Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers

1995 "Terror Never Rests in Peace."
4.7| 1h28m| R| en

Six years ago, Michael Myers terrorized the town of Haddonfield, Illinois. He and his niece, Jamie Lloyd, have disappeared. Jamie was kidnapped by a bunch of evil druids who protect Michael Myers. And now, six years later, Jamie has escaped after giving birth to Michael's child. She runs to Haddonfield to get Dr. Loomis to help her again.


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Vioundon One hour and a half of nothing
FrogGlace In other words,this film is a surreal ride.
Murphy Howard I enjoyed watching this film and would recommend other to give it a try , (as I am) but this movie, although enjoyable to watch due to the better than average acting fails to add anything new to its storyline that is all too familiar to these types of movies.
Mandeep Tyson The acting in this movie is really good.
Gresh854 This is it! We've officially hit rock bottom with this franchise! Not only does Halloween: The Curse Of Michael Myers feature cheap jump scares, but it also features even more cheap jump scares, followed by even more cheap jump scares! Okay, but in all seriousness, this film truly was atrocious. It's quite disappointing considering the beginning of this film was actually somewhat interesting. I'll admit it, I was hooked! I had hope! Unfortunately though, what followed was an abundance of muddled plot holes, an uninspiring storyline, and predictability at an all-time high. Funny enough, some of Michael Myers's kills were hilariously absurd. There was also a handful of hysterically bad moments in terms of character decisions that certainly had me laughing. The film additionally feels highly unfocused in the predicaments it presents which can majorly create confusion among viewers like myself. Overall, the film's attempts at being horrifying usually comes off as comical, and it's strive to revitalize an already dying franchise feels substantially inconsiderate. (Verdict: D)
adonis98-743-186503 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. Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers is easily the Series worst installment and even tho a young Paul Rudd and Donald Pleasence do a good amount of job in their roles the film's plot is ridiculous and once again characters from the previous film die in a flash like Jamie for example. The entire plot arc with the druids and the Cult was stupid and made no sense at all and once again the film showcases that another sequel was gonna be made and it did. (0/10)
marieltrokan In Halloween 6, specifically in the movie's theatrical cut, visual beauty is connected to the lack of purpose. Lack of purpose is one way of looking at it, the lack of movement is a more literal way of looking at it.If the opposite of purpose has been connected to the purpose of observation, it stands to reason that purpose has been connected to the opposite of observation. The opposite of observation is the opposite of intrigue, and it's the opposite of interest. Interest, is a force that deserves to hold a monopoly over reality. The opposite of interest is a force that can't have a monopoly. A monopoly is a quantity that beats another quantity. The opposite of interest is a force that can't be a quantity that beats another quantity.The purpose, of Halloween 6, is a quantity that has to be equal to any other quantity. No quantity can have the right to overrule any other quantity. A quantity is an image - so no image in Halloween 6 can have the right to be better than any other image.Any image, or any shape, or any character or any object that gets seen in Halloween 6 will eventually get the same treatment that any other image or character gets. It doesn't matter what the image looks like, it doesn't matter who the character is and it doesn't matter what the object is: throughout the 80 minute run time, of Halloween 6, all the characters and all the objects that get seen in the film get shown in a way which is identical. The Strode house gets shown the same way that Smith's Grove gets shown. Kara Strode gets shown the same way that Tommy Doyle gets shown. Michael Myers gets shown the same way that Kara Strode and Tommy Doyle get shown. The Blankenship house gets shown the same way that the Strode house and that Smith's Grove get shown, etc etc.Halloween 6 is a perfect type of intellect, and it's quite possibly in the top 20 movies ever made
zkonedog After watching the fourth and fifth installments of this franchise, I found myself wondering how things could possibly get any worse. I now have my answer.For a basic plot summary, "Halloween 6" sees Michael Myers (now controlled by the curse of Thorn) continuing his reign of terror directed at the Strode/Lloyd family. Dr. Loomis (Donald Pleasance) is back on the case, while Tommy Doyle (Paul Rudd), the little kid from the first film, once again comes out of the woodwork to try and protect Jamie Lloyd's child an destroy Myers.Basically, unless you get a supposed "director's cut" of this film, which does not exist on DVD at this time, this movie (in the theatrical version) is one of the most disjointed pieces of cinema you will ever see. It tries to establish some inkling of the evil forces that drive Myers, but fails miserably and only ends up confusing things further. There is also no continuity from the previous films, with certain elements just dropped or forgotten.The acting isn't any better. Pleasance hobbles around and spouts the same tired warning and evil clichés, while all Rudd does is walk around with a dazed expression on his face. No cute little girls (like Danielle Harris in parts 4 and 5) to save this dreck.To add insult to injury, the Myers character is (by this point) so screwed up as to be almost unrecognizable from the original. The new mask evokes laughs, not horror, and he looks pudgy and even runs after a victim on one occasion.Basically, this is a terrible film by any and all accounts. It has actually achieved a sort of cult status for its terrible-ness, but don't let that bait you: if you don't watch this movie, you aren't missing a thing.