You have to wonder why Paul Rudd never did more horror. In Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers — the best of the post-Carpenter sequels — Rudd plays a grown-up version of Tommy Doyle, the young boy who watched Mikey chase his babysitter with a butcher knife in the original. That set-up alone is worth a drink, but add a legitimately creepy performance from comedy stud Rudd and it’s worth a hangover.

The only thing better than watching horror films? Watching horror films and drinking beers. Drinking lots of beers. The Macabre Bros. give the Internet what it so desperately wants with The Drinking Games, an ongoing series of liver-testing games tailor-made for horror films. Be warned: The rules occasionally give away twists, plot points and other spoilers, so we recommend seeing the films first. Now, let’s get rowdy.

The Legend
H = Take a hit.
D = 1 drink of beer.
S = 1 shot of the hard stuff. Let’s go with Breckenridge bourbon this time.
X = Strikeout. Do all three of the above, then blow the hit out.
C = Categories. Go around the group and name Paul Rudd movies. First person to blank a movie drinks.
As usual, our rules call for 1 drink at every death, sex scene and boob sighting.

The Rules
Tommy’s having a vision! Or is he just dreaming? (firs time)  — H
Jump scares! They come by the boatload (every time) — D
Whelp, looks like Dad is mad again (every time) — D
Cheers to the charmingly abandoned Myers house, a real fixer-upper (first appearance) — D
The first appearance of Paul Rudd, aka Tommy Doyle — C
The first appearance of Donald Pleasence, aka Mikey’s old buddy, old pal Dr. Loomis — D
Oooooh he takes a knife in the wiener…nice — S or X
Two for our homie Mikey when he “dies” — Finish your beer and H


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