The Original HALLOWEEN 6 Script Featured Virtual Reality And A Homeless Michael Myers
Halloween: The Curse Of Michael Myers is not a horror film a lot of people like, but it always could've been much worse. It also could've been better, but that ultimately depends on how you feel about the alternate script for Halloween 6 written by Phil Rosenberg, which was only uncovered recently when a fan purchased it on eBay. According to Comicbook, the script contains a homeless Michael Myers, a virtual reality Ouija board, and somehow, more disappointment than the original Halloween 6.
In "Halloween:666" Michael Myers is homeless and living on the streets, unmasked. That's not too much of a problem, considering no one knows what he actually looks like, and the town of Haddonfield, Illinois is still recovering from the havoc the killer has brought upon their town in the past two films.
Here's where it gets ridiculous. Remember Paul Rudd's character? He has a virtual reality ouija board that allows him to explore the past of the Myers family and learn the secrets of Michael's origin. I'm not sure why a normal ouija board wouldn't suffice for this task, but that's a question you can ask about 90% of VR software, so I'll allow it.
Oh, by the way, this film wouldn't follow Jaimie Lloyd, but instead reporter Dana Childress who discovers she's ALSO a long-lost sister of Michael Myers! What a coincidence right?!
That's just the outline, so if you're looking to dive into this script full force, and maybe recreate a scene or two for the world to enjoy, check out the full script right here. It's a bad script, sure, but is it really worse than what we ended up getting?