Anchorman 2's Champ Kind Reveals his 5 Favorite Horror Movies for Halloween
Celebrating Halloween early, Channel 4 Sportscaster Champ Kind has ridden his Whiskey Train into Hell Town for a countdown of his own personal top 5 horror movies. He wants to remind everyone that Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is coming to theaters this December, but that whole month might be spent in a blackout spiral of crack smoke, as its his first turn (aside from the occasional live appearance) in the spotlight since Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy made him a living legend in 2004.
Champ knows a lot of you might be planning a real "Whammy!" of a costume based on him and his three best friends and co-works in the world, Ron, Brick, and Brian. Before delving into his own personal favorite horror stash, he does offer this advice on entering the world in a Kind disguise.
"You need to have three others who aren't dressing as Champ Kind! You need to know who these three other people are that are going to be on your news team. You need to trust them. They usually come in fours, right? Four or five? I guess it's the hat. You need to have a really good cowboy hat, or no one's going to know."
Tagline: The Night he came home! Premise: A psychotic man in a William Shatner mask returns to his hometown after being institutionalizes since childhood, and he decides to make a bloody day of it. Just as Champ Kind and his Channel 4 News team plan to do when they return to their hometown of San Diego this December. Champ Says: I like the Supernatural. Supernatural things. I've always considered the Halloween movies supernatural. How does Mike Myers keep coming back, right? (Laughs) Yeah. That came out when I was in high school, and it scared the crap out of me! I look back, and its pretty cheaply made. But my god, that scared me so much!
Grab your Scotch and relive Champ Kind's horrible childhood with these five classics. A special shout out to David Koechner, who put us in touch with Champ this morning, making this special Halloween treat possible. Thanks, Dave, you are truly one of the greats, and we hope you all have a wonderful Halloween!