In 'Making A Halloween Murderer,' Michael Myers Maintains His Innocence

We never hear the iconic killer talk in the movies, but here he sounds oddly like late-night host James Corden.

It’s been 40 years since Michael Myers terrorized the small town of Haddonfield, Illinois, killing three teenagers in that first “Halloween.” Despite the mountains of evidence placing him at the scene, Myers says ― in a very charming British accent ― that it’s all been a huge mix-up.

Thursday night on “The Late Late Show With James Corden,” a new not-so-true crime documentary called “Making A Halloween Murderer” follows Myers as he sits in prison awaiting critical DNA evidence to exonerate him. 

A new “Halloween” sequel-reboot starring Jamie Lee Curtis hits theaters on Friday. But we suppose Myers will try to talk his way out of his behavior in that one, too.