Why is Michael Myers so hard to put down? (Halloween Spoilers)
This is more of a lore question towards Halloween, rather than DBD. However, since Myers is in DBD, I feel like it's appropriate to ask this here. This question ONLY applies to the 2018 timeline, which is the first movie, the 2018 movie, the 2021 movie, and the next one called Halloween Ends. Anything from the other movies is irrelevant to this discussion.
Michael Myers in the movies mentioned above is a lot less supernatural than the other iterations of the character. Although he doesn't survive extreme things like being burnt alive or shot in the head like the other movies, the amount of stab and bullet wounds he receives over the course of those 3 movies would certainly put a normal person down. At the end of the 2021 movie, he gets shot in the chest and stabbed MULTIPLE times, but still somehow gets back up.
While it's possible that he just has very good pain tolerance, pain isn't the concern here, it's whether or not someone could actually survive that kind of damage. Realistically, that would kill a normal person, but even if it didn't, they most certainly wouldn't be able to get right back up from it, seemingly unfazed and ready to kill some more.
So, is there any actual logical explanation as to how Myers survives all this stuff? If not, does anyone have any theories?