You could remove the zombies from Shaun of the Dead, give the film an entirely different plot, and still have a cast of well-written characters. The characters in Edgar Wright's apocalyptic comedy are as defined by what they are not as what they are, and depend on the cast to fill in those flaws. Lessons From the Screenplay takes a deep dive into Wright and Shaun of the Dead to show that strong characters are essential to a film, even if it's a comedy.
Like any good villain whose career spans 11 films, Michael Myers has evolved and changed and grown with the times — but he's still a crazed, murderous psychopath. The iconic Captin Kirk mask has had a few changes well, from hair color to hairstyle to various states of weathering. Tell it Animated goes through all of Myers' costumes through the series of films along with a little background to keep you up-to-date on what you might have missed.