Next up on the AMC marathon is Halloween III: Season Of The Witch, a film that doesn't feature any of the original characters and was apparently made despite an executive screaming, "NO, YOU IDIOT. THAT'S NOT HOW FRANCHISES WORK. MY MILLLIOOOONNNNS!" and crumbling into dust. What I'm trying to say is that Halloween III has nothing to do with Michael Myers. Or does it?
The film starts off with a guy being slowly stalked by creepy emotionless men with superhuman strength -- beings that are very comparable to a certain Shatner-masked psychopath. However, these creeps turn out to be lifelike android assassins created by the Silver Shamrock Company to help carry out their plan of killing children with microchipped Halloween masks, for reasons that are surely self-evident.
As it turns out, the head droid is played by Dick Warlock, who also played Michael in Halloween II. That is, until he "dies" and weird yellow stuff starts gushing out of his mouth ...
You know, because he's a robot. So that's ... robot fluid? Lubricant? Whatever, the point is that Michael Myers starts leaking similar stuff after Paul Rudd beats his face in with a pipe at the end of Halloween: The Curse Of Michael Myers (the sixth one). Look: