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Spring 2014 Michael Myers Masks

Featured Michael Myers Masks is here again and the Spring season couldn’t start any sooner. I don’t want to hear about cold or snow for the time being; I’m tired of them. Site member Chris Durand (who played Michael Myers in Halloween: H20) cancelled his appearance at the recent Walker Stalker Con in Chicago, so we hope that he’s doing … Continue reading

Monsterpalooza 2013: Plenty of Horror

It was a busy Monsterpalooza this year. The turnout was very strong for the three-day event held in Burbank, California between April 12 and 14, 2013. There wasn’t that much directly related to Michael Myers and HalloweeN this time (aside from the Nightowl Productions table). Other horror classics, in particular The Shining and Jaws, were well represented with some wonderful … Continue reading

John Carpenter & Bill Moseley at Horror Hound Weekend

Horror fans are showing up like never before at conventions this year. Much like with the previous Monster Mania 24, the fans came in droves to the recent Horror Hound Weekend held in Cincinnati. Overall, the event was described by some attendees as disorganized and too crowded. The long line-ups and some of the prices for autographs were also a … 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

Big Joe Grizzly of Rob Zombie’s HalloweeN

An extremely important character in the HalloweeN franchise is Big Joe Grizzly. He was responsible for giving Michael Myers his knife and his fancy coveralls (without Grizzly, Michael might’ve worn a three-piece suit for all we know). As you may have guessed it, “Big Joe Grizzly” wasn’t his actual name (no person, real or fictional, could possibly have that name). That was … Continue reading

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