By THOMAS BOND, Oklahoma City Horror Movie Examiner
(as published on Examiner.com)
On October 25th, one of the best American horror films ever made will be re-released in theatres to the joyous cries of horror fans and movie snobs alike – John Carpenter’s 1978 slasher, “Halloween“, which introduced us to one of the most insatiably evil and ominous forces this side of Satan himself:Michael Myers.
A masterwork of horror it may be, the film still has its flaws, not the least of which is the plot point involving an escaped Michael Myers driving a car, which he never learned to do seeing as he was institutionalized at a young age after killing his sister. Die-hard fans and newbies can agree that this plot-hole is somewhat troublesome, even if it can be overlooked.
Thankfully, a long-lost deleted scene has surfaced that explains the masked killer’s apparent leap in driving talent. Watch the video to see for yourself, but beware, it is quite violent…
(Read the full story and watch the lost footage here, at Examiner.com)