Halloween > Friday > Nightmare But ironically find a couple of the Nightmare movies more rewatchable individually outside of the series whereas when I watch a Friday, I generally want to watch the full series in order so ultimately I've watched them all less. In terms of the Halloween sequels, 4 is as good a sequel as you'll find to a classic horror and achieves that rare feat of creating a child character and having them not be utterly, utterly annoying. I find it has only improved with age too. Danielle Harris is fucking amazing in her two films. I find I'm always drawn to watching 6 over 5 despite its many faults. Maybe I just find its troubled production history fascinating along with the absolutely horrendous butchering of whatever messed up script they did eventually shoot. Or maybe the absolute nonsense that is its plot. But it's hard to deny that, despite how technically horrible it is as a complete film, it's much pacier than 5. And as said above, it's a fascinating time capsule for pre-Scream horror. In a way I'd love to have seen a few more slashers that have 6's 90s grunge inspired tone before Scream arrived and changed the game.