Ep. 100 — HALLOWEEN: THE CURSE OF MICHAEL MYERS (1995) with Myles Griffin & John-Paul Newton
This week, as our month-long HALLOWEENseries continues, we're once again joined by guests Myles Griffinand John-Paul Newtonto discuss one of the most controversial entries in the entire series, 1995's HALLOWEEN: THE CURSE OF MICHAEL MYERS.
This entry has long been derided by fans, and had a long history of production woes, resulting in not one, but twoseparate versions of the film. The infamous Producer's Cut was traded on shoddy bootleg VHS tapes among horror collectors for years before finally being officially released on blu ray a couple of years ago.
In this episode, as we get into the behind-the-scenes stories on the film, we'll also examine both of these cuts to determine which (if either) is more worthwhile.
Next week, our HALLOWEENseries concludes (sorta!) with HALLOWEEN H20: 20 YEARS LATER.
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