Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers [Blu-ray] [2 Discs] (1995) Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (also known as Halloween 6 or Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers) is a 1995 American slasher film and the sixth installment in the Halloween film series. Directed by Joe Chappelle from a screenplay by Daniel Farrands, the plot involves the "Curse of Thorn", a mystical symbol first shown in The Revenge of Michael Myers and revealed in the film to be the source of Michael Myers' immortality. The cast includes Paul Rudd as Tommy Doyle, a returning character from the original Halloween film, and Donald Pleasence reprising his role as protagonist Dr. Sam Loomis in his final film appearance. Jamie Lloyd's appearance in the beginning of the film ties up loose ends to The Revenge of Michael Myers. - The sixth installment is known for it's controversial behind-the-scenes history, suffering from re-shoots in production and numerous cuts and arrangements made in the editing room; the workprint of the film, with 43 minutes of alternate footage including a different ending, was eventually discovered by fans of the series. This version, dubbed "The Producer's Cut" (as it was the original intended version of the film) developed a strong cult following, with bootleg DVD copies sold on eBay and online petitions targeting for an official release of it. The Producer's Cut is now officially released on Blu-ray.