Michael Myers – The Origin

Michael Myers – The Origin is a blog that examines the history of Michael Myers and his mask. This site will cover everything from the birth of Michael Myers, to his bloody return to Haddonfield and beyond.

The Halloween series has undergone many changes over the years, but one thing has always remained constant: Michael Myers. Over the past 35 years Michael Myers has become a legend in the horror genre and is easily considered one of the most iconic villains to ever grace the silver screen.

Michael Myers is unique in the world of horror because he does not have an origin story, nor does he have any supernatural abilities. He is simply a man who kills for reasons only known to him.

We will be providing you with new content on a regular basis as we delve deeper into the life and times of The Shape.

This is a blog that examines the history of Michael Myers and his mask. It will also examine the Halloween series in general. I also make posts about things that are related to horror. I love to write. Please feel free to leave comments and to share my posts on social media.

I’m really excited about this blog and have been working hard on it. I have many ideas that I would like to post, so I’m sure there will be no shortage of posts on here.

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The Halloween franchise has had its share of controversy over the past fifteen years. Everything from the Rob Zombie remakes to the post-Carpenter sequels have been under constant scrutiny by Halloween fans and critics alike, each for different reasons. One thing that is undeniable, however, is that many of these movies have left their mark on the franchise and have helped shape Michael Myers into the horror icon he is today.

That’s what our goal here at The Michael Myers Costume Blog is to document those changes in the hopes of creating a comprehensive history of Michael Myers and his mask. In this article we’ll take a look at how Michael Myers has changed (and in some cases not changed) since his debut in 1978’s Halloween.

Michael Myers is the world’s most evil and iconic horror movie villain. The Halloween series of films are among the best in the genre, and to horror fans, Michael Myers is a household name.

However, not many people know what was going on behind the scenes of the movies, or how the mask came to be. In this blog we will attempt to tell that story.

A young boy named Michael Myers was born on October 19th 1957 in Haddonfield Illinois. He grew up in a wealthy family living at 45 Lampkin Lane Haddonfield Illinois. His father was an abusive alcoholic and his mother was an overbearing religious fanatic who was unable to show her child any love or affection.

The young boy had no friends and spent most of his time alone in his room playing with knives which he would hide under his bed. This would eventually lead to him killing his sister Judith Myers when he was just six years old. After this tragedy Michael went into a catatonic state for three months before being sent away to Smith’s Grove Sanitarium where he lived until he escaped fifteen years later at age 21 after killing several people including Doctor Samuel Loomis (who had become obsessed with stopping him).

The History and Origin of Michael Myers Costume

The Halloween movie that was released in 1978 is a classic for horror fans. The movie has spawned a new movie that will be released on October 18, 2013. The new movie will be the eleventh installment of the Halloween series.

Halloween is about the life of Michael Myers, serial killer who was sent to Smith’s Grove Warren Sanitarium after he killed his older sister Judith when he was only six years old. He manages to escape fifteen years later and returns home to Haddonfield to kill his little sister Laurie Strode.

Michael Myers costume is a signature part of the Halloween movies. The mask has had many different looks over the years but it has always been white with a fake brown wig attached to it. The mask originally started out as Captain Kirk mask with foam rubber glued on top of it to change its shape and make it appear more scary. The mask also had eye holes cut out of it so that you could see through them while wearing the mask at night.

The original Michael Myers mask worn in the 1978 film Halloween was a modified Captain Kirk mask. 

The original Star Trek series is set in the 23rd century and ran from 1966 to 1969. While it was not a commercial success during its initial run, it developed a cult following and became an iconic piece of American popular culture. The series spawned an animated series, six feature films, and two spin-off television series: Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987–1994) and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993–1999). All of these shows have been commercially successful, with four of the 10 highest-rated TV programs being episodes of TNG and DS9.  The success of the franchise has resulted in Guinness World Records listing Star Trek as the second most successful science fiction television franchise in the world (after Doctor Who), valued at US$1 billion in 2019.

Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry conceived the notion of a small science vessel exploring deep space decades before it would be possible to create special effects for such a show. He pitched this idea several times unsuccessfully until November 1964, when he finally managed to sell it to Desilu Studios as a bizarre “wagon train to the stars” concept he called Star Trek. In September 1966,

“In the beginning, there was nothing. Then God said, “Let there be Light”, and there was Light. But the Light was still alone, so God created Adam and Eve… And it was good.”

“But there was a snake in paradise. And he bit Eve’s apple, and then they saw they were naked, and they were ashamed.”

“Then God went, “Oh no you di’int!” and he threw them out of paradise forever. ‘Cause they screwed up.”

“But that wasn’t the end of it. ‘Cause when you’re living with a snake like that… You know he’s never gonna give up. No way!”

“And that’s how the boogeyman was born.”

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