Six years after Michael Myers last terrorized Haddonfield, he returns there in pursuit of his niece, Jamie Lloyd, who has escaped with her newborn child, for which Michael and a mysterious cult have sinister plans.
Six years after Michael Myers' last massacre in Haddonfield, Jamie Lloyd has a child, but is then killed by Michael. Michael is allied with the Cult of Thorn, who both protect him and gave him the Curse of Thorn, the reason he killed all of his family. The Strode Family also moved into the Myers' house and are stalked by Michael. Sam Loomis and Tommy Doyle, a boy Laurie babysat during Michael's first rampage, are now out to stop Michael and the cult. Michael heads to kill Jamie's son and the rest of Laurie's family, but Dr. Loomis and Tommy plan to stop the curse, defeat the cult, stop Michael, and put an end to his murderous rampages, once and for all.Written by
The writer and filmmakers' intentions with the script were to ultimately unveil what had kept Michael Myers alive, and his reasons for killing. They decided upon using the "Curse of Thorn" angle, which is the concept that Myers had been under the influence of an ancient Celtic curse that drove him to murder all family members in his bloodline; once this task was completed, the curse would be passed onto another young child. See more »
When Kara Strode is walking around the university, a pair is shown kissing on the table. 10 seconds later, they are shown again, but in a distance and walking slowly. They would doubtfully make that distance in 10 seconds without running or walking really fast. See more »
There is a version of this sixth Halloween film which has many scenes not shown in the theatrical release, as well as a different title/logo, different character developments, and a different ending. This "Producer's Cut"'s most noticeable differences are: See more »
Believe it or not, I found Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers to be very entertaining. But it had the same feeling as part 5, not really scary but entertaining. This movie had it's good and bad qualities just like the other sequels.
1. The tenseful beginning. It had quite a sad, but gruesome, end to it.
2. I thought the music was awesome. That was the films highest point. Those guitar riffs were sweet.
3. The characters were very intriguing, particularly Tommy Doyle. Kara, Tim and Beth were likable characters.
4. The mask was pretty cool, compared to the last one.
1. TOO much gore! That's not really the Halloween trademark.
2. Lack of screen time for Michael Myers and Dr. Loomis.
3. Too many unanswered questions. One I'd like to know is when is the producer's cut going to come out?
All in all, I enjoyed this movie, but it's not the original. 7/10
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