The spooky season has arrived, and many viewers will be watching horror films throughout the month. David Gordon Green's Halloween Kills is a great gift for horror enthusiasts. Although Green recently highlighted the difficulties of filming the boogeyman, the renowned monster Michael Myers is returning to theaters.
Michael Myers is one of the most well-known horror villains of all time, and many directors have attempted to capture the masked figure on film. In Halloween Kills, his mask was also burnt from his time locked in Laurie's house, giving him a unique haunting experience. Working with the renowned mask might be tough at times, according to David Gordon Green, who says: “The Michael Myers mask, it only works in certain angles and certain lighting environments. So sometimes you'll get so caught up in dialogue that you'll think, 'Oh wait. But then the mask is not getting the love it needs by the lighting department.' And so it's just kind of juggling all of those technical... I mean, there's no scene in this movie that's just two people talking in a room. So it gets very challenging trying to figure out where to prioritize. Is it in the atmosphere, is it in the technical, is it in the emotional?”
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