‘Halloween 4’ and ‘6’ On Set Cinema Screenings Return to Utah

The On Set Cinema series, presented by the Myers House, NC, returns to Utah this September for special back-to-back screenings of 1988 sequel Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and the 1996 sixth installment of the franchise Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers at sites where portions of the films were shot.

The Halloween 4 screening is happening on Saturday, Sept. 24 at Penney’s Gas Station in Stockton, Utah, where the screen will be set up just outside of the service station and fans will be able to watch the movie exactly where Michael drives through one of the bay doors with a tow truck and almost runs over Dr. Loomis in the film.

Penney’s will be open before the screening and fans will be able to eat dinner and get pre-movie snacks inside the cafe exactly where Loomis discovers the dead waitress and comes face to face with Michael. There will also be a guided tour of the entire property, including the inside of the service station so you can see where Michael kills the mechanic and gets his coveralls.

The Halloween 6 screening is happening on Sunday, Sept. 25 at The Myers House / Strode House as featured in the film in Salt Lake City, Utah, where fans will get a complete guided tour of the property grounds, as well as a look inside the house. You’ll be able to hang out in the backyard exactly where Debra Strode (Kim Darby) gets killed by Michael in the clotheslines with an axe, go down into the basement where John Strode (Bradford English) discovers bloody clothes in the washing machine, then gets stabbed by Michael and pushed onto an electrical box, and see where so many more great scenes were shot.

Devin Gardner, who played young Danny Strode in The Curse of Michael Myers, will also be in attendance, where he will be signing autographs, taking photos with fans in front of The Myers House and doing a Q&A before the movie screening. There will be Halloween music, free trick-or-treat candy and fans are encouraged to dress up in costume. The property is small, so tickets to this event are very limited.

For complete details and to purchase tickets, visit myershousenc.com/onsetcinema.

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Matt Artz

Founded Halloween Daily News in 2012 and the Halloween International Film Festival in 2016. Professional writer/journalist/photographer since 2000.