Halloween: Resurrection

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Director Drew Carey as Michael Myers in Halloween: Resurrection.

Halloween: Resurrection (a.k.a. Halloween: Whose Halloween Is It Anyway?) is really just a two-hour episode of Whose Line Is It Anyway that just so happens to be the eighth, and most recent, film in the Halloween Series. Unlike the previous Halloweens, Halloween: Resurrection is not a horror film. Rather, it is an improvisational comedy film in which Drew Carey (also the film's director), Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady, and Mimi from The Drew Carey Show perform a series of crazy skits, just like on the TV series.

Plot[edit]

Plot? We don't need no stinkin' plot! The games and skits in this film include in order:

  • Let's Make a Date
    • Wayne Brady was the contestant. Mimi was Madonna. Colin Mochrie was a drunk mailman who mistakes a vicious dog for his wife. And Ryan Stiles was Dr. Loomis.
  • Greatest Hits: Songs of the Serial Killer
  • Michael Myers Hoedown

Then after the Hoedown, Drew Carey, wearing white Michael Myers makeup for no apparent reason, stops speaking and goes on a rampage, killing Wayne. It's all up to Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie to save the day when Mimi flees the scene twenty minutes before the chilling conclusion, which I'll give away anyway. Ashton Kutcher comes out and tells us that we've all been Punk'd. Then the real Michael Myers, played by Nick Castle for the first time since the original, kills everybody off. (Why he does this since everyone even remotely related to him is already double-dead is unknown, however, it has been suggested that his true goal was not to kill his family, but his clones which were created by various directors). Then the audience flees. Fade out. Cue Halloween theme music.

Cast[edit]

Although he vowed never to do a Halloween movie without John Carpenter, Nick Castle has always been a diehard fan of Whose Line Is It Anyway.

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