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Haddonfield Citizens: Mr. John Strode of Halloween 6

Although he doesn’t have a mask, John Strode is a beloved character in the HalloweeN series (he’s almost as evil as Michael Myers). An alcoholic, Strode liked to hit the bottle in addition to slapping his daughter. John’s other habits included throwing dollar bills at his wife Kim Darby; hurling profanities at his grandson Danny; disowning his children Kara and … Continue reading

Haddonfield Citizens: The Hermit of Halloween 5

Listed in the credits as “Mountain Man,” the unnamed Hermit in Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers resided on the outskirts of Haddonfield. He lived with a parrot named Snookie and a serial killer named Michael. The Hermit’s cabin was located close to an old mineshaft that was covered by quicksand. Away from the hustle and bustle of Haddonfield, the Hermit chose to carry out a … Continue reading

Haddonfield Citizens: Tim Strode of Halloween 6

Tim Strode had genius level IQ (compared to the rest of the Strode family, that is). He was the son of John Strode and Kim Darby. Tim had a penchant for copying other people’s work at Junior College (he was denied entry to Haddonfield University because Professor Mixter said that Tim wasn’t Penske material). Though he wasn’t charged with plagiarism, … Continue reading

Odd Reactions by HalloweeN Characters

Some characters in the HalloweeN movies have reacted to situations in rather curious ways. Whether it’s the fault of the actor, the script, or the director, a number of reactions have been unbelievable or silly. This article will be the first in a series. Let’s start with the 1978 classic HalloweeN. The film began with a character reacting in an odd manner. … Continue reading

Michael Myers Techniques: Electrocution

Michael Myers is not a mindless brute when it comes to killing. He has working knowledge of cars, farm equipment, laundry machines and, in this case, electricity. After 10 years of unconsciousness, Myers returned sharper than ever in Halloween 4. He wanted to take Haddonfield by surprise and have the town to himself. This meant he had to isolate it … Continue reading

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