A lawyer from Galveston, Texas, caused quite a scene on Monday when he was spotted strolling along a seawall beach disguised as Michael Myers, the blood-thirsty psycho killer from the Halloween films.
He was also carrying what appeared from a distance to be a bloody knife.
ABC13 reporter Mycah Hatfield captured the ominous sighting that happened ahead of Hurricane Nicholas' landfall in Texas, and she posted the footage on Twitter.
Even his staggering gait eerily mimicked Michael Myers.
Well, either that or he had a mean pebble stuck in his shoe.
The police received a call reporting a masked man walking with a bloody knife—an image synonymous with the iconic crazed killer, except this time on the Texas shoreline.
Even the beach patrol got in on the joke and played the theme song from the Halloween movie.
The lawyer told the Galveston County Daily News he was "still fuzzy" about what was illegal about his actions that led to his citation.
The curtain may have come down for Metzger's creepy performance on Monday, but the "real" Michael Myers will make his return to theaters in the latest film from the slasher franchise.
Halloween Kills will be the twelfth installment in the film series that will reunite the masked killer with his original target, Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis).
The anticipated movie is the sequel to 2018's Halloween, and after a delay from its original October 2020 release date due to the pandemic, it is now scheduled for release on October 15, 2021, in theaters and on Peacock Premium.