I voted for Halloween III. I love the second one and I'm overjoyed that they're both getting releases, but Halloween III has piqued my interest for years. I actually like the fact that it had it's own story and atmosphere. There's some great cinematography in there and it will be great to see in 1080p, not to mention hearing John Carpenter and Alan Howarth's amazingly rhythmic and creepy score in 5.1 *fingers crossed*. Halloween II is a great slasher film from the golden era but I've always taken the first in the series as a stand alone film. I prefer the idea of Michael Myers being a real human being with absolutely no conscience as opposed to him being an indestructible, supernatural monster. This is why I really don't care for the Halloween series after the 3rd one. It became as far fetched as Jason (another series I don't care for after the 3rd). They were already stretching it near the end of Halloween II, by shooting him ANOTHER 5 or 6 times, then shooting his eyes out, revealing glowing sockets... Psychopaths and escaped mental patients scare the crap out of me. Probably why "Nightmare" is one of my favorite horror flicks. There's something so unpredictable and savage about them. Seeing Michael Myers pick up the phone after killing Lynda and listening to Laurie on the other end still creeps me the eff out to this day and I've seen the original more times than I'd like to admit.