A documentary telling the story of how a few moments on screen can last a lifetime. Tony Moran is best known, and credited,for playing "Michael Myers" in John Carpenter's horror classic "Halloween" (1978) and is the older brother of Erin Moran who played Joanie Cunningham on 'Happy Days'. The iconic horror film, "Halloween" came out decades ago yet still to this day, Tony meets new fans. This documentary shows a rare look into Tony's life that most don't see. Prior to green-lighting the project, Tony was asked if he has any topics that would be "off limits" Tony responded with, "No I don't, I'm an open book." Written by
David Langill (co-director)
A moment on screen can last a lifetime
October 2015 (USA)
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Life of a Horror Icon: Tony Moran
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Did You Know?
During filming, co-directors David Langill and Jordan Pacheco drove straight through from Massachusetts to Florida in order to capture footage at a horror convention. The two drove down, spent two days at the convention, then drove home. The trip was 24 hours of driving, each way. See more
I want to show Tony for who he is, a father, a friend, an actor and a horror icon. Tony is a passionate man with a big heart and like all of us, Tony has his ups and downs.
Viewers get to see Tony as most have never seen him before.
References American Poltergeist