Michael Audrey Myers (born October 19, 1957), also known as The Shape or The Bogeyman is a serial killer typically portrayed as the embodiment of pure evil and the main antagonist of the Halloween franchise. He is the archenemy of Laurie Strode and Samuel Loomis.
We've selected our favorite officially licensed Halloween / Michael Myers merchandise for you.
Madrid x Halloween Skateboard Decks
Madrid Skateboards who to the average person might not be a household name, but we can guarantee you've seen their work. A Madrid board was ridden by Marty McFly in the original Back to the Future movie and even featured in the hit Netflix series Stranger Things in Season 3. These limited edition 40th Anniversary Halloween Michael Myers Skateboard Decks are a must have for the ultimate horror fan. It's not something you see everyday in everyone's collection and yes they're officially licensed, no longer produced and limited stock left. Shop Skateboard Decks
Michael Myers Enamel Pins
Put them on your backpack or wear them to Universal Studios on your lanyard this Halloween Horror Nights season. These Michael Myers Halloween enamel pins are the perfect way to add a little horror and classic slasher feel to life. From the classic poster knife to Michael Myers mask tons of enamel pins are in stock and ready to ship. But maybe the classic round buttons are more your style. Shop Enamel Pins
Halloween is everyday for most of us and the Halloween series is a true classic. From the Halloween Safety T-Shirt to the Japanese Inspired Michael Myers shirt there are dozens of Myers shirts to add to your wardrobe and rock that spooky lifestyle year-round. Ohh and how could we forget the Michael Myers "Haddonfield" patch trucker hat.
Rugs for your Crypts
Add some spookiness to your home crypt with these Halloween themed area rugs. Perfect for that man cave or even your entry way the Classic Movie Poster Rug and Michael Myers Slasher Rug will make your horror room stand out from everyone else's.
Speaking of your crypt...
Why not add a cute little Michael Myers Plush to your couch for when you watch those spooky horror films. The classic VHS Tape Blanket and the Curse of Michael Myers Blanket are the perfect thing for those cold nights with your boo.
From the classic packaging to the style of the figures, these ReAction figures are a blast from the past and what better thing to add to your classic Halloween collection. Featuring Lori Strode and of course the ultimate slasher Michael Myers these figures are a unique and fun nightmare fueled toy. We couldn't forget about the NECA Michael Myers Bobble Head and the ultimate game of chance the Universal Classic Horror Blind Bags, while we're on the topic of collectible toys.
Halloween Pumpkin Purse
Based on the Pumpkin, as seen in the opening credits, this is the perfect way to show your love of John Carpenter's Halloween featuring horror legend and icon Michael Myers. This incredible Pumpkin Purse produced by Trick or Treat Studios is made using the highest quality Vegan Leather for excellent durability and designed by Kenny R Avila from Love Pain and Stitches.
The Ultimate Horror Collector Items
There are those who just have a simple Michael Myers Halloween costume... and there are those who really love Michael Myers and the classic series that John Carpenter created. The officially licensed sterling silver Michael Myers Ring and Classic Clown Necklace are the items for the true fan. Both pieces created by Trick or Treat Studios are beautifully crafted and a must for any Halloween die hard.
A Piece of Screen History
Everyone collection has that one thing that makes people say "ohhh whats that?", well this would be that item. These license plates are a screen accurate replica right off the silver screen. The basic Illinois 59H 390 License Plate is produced as seen on the Station Wagon that Michael Myers hijacks after escaping the psychiatric hospital in the 1978 and the less known tribute to John Carpenter's is the gold California NFB 418 License Plate is produced as seen on Marion Crane’s Ford Custom 300 in the 1960 horror film Psycho.
In Halloween H2O, Jamie Lee Curtis' secretary is played by her real-life mother, Janet Leigh, who played Marion in Hitchcock's' Psycho. In her final scene, music from Psycho plays as Janet's character walks to her car. It's the same car she drove (and Norman Bates sunk) in Psycho and identical licenses plate.