Making a Murderer and Halloween Collide in Hilarious Mash-Up Thanks to James Corden

This sketch takes two pop culture phenomenons and blends them together in a hilarious fashion.

By Chris Harnick Oct 19, 2018 12:59 PMTags

Everyone loves crossovers and mash-ups, James Corden is no different. The Late Late Show with James Corden debuted Making a Halloween Murderer: Michael Myers, blending Netflix's wildly popular Making a Murderer documentary series and the slasher horror flick Halloween starring Jamie Lee Curtis.

In the video above, Corden plays Michael Myers, the notorious killer from the film series. It's unnerving to hear his joyful British voice coming from behind that creepy mask that, yes, was really a mold of Star Trek star William Shatner. The documentary features interviews with prosecutors, police and friends of Michael Myers, including Jason Voorhees, yes that Jason from the Friday the 13th movies. He's listed as "summer camp groundskeeper."

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"People love talking about the past and I think that's sad, to be honest, I do," Corden's Michael says. "Yesterday is gone, tomorrow has not yet come, we have only today. That's Mother Teresa. One of my faves."

Click play on the video to watch the fake documentary above.

Making a Murderer returns to Netflix on Friday, Oct. 19, the same day the new Halloween hits theaters.

The Late Late Show with James Corden airs weeknights, 12:37 a.m. on CBS.

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