Michael Myers Halloween Costumes
They claim that evil never truly dies: it is either rejected by hell, or perhaps some other mysterious curse or magical secret that keeps it going. That certainly seems true for many of the supernaturally-charged slashers out there populating our favorite scary movies. Whether they're rising up like the undead, conjured back by wicked witches, or are seemingly immune to getting slain in the first place, you can trust that the sinister breathing and silent stares of these maniacs will keep everyone on pins and needles! Perhaps that's why these Halloween Michael Myers costumes are so perfect. They keep coming back, year after year, always with a few new details that are bound to have you grinning with glee. Fortunately, masks can help you look like a catatonic psychopath while you enjoy Halloween in the way only Michael Myers can... by creeping your family out!
Adult Michael Myers Coveralls
Sometimes a simple disguise is the best way to go, don't you think? Well, Michael Myers seems to. Is it out of convenience that he always runs into an unfortunate worker wearing a uniform? There's got to be something in there that helps him move around with ninja-like stealth while causing a certain end to anyone who gets in his way! Whether it is intent, accident, or strange work of Samhain fate, a pair of coveralls is the perfect start to a Michael Myers Halloween costume. Get ready to make this Halloween one to remember.
Michael Myers Costume
Give some honor to the fallen mechanic that helped to make Michael Myer's look exactly what it became. Of course, unless you're paying attention to the extended films, there isn't a whole lot to know about Christopher Hastings. But if you're stalking the streets on Samhain as Michael Myers, you probably aren't going to be too concerned with who the mechanic was... just that he helped you get out of your clothing from the psychiatric ward! Be prepared to confront all sorts of antagonists when you stride into your neighborhood as "The Shape" in a classic combo of navy blue coveralls and the twisted mask of Michael Myers. Show those other slashers who the real invincible evil is and make everyone forget all about Freddy!
Michael Myers Halloween II Costume
Perhaps you're more interested in showing how a slightly disheveled Michael manages to keep at his evil task despite being stabbed, shot, and chucked out a window! Sneak away from your targets to get right back on track. The night has gone on, though, and that blue filter isn't as crucial anymore. Time to reveal the truth! Those coveralls were actually green the whole time!? Well, this will make it fun for your friends and family as they try to correctly identify that you're Michael Myers from Halloween II... at least until they remember what Myers does with his friends and family, anyway. We recommend just chasing them around. After all, once Myers has no family left, he doesn't have much of a reason to keep haunting, does he?
Michael Myers Costumes for Kids
A particularly creepy way that you might go to really enjoy your Samhain is to start where it all began. Little Michael Myers was just six when he started his journey into darkness. That might sound a tad intimidating as the parent, but fortunately you're protected by the magic of replica. All of the spooky atmosphere with none of the actual danger! With all that said, your little tyke could make a great reminder of the beginning of the Halloween series, because when your kids are on the hunt for Halloween costumes, Michael Myers is a terrifyingly perfect way to go. Show them that there are way better freaky holidays than Friday the 13th and its mascot slasher, Jason! These Michael Myers kid costumes are perfect for some killer kidding around!
Michael Myers Child Costume
Let your fresh-faced killer start out the adventure with the iconic look from the first film. They're young enough that they might think a mask based on Star Trek's Captain Kirk is spooky as is, but when the latex mask is given that white-as-death look, phew! That's something really out of this world! Just remind your kiddo that, while Michael Myers was practically invincible and evil to the core, this version of Halloween is just for pretend. Safety standards are still in place! That means no sneaking in bushes, breathing heavy, and leaping out at high schoolers with toy weapons. Those older kids have plenty on their minds without having to run screaming from a tiny murderer in a mask... no matter how much fun it would be to watch them do it!
Rob Zombie Michael Myers Costume
After freaking out a few folks from the neighborhood, your tyke might find that they're a tad tuckered out. Totally reasonable for a miniature Michael that hasn't quite grown into the whole invulnerability thing. That's where a more tattered look for Myers is perfect! The mask is a bit cracked. A fresh new take on the service uniform. If you're looking for a real authentic bit of horrific fun, you can't go wrong with Rob Zombie's take on kiddo Michael Myers! Talk about a look that was raised from the dead! After all that Myers went through, who can say that this guy isn't a zombie, himself? Perhaps your kiddo can be the one to solve the puzzle once and for all!
Michael Myers Masks & Weapons
Whether you are heading to Haddonfield to do some hunting as Michael Myers or the folks just trying to survive the haunted night, the right clothes are only the first step to transforming into your role. To have the best Michael Myers costume, you need the right accessories to go along with it. And the only way to survive a confrontation with the silent devil is to know where to wound him... even if all that does is let you escape. Make sure that your Halloween is a frightfully fun evening by choosing the perfect face for your doomed dude.
Michael Myers Mask
Channel the creepy terror of the expressionless Michael Myers as friends, family, and strangers alike try to see through to those devil eyes behind this economy mask. This style of mask gives you an especially pale look, just like the white-painted Shatner mask of film history. If you're looking for a Michael that is fresh, untouched, and ready for disaster, this look is great because the mask looks pristine and the hair is perfectly slicked back. With this look, you might as well be "The Shape" hiding in the bushes, the Boogeyman that only little Tommy suspects he's seen. The horror is just about to begin!
Halloween II Mask
When the night has gone poorly and you’ve been stabbed and shot and shoved through windows, you're bound to look a little disheveled. It’s at this point that a mask revealing mad scientist hair and growing fatigue might be the right choice. Don't worry, Michael never actually tires out, but even psychopaths have bad hair days. (Actually, probably especially psychopaths.) This roughed up mask is perfect for that midnight look for your Myers that is no longer playing Mr. Nice Lunatic.
Michael Myers Blood Tears Mask
Perhaps you've been really quiet for fifteen years and are on the outs with the rest of your family members. You just need to have a final "chat" with your little sister to help explain your side of the story... with your machete. But, shooting out your eyes!? That's just rude. What can you say about those little sisters, right? Fortunately, you've got the gumption to keep going even though you should really be dead by now. Cry all you want, but you've got a job to do! This bleeding-tears Michael mask helps you show the frustration of a long night where your dark deeds are just about complete. Just remember to avoid those explosive endings.
Halloween 2018 Mask
Even invincible murderers need to take a moment to reflect and start from scratch. A nice reboot helps everyone see things from a different perspective and maybe do a few things differently. We've seen. We've grown. We've changed! And the same is true of 2018 Michael Myers. He's a more sophisticated killer now, and he’s trying a fresh approach. That means a more realistic-looking mask and a sinister route to finish off the tasks he couldn't complete in that other timeline. Tell a different kind of slasher story with some details that folks will wish they didn't see coming!
Halloween Butcher Knife
Whether you're the hunter or the hunted, the night of Halloween provides a ton of danger that you need to be prepared for. Clearly, guns are not particularly effective. They are just too loud and lack the horrific finesse that a real killer needs to embody. (Even if you're obliged to play the role of the victim, bullets don't do anything to slow down Michael Myers.) But we're talking about a slasher for a reason. A good movie prop butcher knife has a surprising effect on anything! That's probably why they show up in so many slasher films... but there will always be something special about the Halloween butcher knife.
When the night is coming to a close, there is no weapon for Michael Myers other than the iconic blade of doom: his machete. And no clean weapon just purchased from the local serial killer supply store will do. This needs to be a machete that has seen things... has met several victims. It needs to be as intimidating as the killer who wields it. Basically, it needs to be a blood-coated blade. It's going to look pretty frightening in the hands of any would-be killer, but there is nothing that says psychopath more than the combo of a machete and a Michael Myers mask. Enjoy!
Whichever frightening look you wear, whichever accessories will transform you from reasonable regular to supernatural slasher, you also have to come equipped with the right bits of daunting dialogue! Even if you don’t have the films committed to memory, we can help you get into the spirit with some select quotes. Sure, Michael might not have much to say, but that doesn't mean that you can't take the warnings to heart for when Myers comes to call!
- Brackett: "It's Halloween; everyone's entitled to one good scare."
- Dr. Loomis: "I spent eight years trying to reach him, and then another seven trying to keep him locked up, because I realized what was living behind that boy's eyes was purely and simply... evil."
- Dr. Loomis: "Death has come to your little town, Sheriff."
- Laurie: "Was that the Boogeyman?"
Dr. Loomis: "As a matter of fact, that was."
- Dr. Loomis: "We're not talking about any ordinary prisoner! We are talking about evil on two legs."
- Laurie: "There's nothing to be scared of."
Tommy: "Are you sure? How?"
Laurie: "I killed him."
Tommy: "But, you can't kill the Boogeyman!"
- Dr. Loomis: "He came home!"
- Michael: *heavy breathing*