'm sorry about your father.

Did my father say anything

to you the night he died?

Yeah. He, uh ...


He said,

"Tell Ellie I love her."

Well ...

you're a bad liar, but ...

thank you anyway.

- Wait a second.

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Tommy Lee Wallace

Thomas "Tommy" Lee Wallace (born October 8, 1949) is an American film producer, director, editor, and screenwriter. He is best known for his work in the horror genre, directing films such as Halloween III: Season of the Witch, Fright Night Part 2 and the 1990 mini-series adaption It. He is a long-time friend and collaborator of director John Carpenter, receiving his first credit as art director on Carpenter's directorial debut Dark Star. Along with Charles Bornstein, he edited both the original Halloween and The Fog. more…

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