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Michael Myers. The Shape. Whatever you call him, the one thing everyone agrees on is that he’s pure evil. As Sam Loomis told us in the original film, “I spent eight years trying to reach him, and then another seven trying to keep him locked up, because I realized that what was living behind that boy’s eyes was purely and simply… evil.” The young boy Loomis first met is long gone. Myers has grown old and wrinkled, but the evil remains. But are there limits to his villainy? There just might be.
In the new Halloween sequel — a direct followup to John Carpenter‘s 1978 slasher classic that strips Michael Myers of his supernatural powers (and familial connections) established in the sequels — The Shape is brought back to his roots as a force of evil, but when the masked murderer comes upon a baby crying in a crib in the midst of killing spree. But Myers doesn’t take the baby bait. He pauses, thinks for a beat, and then moves on. So why doesn’t he kill the baby?
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