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Iconic horror movies (which have received almost the strangest sequels)



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Halloween 666: The Origin, With Virtual Reality and a Homeless Michael Myers

The Original Halloween is a sly, punchy thriller that somehow is the most has produced frustratingly engrossed franchises in film history. Even so, the series is very popular, which is why we continue to get new Halloween movies though Michael Myers was supposed to swap it for Butterscotch Pudding and The Price Is Right repeats years ago.

The Crazy Sequel:

Halloween: The curse of Michael Myers was not amazing, but it showed a young / identical-looking Paul Rudd, so how bad could it really be? Originally, however, the sixth entry was titled Halloween 666: The Origin and they were damned morons. The film would have followed a reporter called Dana, who suffers from Michael Myers' nightmares, and who happens to have the job of covering the city of Haddonfield and lifting the Halloween ban (which they imposed for all cruel murders). The little Tommy Doyle from the original (who was eventually played by Rudd) is now an adult "hacker". Michael is homeless in this design. Technically, he was homeless but the script makes him expressly sleep in alleys and chill in a local men's house.

  If you liked him as a mysterious figure who seems to live in the shadows, you'll love him like a guy who has to shower in the YMCA. Phil Rosenberg "If you liked him as a mysterious figure who seems to live in the shadows, you'll love him like a guy who needs a shower shower at the YMCA."


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