|Known aliases:||Mike, Mikey|
|Death:||October 31 1989|
|Portrayed By:||Jonathan Chapin|
|First Appearance:||Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers|
- "Okay asshole, you wanna play? Trick or Treat!"
- ―Mike's last words.[src]
BiographyEditMike is the tough-guy boyfriend of Tina Williams. He cared little for Tina or any of her friends and only hung around her because of sex, and is very self-loving, insensitive, and only cared about his looks, his car, and himself. Mike was driving by when Tina and Samantha Thomas were around the children's clinic to visit Jamie Lloyd, and would have continued driving had Tina not spotted him. She asked for a ride and that they visited Jamie later, which Mike did not really want to do, but figured he had to since Tina was his girlfriend. He dropped them off at a store where they were to buy some masks while he cleaned his car. He had also planned with Spitz, Samantha's boyfriend, to get some beers for later in the night. Since they were underage, Mike had to drive to the back of the store so they could sneak them in his car. Mike was getting ready to leave when he noticed in his mirror that someone was scratching his car with a garden claw. Mike tried to fight the mysterious person, only to be choked and then stabbed in the face with the same garden implement. After killing Mike, Michael took his lifeless body and placed it in the attic in his old home to be found later by Jamie, along with the bodies of her dog Max and Rachel Carruthers. Michael also stole Mike's car, which he used to chase Tina, Jaime and Billy Hill into a field and woods later that night before crashing it into a tree.
Mike was buried in the nearby Mt. Sinclair Cemetery in November 1989.
He is the 36th human victim of Michael Myers.
Notes and TriviaEdit
- Mike is so far the only character in the Halloween series to share the first name of killer Michael Myers.
- When shown on the network channel AMC, the film did not show Mike's death as it was deemed too gruesome.
- AMC has since started showing Mike's death when televised.
- His death won the Golden Chainsaw Award in Dead Meat’s "Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers" kill count.
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