Monster of the Week: Michael Myers (Halloween Franchise) – 1978 | New 5th Edition Monster

“Death is the only solution for Michael.“ What can I possibly say about Michael Myers, the Halloween franchise and the original 1978 Halloween movie that hasn’t been said already? It’s a film that re-made and arguably made the modern slasher genre into what it is today. It launched the careers of John Carpenter (The Thing)Continue reading “Monster of the Week: Michael Myers (Halloween Franchise) – 1978 | New 5th Edition Monster”

Monster of the Week: Beetlejuice | New 5th Edition Monster

It’s showtime! A commercial success that spawned an all-new cinematic icon, Beetlejuice (1988) was an eighties classic that turned actor Michael Keaton into a household name. A rude, crude and nasty dude, the undead bio-exorcist Beetlejuice gets summoned to deal with a slight problem of the living plaguing a recently deceased husband and wife. WithContinue reading “Monster of the Week: Beetlejuice | New 5th Edition Monster”

Monster of the Week: Johnny Bartlett

I’ve been carrying on the good work. Films Synopsis: When his wife dies in a tragic car accident, architect Frank Bannister (Michael J Fox) develops the ability to see ghosts. In the wake of the tragedy and his newfound powers, he takes up a career as an exorcist, aided by a trio of ghostly friends.Continue reading “Monster of the Week: Johnny Bartlett”