Lately it seems like most everyone wants a piece of Michael Myers.
Halloween Kills is due to hit theaters Oct. 15, 2021 and the (reportedly) final act in the franchise–Halloween Ends–is planned for an Oct. 14, 2022 release. But before all that horror rains down, fans can put their bid in for a critical chunk of Halloween history–Michael Myers’ house from Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers.
That’s right. The house used to shoot that Halloween installment recently was put up for sale, as reported by movieweb.com. The “Myers’ house”–located in Salt Lake City, Utah–is listed as having 10 bedrooms, five baths and four kitchens and 7,300 square feet of living space. And, just in case your bank account has a lot of zeroes, the asking price is a mere $1 million.
The house’s official real estate listing calls the building a “Victorian estate” designed by Frederick Albert Hale. It served as “a residence for several notable families (no mention of the Myers name) before it was converted into apartments in the mid-1900s.”
In addition, in case you don’t remember from the movie, the house boasts “high ceilings, large solid-wood doors, stained-glass windows and its sits on a corner lot in the coveted Avenues neighborhood.”
The house certainly took on an spookier aspect for Halloween 5, courtesy of writer/director Dominique Othenin-Girard. The film–starring Donald Pleasence and Danielle Harris–follows Michael Myers as he returns to Haddonfield to murder his niece Jamie one year after the events in Halloween 4. This entry–which was not treated kindly by critics or fans–reportedly was the poorest-performing movie in the series to date, grossing just $11.6 million worldwide on a $6-million budget.
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