We used the replicas from the set to model our design, ensuring they stayed true to the original films. We of course added a little flare with more mould and decay, heavier colour tones and some extra design to give off more creepy and realistic looks.
Our attention to detail didn’t just stop at the jack-o’-lanterns, we keenly focused on the credit fonts too. In a homage to Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982), the team had to matched the blue typeface by creating it from scratch since the Season of the Witch was made in 1982, and the typeface doesn’t exist as a font.
The font and colour were important to get just right as they not only served as a tribute to the film but also reminded audiences that the two stories both veer away from what the audience is expecting.
With a tight deadline and interesting project material, the Halloween Ends Opening Titles was a fast-paced and thrilling project to be a part of.
Check out our handy work and see what other magic the Features & Television team worked on throughout the whole film!