Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers
Directed by Joe Chappelle
It’s been six years since the town of Haddonfield last heard from Michael Myers, Jamie Lloyd, and the Man in Black. Dr. Loomis has given up his practice, and retired to the countryside.
It’s been six years since the town of Haddonfield last heard from Michael Myers, Jamie Lloyd, and the Man in Black.
Cast: Donald Pleasence, Paul Rudd, Marianne Hagan
Between this and Halloween 5 in my opinion they're the worst Halloween movies i've seen there a couple reasons for why this is one of them which are: There's too much of a time gap between Halloween 5 and this movie in other words it gives no explanation of how Jamie was kidnapped by the cult and that it ends continuing a repetitive boring story of everyone related to Jamie Strode's on who's related to him gets possessed by Michael the only difference with this one is that there's a cult involved who wants to take Jamie's baby which is the dumbest thing cause Micheal will always be more of a threat than a cult and if they're gonna bring a cult into the series why not earlier in the series to make in less repetitive tha. the last movie in the original series.
I've always enjoyed this film for what it COULD have been. Many Halloween fans don't seem to be huge fans of the "Cult of Thorn" but I've always liked that story line for what it could have presented going forward into later adaptations. All in all, I enjoy this film but I know the purest Halloween fan most likely won't.
okay so the great offense of this movie was in totally destroying the mythos of Michael Myers and making him the puppet of some weird occult cult BUT setting all that aside and looking at it as a standalone movie, it's actually a decent 90's slasher with a slick look and some cool kills. definitely better than the last two entries in the franchise. i had fun with it.
she's got same boobies as my gf. 5 stars!