Jason Vorhees, Freddy Krueger and Leatherface makes cameos, too.
With a new "Halloween" movie hitting theaters and Netflix releasing a new season of "Making a Murderer" today, it made total sense for James Corden to parody both of them at the same time on Thursday night.
The "Late Late Show" host wore that infamous white mask to play Michael Myers in a short mockumentary imagining a crime documentary about the authorities trying to bust the serial killer for his many, many offenses.
"They got the wrong guy," Corden's Myers said. "I love babysitters. Murder them? I think you should give them a raise."
"Making a Halloween Murderer" documented Myers' life behind bars, where he's been sitting for 40 years since getting pinched for stalking and killing teenagers in John Carpenter's original 1978 film.
And the rest of your favorite cinematic serial killers make cameos, too, with Jason Vorhees vouching for his pal.
"The only thing Mike ever killed was the dance floor. The guy could move," Vorhees said with a machete in hand.