If anyone knows the Halloween franchise, that person is Justin Beahm. The guy’s a walking encyclopedia of all things Michael Myers-related, and is currently writing the definitive book on the series, Halloween: The Complete Authorized History, which from the sound of it, is gearing up to be one hell of a read. Justin was nice enough to chat with Icons Of Fright, and talked everything from the book to his thoughts on where the series should go next. Check it out!
Writing the definitive book on the Halloween series is a huge undertaking, what inspired you to take it on?
The whole thing started several years ago, I think four years ago, when I was working on an article for Fangoria Magazine on the Halloween 4-6 story arc. I’ve always been kind of fascinated by that, and the series as a whole has always had such »
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