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Posted October 1, 2010
This movie has to be the weirdest out of the series along side part 3 then 5 and last 4 or also 8. In this one the person who played Jamie in part 4 and 5 is replaced by a different person. As also the lead for immortal killer Michael Myers (not the Shrek and Austin Powers guy). In this Loomis returns, old and retired sounded like he gave up on Michael until or didn't know that at the end of part 5 he got helped at the end. he then gets back in the game when Jamie appears on a radio show and that's where the nonsense begins. Watch this if you're interested in the halloween movies or the stories and in this it explains some stuff ilke the real life curse called Thorn. Bad addition anyway could of done better of course.
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Posted October 27, 2010
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This got to be the creepiest film ever, in the Halloween series.
Something about it that's just creepy. I don't know, maybe it's the atmosphere, just one of those movies I guess. Jamie's older and escapes from a creepy place with her baby. But Michael's following her and well the man in black is revealed including the reason why Michael is killing in the first place. It was cool to see Paul Rudd in his first acting role. From what I heard the producer's cut is a little better with more scenes added that in a way makes more sense I guess. An alright movie, one I wouldn't see all that much but once in a while.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 1, 2010
certainly not the best of the series but not the worst either.
if one word comes to mind about the theatrical version of halloween 6, it would have to be confusing. this installment is choppy at best in describing the whole "curse" idea behind michael's rage. my advice, try to find a bootleg of the producers cut as it is actually a much better film than the theatrical version. of course, donald pleasance (may he rest in peace) gives a solid performance as loomis, and paul rudd (tommy doyle) also gave a good performance. i would still recommend the theatrical version of 6 over H20 anyday. RIP donald pleasance...you are greatly missed.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 1, 2011
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