You probably thought that Michael Myers escapes the asylum every Halloween just to kill babysitters and sister surrogates. Well, now you know the truth. Sometimes doctors hurt more than heal.
Happy October from Grinsane!
Leaves are turning, temperatures are falling, and masked maniacs are plotting their escapes from rubber rooms. Get your costumes ready, your candy supplies prepped, and check back next week for more spooky cartoons and strange comics.
I’m completely tanked. I estimate 100 kids showed up on Halloween night, and since my wife was working late, I single-handedly worked the fog machine, the werewolf megaphone, and handed out candy. All worthwhile, though. Our stoop was fully decorated and several of the kids even commented on how awesome it was. “You have the best house,” said one, before I gave him two more handfuls of premium Halloween candy.
We saw the new Halloween movie the week before. A pretty solid sequel, I thought, but I must be getting old — the best part of the movie for me was watching JLC deal with her PTSD, and MM’s initial escape (I don’t think those are spoilers if you haven’t seen the movie — you didn’t think Michael Myers wasn’t going to escape, right?). I feel like this with a lot of horror movies, though — I’m more into seeing how the cuckoo clock is assembled than watching the bird pop out of the hole 12 times.
SPOCK, HUH, WHAT?
If you are a regular visitor to this site or fan of the Halloween movies, you probably don’t need this cartoon explained. But just in case not, geek out with this video:
Thank you for reading and please check back next week for another horror comedy cartoon from Grinsane!