Michael Myers: Absolute Evil (2016)

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"Michael Myers: Absolute Evil" is a fan film in the style of a documentary treating the "Halloween" films from 1978 - 2002 as events that actually occurred. Featuring interviews with ... See full summary »


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31 October 2017 | Platypuschow
| Michael Myers Absolute Evil: Not what I expected
I was misinformed, I was told this was a documentary about the Halloween movie franchise but it's something altogether different.

This faux documentary behaves as though the events that happened in the movies were real, interviewing various people from "Haddonfield" & "Experts".

It shows photos of the actors involved in the movies and makes them out to be their actual characters. It's such a weird thing to see, a documentary discussing Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode.

I see what they were trying to do here and it's certainly highly original but does it work? Not on this occasion and I doubt it ever could.

Mixed in with all these interviews is a short segment showing found footage of a group who ran afoul of Myers. This offers the most entertainment but Myers looks so bad it kills the entire thing.

Points for originality, but this may not appeal to even the most die-hard of franchise fans.

The Good:

Original concept

The Bad:

Struggled to take it seriously

Things I Learnt From This Movie:

This faux documentary thing in this format simply doesn't work

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