'Halloween' With Mike Myers As Michael Myers

Yeah, baby! Yeah!! The sequels would be sooooo redundant.

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It refuses to get old. Like a BBC-commissioned Dorian Gray. The psuedo-documentary/road trip comedy The Trip seemed low-budget and pleasant enough that stars Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon wouldn't need much to be convinced to get back in the saddle. The film will once again start as a six-part series on BBC, then get that footage condensed to the good stuff. Etc, etc, etc. HERE'S THE MICHAEL CAINE CLIP.


Hot Girl Halloween Kills Supercut

Horror movies sure do like to kill off young women. If you're anything like me, you enjoy watching beautiful young women being systematically stalked and violently dismembered like they're nothing more than a piece of beef. Wait a second; I don't like that at all. But some people must. How else do you explain this supercut of hot girls being snuffed out in slasher films? It's not like we had a shortage of content to choose from. Sometimes it's more humorous than scary, and sometimes it's downright disturbing. But no matter which way you slice it, almost every horror movie has at least one hot girl getting murdered. Well, if you're bored with seeing hot chicks getting butchered, it's time to take matters into your own hands. No, I'm not telling you to start killing women I am, however, telling you to check out Break.com's Halloween Scare Contest, where you can enter your own scary video for a chance to earn up to $1000. Check out the link above for more details.


Parents Continue To Torment Their Kids On Halloween, All For Jimmy Kimmel

They lied to their kids about eating all their candy. Really nice work, parents. If you're like me, you love lying to/disappointing children. So every year, when Jimmy Kimmel does his annual, "parents lie about eating their kids' candy and tape it," I get pretty fired up. Because watching kids cry is funny for those at arm's length, and one day, it will provide the children something to laugh about with their therapists. Hilarious! I sort of got the joke when Kimmel first did this, and thought it was pretty funny. However, after a few years, I think it spotlights some truly deranged parents, and Kimmel, though I understand why he's doing it, is playing a pretty instrumental part in f*cking with the heads of these kids. DOES HE KNOW HOW IMPORTANT CANDY IS TO CHILDREN? There's nothing more important.


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'Goonies' Director Richard Donner Says There Will Be A Sequel With Original Cast

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