What's on your mind?
Do you guys think that the 2 bullies Lonnie and his son Cameron will finally meet their end at Michael’s hands in Halloween Kills?
After discovering on the page that the Rob Zombie films are considered as being Earth-4, here's my general idea as to what the main timelines are:
Earth-One: Halloween (78) & Halloween II (81)
Earth-Two: Halloween I & II, Halloween 4-6
Earth-Three: Halloween I & II, H20 & Resurrection
Earth-Four: RZ films
Earth-Five: Halloween (78), Halloween (18), Halloween Kills, & Halloween Ends
Earth-Six: Season of the Witch
Earth-Seven: Halloween I & II, 4, 5, & 6: Producer's Cut
New Fan here and I really want to start a Collection of the Masks. I am searching for Detailed information on just the Masks.
Like sculptor, creator and such
Is there any website that has this info?
Long Live Michael!
Are the new movies. They release on October 15, 2020 and October 16, 2021.
Can somebody please help me make Jamie Lloyd's clown costume and mask? If you do, please reply and be very specific when giving instructions.
i just watched it but i personally didnt like it much but i also skipped through it alot but does michael really die tho? i mean he didnt die the other 2 times he was burnt so idk really know but i didnt it like it as much
hello i am new here and am a fan of the Halloween series, i have watched all the movies except the Resurrection and the new Halloween movie i am not personally a fan of horror movies because horror movie these days are rediculous but the halloween series is brilliant and a very thought out plot and i love how Michael myers walks to his victims because they all are running like speedy fast and there he is just walking super slow and he always kills them
my name is melania but everyone calls mel btw.
hello i'm a fan of michael myers in the halloween movie and i would like to know why michael myers is not always dead it's so much bizzard in the first movie he gets shot at least 6 balls and he falls off the balcony and he's gone Normally your death and in the twilight film it is ignited the you already dead and in the fourth it is made full shot and it falls in the then and it escapes not but ho normally your already dead and in the fifth it is struck by a wooden stakes and in addition he runs away and you are dead normally in the sixth he gets hit again struck in piles but in metal and he fleees you too dead and in the seventh he is decapitated no but ho he died already dead your head is cut off I'm sorry but we can not repair your head your deadly total and in the eighth he gets electrocuted and then he wakes up but not frankly michael myers never die it's what he c is a my stre or a killing machine it is not like all or what one would say that his soul never leaves in his body or it is the mask that has the power to resuiciter or even he is forced to be alive you can tell me a what do you think of all his I would like to know all thanks?
So at the end of the original Halloween, Michael Myers disappears when Loomis looks out the window. In the new timeline (2018), it is presumed that he's caught soon after this part. But regardless of whether he is caught (thus following the 2018 timeline) or whether he gets away (thus allowing for the Thorn/H20 timeline), Laurie would still be taken to the hospital and, really, until Michael Myers gets there I don't see any reason why her scenes would be different. So whichever timeline we're in, I think Laurie's few scenes at the hospital before Michael Myers shows up (mainly her interactions with Jimmy the paramedic) would still be canon. They would happen regardless of whether Michael Myers was caught or not. So the new timeline perhaps should include elements of Halloween 2? Idk, even I think this is a bit of a stretch but has any got any thoughts on this?
Is there anything to suggest that they're non-canon? If not, could I be justified in going by them as canon and saying Laurie survived in the 4-6 timeline and decapitates Michael?
Also, is The Devil's Eyes the same as H20, indicating that H20 can be set in the 4-6 timeline but only if Resurrection is ignored? Or are there differences that exclusively accommodate the 4-6 timeline that the film doesn't have?
Or am I to assume that it ends with either Tommy killing Michael and Loomis screaming for reasons unknown, or else Michael killing Loomis and continuing his rampage?
Or, would it be reasonable to go by the H20 timeline but ignore Resurrection by FanonDiscontinuity, as the latter got unfavorable reviews?
So, I read wikipedia's summary of the 2018 Halloween.
We know it's in a third timeline (fourth counting the reboot), this time diverging from the first film instead of the second.
We also know Michael's eye hasn't healed in this timeline, unlike the others.
However, based on the summary, there are two things I'd like confirmation on, to anyone who's seen the premier.
Contains spoilers of course.
Spoilers beyond this point. You have been warned.
1.) So, there's mention of Michael surviving getting shot, stabbed, and run over. Does this mean he's still supernatural here, and it's just injuries to his head that don't heal?
2.) If so, do they ever explain why he's resistant to damage, or is it left unknown like the H20 timeline?
MAJOR SPOILERS FOLLOW
3.) It says at the end he is set on fire inside a room full of flammable gas, just like in Halloween II, but it makes no mention to him afterwards. Does this mean Michael actually dies here (if nothing else, his head being burned finally finished him off, or being less resistant to damage)?
What does everyone make of this?
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