James Corden turned ‘Halloween’ into a ridiculous true crime documentary

You’ve gotta love a good true crime documentary, with all its real-life drama and grainy courtroom footage.

James Corden took it upon himself to give Michael Myers, the famously silent killer of the Halloween movie franchise, the true crime treatment. In a sketch on The Late Late Show, Corden donned the signature Halloween mask and sat down for interrogation with a pretty thin claim to innocence. 

“I don’t know where this ‘he doesn’t talk’ thing comes from, I thought I had the right to remain silent, but whatever,” Corden says.

You’ve got 11 movies worth of evidence stacked against you, mate.

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