Halloween 3: Season of the Witch is easily the second best film in the series, right after the original in my opinion. Hell, I like H3 so much that I consider it a horror classic! It is very original to say the least, and the film has an overwhelming sense of dread. This film is downright freaky, and I love every minute of it! I've always liked Tom Atkins, and he is just wonderful in H3. It was great seeing him in a leading role. Dan O'Herlihy is perfect as Conal Cochran! He fits the role to a tee, and is very creepy, mysterious, and sinister. This film's score is also superb. I like the score in this film just as much as I like the original's score. It is a very eerie score, and adds a lot to the film's feeling of dread. Some of the deaths in this film disturbed me, and they were very creative. The kid's mask death was grotesque, and the misfire death was fucked up. I'm sorry, but this classic is INCREDIBLY underrated! It is a wonderful horror film, and is much better than all of the other retread sequels any day. Is there anyone here who feels the same way about this gem as I do?