(The Stranger Things intro plays as Different letters outlined in Red are shown and the names “James Faraci”, “Rebecca Yaun”, “Nick Yaun”, “Paulo Fonseca”, “Brenda Fonseca”, “Olivia Horvath”, “Ed Champion”, “Renee Miller”, “John Ross Santos”, “Mike Santos”, “Andrew Beach” are shown in White as the letters outlined in red come together to form “The Last Of The Americans” before fading away to James in his office.)
I’m James Faraci The Last Of The Americans and the views that I’m about to express are that of my own and some of yours and Welcome to another edition of “The Different Cuts” (Cut to The entire team as they are armed with Chainsaws and Double Barreled 12 Gauge Shotguns as Hordes of Zombies come their way and everyone on Team “TLOTA” hack and slash their way through them all with different body parts and blood spelling out “The Different Cuts” as the final Chorus from “Don’t Stop Me Now” covered by Darren Criss plays in the background before cutting to clips from the first “Halloween” movie play as James does a voiceover.)
TLOTA (Voiceover):
The original 1978 Halloween movie directed by John Carpenter started the slasher film craze of the 1980’s and 1990’s and while Halloween II was as good as the first it should’ve ended there but sadly it didn’t. While the third movie tried to turn the franchise into an anthology series audience backlash forced producers to bring Michael Myers back and sadly the quality of the sequels kept going downhill so by the time the sixth one came out in 1995 the franchise was on its last legs! Having gone through hell the Original Producers Cut which was very dark and controversial and never got a theatrical release. The one we got was possibly one of the dumbest, unoriginal and yet somehow underrated movies in the entirety of the “Halloween” movies. Not even Rob Zombie’s reimagining of the original and the sequel that suceeded it can claim it is that damn good. But eventually in 2014 the original Producer’s Cut got a Blu-Ray release and Hoo boy are we in for it now! (Cut to James physically)
I never thought I’d say this but I’m keeping the biggest spoiler OUT of this one when we talk about this movie and find out if the Theatrical or Producers’ version is the better cut of Halloween 6.

Will leaving out the biggest twist in one of the worst Halloween movies ever made make either one better? Find out here

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