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TWIG Topic Show episode 92-Halloween Series Retrospective w/ Welshy and James Rolfe

Have you ever looked into the face of evil?
Well Birdman and his friends James Rolfe and Welshy have and they are prepared to take you to a little town called Haddonfield where evil has taken up residence.
In this month’s topic show we take a look at the landmark “Halloween” franchise and it’s titular character of Michael Myers.
We examine our favorite moments from the series and some of our not so favorite moments…..Busta Rhymes anyone?
We also have a fun discussion near the end of the show about who would win a DEATH BATTLE with Michael Myers from horrors pantheon of villains!

The wrestling match of Evil Welshy mentioned
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  • John Connor

    Around the 52 minute mark, its mentioned that Zombie wanted Halloween 2 to be psychological and all in Laurie’s mind (that she was the killer and Michael’s been dead the entire time in the film). Is this fact? Where is he getting this info from?

    I see the finished theatrical film as exactly this. So if this is true and Rob Zombie wanted that, then he totally succeeded.

    I do know Zombie mentioned in an interview that he never wanted it to be supernatural which would negate the popular interpretation of H2 that Michael and Laurie are having a psychic connection, seeing the same things. But later (as mentioned in the podcast above) Zombie seems to give in to that interpretation in the commentary.