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The Evolution of Michael Myers

When it comes to iconic horror figures, three names emerge as prominent forerunners of the past three decades or so: Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees and Michael Myers.

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Best-Horror-Movies4259d ago

If you are looking for tons of details on Michael Myers and some great images this article is for you.

adorie4259d ago

I plan on watching the immortal classic when they re-release it in theaters for a short run.

alycakes4259d ago

I've always liked Michael Myers in the Halloween series. I can do without the Friday the 13th series...to me those were just dumb but for some reason...I like the other one...

Dread4259d ago

This is basically an article about masks.

So if you are somewhat interested in how Michael Myers' mask has changed throughout the twenty million sequels of
Halloween then this article is for you, if not, stay clear.

Kopite_20204259d ago

This guy is obsessed with eyebrows!

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Hollywood Matrimony: Universal Debuts Trailer For Halloween

Universal Debuts Trailer For Halloween starring Jamie Lee Curtis.

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‘Halloween’ Shocker: Dimension No Longer Controlling Michael Myers

BD: Bloody Disgusting has an exclusive so shocking that I can’t even believe I’m reporting it.

I’m told that Dimension Films allegedly no longer has the rights to Halloween. I got nervous even writing that sentence.

Yes, if true, Michael Myers will no longer be controlled by The Weinstein Company, who has been behind the franchise for 20 years. They first produced the 1995 Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, the sixth film in the franchise, and have since gone on to deliver us Halloween H20: 20 Years Later and Halloween: Resurrection, as well as Rob Zombie’s Halloween remake and its sequel, H2.

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RetrospectRealm3091d ago

YES! VICTORY! No more crappy Halloween films!!!

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Ranking The Halloween Franchise

Phil Writes: Halloween is a time for revisiting horror franchises. After all, it’s the one time of year when it’s not only socially acceptable to power through marathon horror movie sessions, but actually encouraged.

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WizzroSupreme3150d ago

The debut movie is always the best in any horror franchise.