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Michael Myers and Sheriff Brackett Odd Reactions

In this edition of Odd Reactions by Michael Myers and other HalloweeN characters, we examine two different scenes in the HalloweeN franchise. The scenes presented here come to us from the films HalloweeN II (1981) and Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989). Let’s see what we’ve got. Sheriff Brackett in HalloweeN II (1981) Various readers of the Michael Myers blog … Continue reading

Michael Myers and Halloween Celebs at Monster Mania 24

Monster Mania 24 was celebrated between March 8th and 10th of this year in Cherry Hill, NJ. The turnout for this horror convention was massive. It’s possible that this was the busiest Monster Mania in its 10 year history. Part of the reason for the large crowds is the mainstream popularity of the television show The Walking Dead. Monster Mania … Continue reading

The Face of Michael Myers: 1978-1981

For many HalloweeN fans, the mask of Michael Myers is the actual face of Michael Myers: person and accessory have become inseparable. Unlike other masked slashers, Michael is rarely shown unmasked. Fans of the Friday The 13th series get to see Jason Voorhees’ disfigured face in most of the movies. Meanwhile, part of the appeal of the Scream films is revealing who Ghost … Continue reading

Michael Myers and Halloween III Masks by DWN Productions

Many things excite me about this hobby. I’m especially fond of mask makers who push the boundaries with innovative sculpts and concepts. Featured here is DWN Productions, a mask and film company that isn’t afraid to try out new things. DWN were the first to introduce the melted Halloween III trio (Skull, Pumpkin, Witch) and now they offer the Shamrocked. … Continue reading

Was Keeping Michael Myers The Right Decision?

As a lot of horror film and Halloween fans know, John Carpenter, creator of the Halloween series took the third instalment in a completely different direction to the previous two films. Halloween (1978) and Halloween II (1981) are a back-to-back double feature in their structure, as the sequel continues the events of one Halloween night. But Carpenter wanted to make a series of episodes … Continue reading

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