Forget what you know about the Halloween film franchise – we’re going back to basics.
As the 40th anniversary of John Carpenter’s Halloween approaches, we return to Haddonfield with the new Halloween film, oddly also titled Halloween…
It’s a sequel to the 1978 film, and now four decades later, we’ll see Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis), her daughter and granddaughter come face-to-face with Michael Myers as they fight for their survival.
We’re keeping our fingers crossed that the new Halloween movie won’t be a disappointment like many of the past sequels. If the critic reviews are anything to go by, we all may leave the cinema happy.
Although Halloween is going in a new direction and disregarding all the convoluted story lines in the other sequels, those already with Halloween tattoos have nothing to worry about – the mask of Michael Myers remains the same.
Just as we hope the new Halloween is good, we want the same for you and your own Halloween themed tattoo. Don’t make the same mistakes of many in the Halloween and Michael Myers tags on Instagram – please ensure that you do adequate artist research before booking an appointment. Your next tattoo artist may just be one of those featured below.
Be terrified by your tattoo for all the right reasons!
Michael Myers will never die – the people with his image on their body will eventually meet their demise, but there’s no guarantee that Michael will suffer the same fate.
Haddonfield is not a place you want to be come Halloween, so come to LWG instead! We’ve compiled 100 spooky and spoopy themed tattoo posts that we’ll be sharing with you over the next 31 days.