The most spooky time of the year is Halloween. With witches, ghosts, and goblins, Halloween gives you the opportunity to be what you cannot be any other time of the year. Young Michael Myers chose to become a killer. Starting with his sister when he was six, Myers blazed a trail of death and destruction for over twenty years. The chilling and calculating way that he destroys the people in Haddington, Illinois shows he is what Dr. Sam Loomis calls “Pure Evil”. Michael escapes from a mental home to continue his murders after brutally stabbing his sister to death years before. Hiding in the shadows of the cold October days and nights, Michael makes sure no one is safe. With his death count at well over fifty, the ways he killed were endless. Here are some of his all time smash hits.
After cinema-going audiences had caught a whiff of the luscious flavour of red corn syrup in the 1970s, they were thirsty for more; horror was about to take an eventful trip into Bloodville. Body horror culminated in the 1980s, from bodily invasion to general dismemberment, this most likely stemming from the demon fetus in 1968’s “Rosemary’s Baby,” the chest-bursting extraterrestrials in 1979’s “Alien,” and the limb-mutilating power tool from 1974’s “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.” Buckets of guts was the new “in thing,” and has continued with this status for quite some time. [Read more…]