In a viral TikTok video, Halloween’s Michael Myers brags about his work ethic.


In a viral TikTok video, Halloween’s Michael Myers brags about his work ethic.

User Gavinblake23 provides followers an insight into the thought process and work ethic of Halloween murderer Michael Audrey Myers in a popular Tiktok that sees him compare himself to Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson, and Michael Phelps. Audrey is, in fact, his canonical middle name…sort of. The Halloween movies’ timeline and continuity have been reset and rebooted several times, and Audrey’s middle name derives from an extended version of Halloween that played on television (it was extended so that they could remove violence to make the networks happy and replace it with more story). There’s no way of knowing if that was ever canonical, let alone if it remained so following two reboots that reduced the series’ continuity to simply the first film.

In any case, Michael brags about his training program and prowess in the Gavinblake23 video. It also implies that he has worked out a method to profit off his murderous sprees, as he reveals that he lives in a roughly $5000-per-month condo and mocks Pennywise (the clown from Stephen King’s It) for living in the sewer.

You can see it in the video below.


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Michael Myers first appeared in 1978’s Halloween and has since appeared in twelve feature films, including two in the canceled “reboot series” helmed by Rob Zombie of House of 1,000 Corpses and The Munsters. Michael is referred to in the narrative simply as “The Shape,” and his faceless “force of nature” approach to murder distinguishes him from the trash-talking Freddy Krueger and the angry Jason Voorhees. Michael sprinting on the treadmill (in full mask and costume attire) is especially amusing because one of his defining components of his approach is the deliberate, steady, inexorable way he approaches his victims.

In 2018, the Halloween franchise was virtually soft-rebooted, with all but the first film being removed from continuity and Jamie Lee Curtis’ Laurie, who had previously died in Halloween: Resurrection, being brought back. Laurie had died sometime between the events of Halloween II and Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, and both Michael and Laurie had sat out Halloween III, a failed attempt to create an anthology-style series based on the franchise. Halloween H20, which was released in the aftermath of that death, is… Brinkwire Summary Entertainment News.


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