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Everything about the HalloweeN films including in-depth analysis articles on the movies and pivotal scenes.
In this episode of Accurately Unstable: Derek (Creator and Owner of Michael-Myers.net) joins the show. First time he gets the chance to let everyone know how Myers.net all came together. It was really funny to hear which Halloween film he first watched as a kid and loved. He was able to explain a couple of the major factors that have happened … Continue reading
August the 28th will mark seven years since the last new Halloween movie (Rob Zombie’s Halloween II) has been released. This is the longest gap we have ever seen between films in the Halloween franchise’s history. At first, this fact can sound concerning but the franchise’s film history might point toward optimism instead. John Carpenter’s original Halloween came out in 1978 and … Continue reading
In this episode of Accurately Unstable: What could be the main reason for the news about a possible Halloween TV show? We discuss which studio should get the rights to Halloween, who could be the best fit. We cover why you shouldn’t rule out a possible go fund me campaign from Trancas. There is a two minute (non spoiler) review of … Continue reading
A man whose name doesn’t come up often enough when discussing HalloweeN and Michael Myers is James Winburn. James Winburn was the stunt coordinator for John Carpenter’s Halloween (1978). It is common knowledge that Winburn donned the Michael Myers mask when he performed the stunt involving a fall from the balcony at the end of the film, but Winburn also played … Continue reading
Remember the time when Michael Myers fell on top of Busta Rhymes? It did happen, but I can’t blame you if you haven’t seen it. In a workprint version of Halloween: Resurrection, Busta Rhymes and Bianca Kajlich had made it out of the Myers house, but as they tried to get away to safety, Michael Myers came from above and landed … Continue reading