Halloween: New Michael Myers Funko Pop Comes With Family House Replica

Funko Pop is Back! Halloween set includes Michael Myers and a replica of the original Myers’ home. John Carpenter was the writer/director of Halloween. It follows Michael Myers, a serial killer who terrorizes small towns in Illinois on Halloween night. There were many sequels to the film over the decades, and a new trilogy was started in 2018. Jamie Lee Curtis plays Laurie Strode (the lead in the series), a woman who is terrorized by Myers, also known as The Shape, and goes on a murder spree that leaves many of her friends, as well as the townspeople, dead.

 

Director David Gordon Green has created the latest trilogy. He has not considered the sequel timeline beyond the 1978 original film. This is 40 years after the original film. Halloween Kills, the middle chapter of the trilogy, was released last month and made $131 million worldwide. Halloween Ends will be released on October 14, 2022.

Funko PoHalloween’snko Pop! set featuring Michael Myers and the family home that he created has been released. Funko has released a new Funko figure with blood on the mask and knife. He also has shaved his hair. This is the boarded-up version of the house condemned in the wake of the murders committed when Myers was a little boy. Below are some photos:

Since its debut, the Halloween franchise has seen seven sequels and two other films from Rob Zombie’s reboot series. By Halloween’s end, the new trilogy will include three more films, Zombie’s total number of Halloween films in the series to 12. Jason Blum, the producer of the new trilogy, stated the Halloween’s to make even more Halloween films in the future.

 

Funko has produced a huge number of Pops that are horror-related! There are many Pops related to horror, including the Halloween series. Collectors will find other franchises, including everything from Friday 13th to A Nightmare on Elm Street, Hellraiser, and many others. Spirit Halloween features exclusive sets each year, including Hocus Pocus and Trick R Treat sets. Now Halloween is included.

Halloween Ends will conclude the Halloween reboot trilogy. Even though Dr. Loomis died years ago, he could make a return in this final chapter to Michael Myers’ long-awaited passing. There have been many horror franchises in Myers’s, but Halloween is most beloved and loved. It all started in 1978 with John Carpenter’s Halloween. Although it wasn’t well-received at first, it is carpenters the most popular horrorwasn’ts ever. This led to several franchises that have gone through various retcons.

 

Halloween introduced us to Michael Myers. He murdered his older sister, Judith, at six years old on Halloween 1963. Michael was sent to Smith’s Grove Sanitarium, where he didn’t speak a word. He became the smith’s many studies, and the Pati didn’t Dr. Sam Loomis. Michael fled to Haddonfield, Illinois, on October 30, 1978. He then began to follow Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee CurtOctober 30ecame his main target. Halloween was the birth of 13 films (including Rob Zombie’s remakes and Halloween Ends). The franchise is currently going Zombie’s reboot that includes a new trilogy. Laurie returned, and Loomis remained part of the story.

Dr. Loomis is a key character in the entire Halloween franchise. He has also been present in every retcon, even though Laurie was removed and Jamie Lloyd (Danielle Harris) became the new protagonist). His inclusion in Halloween Kills makes it more likely that he will appear in Halloween Ends. This is especially true if Michael Myers dies in the final movie.

What happened to Dr. Loomis in the Halloween Reboot Timeline?

As we have already mentioned, Dr. Loomis was present in many different ways throughout Halloween. He went from being a concerned psychologist for one of the most dangerous serial killers of horror to becoming a man obsessed with stopping the “incarnation of evil.” Loomis’ quest to kill Michael Myers continued in”the first Halloween. “Loomis’s He then targeted Jamie Lloyd, his niece. In his final appearance in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, he either became the leader of the Cult of Thorn or was murdered by Michael Myers. The Halloween H20 timeline explains that Loomis lived in Marion Chambers’ house after the fire at Halloween II. He died there before the thChambers’of H20.

Loomis’ story was rewritten because the Halloween reboot trilogy is a cLoomis’tion of Carpenter’s original film and ignores all subsequent movies. Loomis, plCarpenter’sin Mahan, was a guest on Halloween. Podcasters Aaron Korey (Jefferson Hall), and Dana Haines(Rhian Rees), went through official documents regarding Michael’s case. Aaron and Dana listened carefully to Loomis tapes in Michael’sadvocated for Michael’s execution. He also sLoomis’t he wanted to see his former patiMichael’so confirm his belief that Michael Myers was the embodiment of evil. Halloween Kills presented Loomis’ presence differently and more directly. It included flashbLoomis’om Halloween 1978 when Loomis met Thomas Mann (then a young officer Hawkins) at the Myers House where Michael was taken into custody. Hawkins stopped Loomis from shooting Michael in the head, something which the latter regretted years later.

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Retcons Killed By Retcons The Origins & Motives Of Michael Myers

Halloween Kills retcons Michael Myers’ origins and motives once more. Here’s how. Halloween Kills is the 12th film in the overall saga that began with the 1978 movie. John Carpenter’s Halloween tells the story of Laurie Strode, a babysitter, and her friends who are being pursued by Michael Myers. Although Halloween’s ending was ambiguous, it was not intended to be a sequel. However, this retcon of Michael Myers and Laurie’s origins was controversial with fans. It also served as the basis for many of the subsequent installments. Halloween 6 revealed that Myers was being controlled by an evil group and only stalked by them on Halloween because of a star alignment. Rob Zombie’s Halloween remake duology was the most extreme departure. It featured Myers’ childhood and transformation into a serial killer.

Halloween Kills will see David Gordon Green, the director of Halloween 2018, return to Halloween 2018. Halloween 2018 was a hugely successful sequel. This entry stripped away the complex mythology that had been built up over decades of sequels. Michael was once again pure nature, his motives unknown. As the film’s filmmakers learned, Halloween 2 must add something new to the story. Halloween Kills reveals Michael Myers’ relatable motivation: He wants to get home.

Halloween Kills has a flashback sequence where Deputy Hawkins, a young officer, learns about another officer’s Michael Myers childhood. The officer tells Michael that he used to stare out of the window in his sister’s bedroom when they were children. The sequel cuts to Michael’s present-day situation, where he is content to stare out the window of his sister’s room as he makes a bloody trail through town. Halloween Kills ends with him returning to his old house, killing the lucky couple who owned it. He then gets to look out the window at his reflection once again.

This gives Michael Myers some inner peace, but it makes him feel silly having this as his sole goal. Halloween Kills showed him being captured in 1978. Hawkins, a young deputy, followed him back to his home. Hawkins accidentally shoots at the other cop’s neck and kills him during a standoff in which Myers grabs another policeman. Hawkins stopped Dr. Loomis from shooting Michael Myers. This act would come back to haunt him decades later. This backstory was part of the Halloween 2018 various Retcons. Kills, however, provides new insights into his arrest.

Laurie’s dark monologue in the sequel suggests that Michael may not be human anymore. No one could survive what he has done. Halloween Kills sees him beaten, stabbed, and shot. But checks keep coming, and Laurie believes that with each kill, he “transcends.” This angle is not yet explored in the Halloween Ends.

Halloween Kills, the 12th installment in the long-running horror series by David Gordon Green, is an excellent example of how it compares to other Halloween movies. Here is a list of all films, from the worst to the best, including Halloween Kills. In 2018, the Halloween series celebrated its 40th anniversary. This is quite impressive, considering John Carpenter didn’t want a sequel. Although the original Halloween was not the first slasher film, it established a standard for the genre. Several low-budget, more gory slasher movies followed, including Friday The 13th, A Nightmare On Elm Street, and many archetypes found in these movies can be traced back to Halloween. The POV of the killer, the virginal heroine, and the notion that sex, alcohol, or drugs lead to instant death are all examples of what was left behind.

The horror film John Carpenter’s Halloween had a profound impact on horror culture. A sequel was soon in the works. Carpenter produced Halloween II (reluctantly), which picks up literally seconds from the original. Halloween II was not as well-received, but it made a healthy profit. Carpenter tried to make the series an anthology by releasing 1982’s Halloween III Season Of The Witch. But the rejection of Myers-free entries from the audience ended that plan.

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