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John Carpenter's Blockhead's Revenge?

Well, not quite. But the horror icon does introduce this short from Funny or Die that takes Charles M. Schultz's classic Peanuts characters and dumps them in a Halloween setting that's a long way from It's The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown.

This has to be seen to be believed, and it's pretty damn funny to boot. I'm a die hard Peanuts fan and I love Halloween, so go figure.

Or should I say, "good grief!?!"


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  1. The way Carpenter opens the segment by breaking into a piano solo almost made me pee myself!

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  2. I loved his straight faced delivery. ROFL

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