Six years after Michael Myers last terrorized Haddonfield, he returns there in pursuit of his niece, Jamie Lloyd, who has escaped with her newborn child, for which Michael and a mysterious cult have sinister plans.

Sheriff: You have no business in my town.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Michael Myers is my business.
[Opening narration]
Tommy Doyle: When Michael Myers was six years old, he stabbed hs sister to death. He was locked up for years in Smith's Grove Sanitarium, but he escaped. Soon after, Halloween became another word for mayhem! One by one, he killed his entire family, until his nine-year-old niece, Jamie Lloyd, was the only one left alive. Six years ago - Halloween night - Michael and Jamie vanished. Most people believed them dead but I believe someone hid them away. Someone who keeps Michael, protects him... tries to control him. If there's one thing I know, you can't control evil. You can lock it up, burn it, and bury it, and pray that it dies, but it never will. It just... rests awhile. You can lock your doors, and say your prayers, but the evil is out there... waiting. And maybe, just maybe... it's closer than you think!
Dr. Wynn: I'd like you to come back to Smith's Grove.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Dr. Wynn, you know it is not wise to play Halloween pranks.
Dr. Wynn: Look around you Sam, madness everywhere. Famine, war, a great plague. These are signs we must restore balance to the natural order of things. We merely provide the means.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Michael?
Dr. Wynn: We've given him the power, the gift of thorn. I am its deliverer. I follow it, act as its guardian! I protect Michael, watch over him. And... now it's time for another. Now it's time for you, Doctor Loomis.
Dr. Wynn: Michael, your final sacrifice.
Kara: Michael, you can make him stop it. Don't kill the baby. You know whose baby it is, don't you?
Dr. Wynn: [shouts] Michael!
Kara: The baby is yours. Isn't it, Michael?
[Producer's Cut only]
[Tommy has a knife to Wynn's throat]
Tommy Doyle: Untie her!
Dr. Wynn: Do as he says! Do it.
Dr. Wynn: You should join us, you have talented.
Tommy Doyle: Shut up.
Mrs. Blankenship: A long, long time ago, it was a night of great power. When the days grew short, the spirits of the dead, returned to their homes to warm themselves by the fire's side. All across the land, huge bonfires were lit. Ohhh, there was a marvelous celebration. People danced, and they played games, and they dressed up in costumes, hoping to ward off the evil spirits. Especially the boogey man.
Dr. Wynn: Well, guess who after thirty-two years is finally relinquishing his duties as chief administrator of Smith's Grove?
Doctor Sam Loomis: Dear God. You don't mean you're...
Dr. Wynn: Retiring? I came by to give you the news myself.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Well, I wish you will Terrence.
Dr. Wynn: To old friends, to retirement, to new beginnings.
Beth: Your sister would kill us if she knew we did it in her bed.
Tim Strode: Hey, it was your idea.
Beth: I am bad, aren't I?
Tim Strode: Only when you wear crotchless panties and bark like a dog.
[they laugh and kiss; Tim starts to get up]
Beth: Where are you going?
Tim Strode: I gotta take a shower. You know, to stay fresh.
Beth: Watch out for the bogeyman.
Doctor Sam Loomis: I knew what he was, but I never knew why.
Dr. Wynn: Spirits and powers of the flame, attend and witness this ritual. Bear our gifts to Thorn. Open us to the path of Darkness. By these runes transform us. Let the hammer descend upon the Chosen One to whom we offer this sacrifice of Innocent Blood. And then Danny, your journey begins. Kill for him!
Tommy Doyle: Where are they? Where's Kara? I feel like I've been drugged.
Doctor Sam Loomis: We have been drugged.
Tommy Doyle: I don't understand, why didn't they kill us when they had the chance?
Doctor Sam Loomis: It's his game, and I know where he wants to play it.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Dear God! Jamie!
Paramedic: Only God can help her now sir.
Sheriff: Go back to your loony bin. I've got enough problems around here without you stirring up ghost stories.
Doctor Sam Loomis: I suppose it was a ghost who did all of this, and a ghost on the radio last night, and a ghost being carried out of here now."
Doctor Sam Loomis: Good God! Terrence, come in.
Dr. Wynn: Good grace, what a night! Not so much as a sign for five miles on that road.
Doctor Sam Loomis: That's the beauty of the countryside... I thrive on it.
Dr. Wynn: God, you look good Sam.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Ah, I feel great! I had surgery, plastic surgery. Skin grafts. It cost a fortune, but at least I don't frighten people anymore.
Dr. Wynn: Well, don't tell me that the revered Rasputin of Smith's Grove has grown complacent in his old age! I won't believe that for a second.
Tommy Doyle: [seeing a gun] Doctor Loomis, you know that can't stop Michael.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Nothing can stop Michael, but it can stop Wynn.
Kara: Beth, who's that guy that lives across the hall from you?
Beth: Why? You interested?
Kara: No. He's always staring out of his window. Last night I caught him watching me.
Beth: Oh, that must be Tommy. On a weirdness scale from one to ten, he rates about a thirteen. Supposedly some scary shit happened to him when he was a kid. Messed up his head really bad. He's harmless though. Probably just lonely...
Tim Strode: ...or horny. Something you haven't felt in a while.
Dr. Wynn: It's no prank; you're the one I've chosen Sam. I want you to come back.
Doctor Sam Loomis: After my stroke six years ago they practically had to hold a pistol to my head to get me to retire. But things are different now- I'm different. I've buried the ghosts, I've buried them in this manuscript. I don't want to practise medicine anymore.
Doctor Sam Loomis: It was Jamie Lloyd.
Dr. Wynn: That was six years ago Sam. She died with him in that explosion, you know that.
Doctor Sam Loomis: I've wanted to believe it. But I've felt Michael's presence, behind these walls, just like all those years ago. Plotting, staring, Staring. Waiting for some signal. I can't go through this again, not alone. Please, as my colleague, as my friend. Help me.
[repeated line]
Man in black: Danny, kill for him.
Dr. Wynn: I was getting worried Sam, I was afraid you wouldn't make it.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Why now?
Dr. Wynn: Beacuase you were the first one to see it. You recognised its power.
Dr. Wynn: Evil. Pure, uncorrupted, ancient...
Doctor Sam Loomis: You are a mad man.
Dr. Wynn: I have my plans for this baby. Jamie's baby, will be the dawn of a new age. And I'm asking you to join me.
Doctor Sam Loomis: [Producer's Cut only] Michael? It's over! It's finally over. It's all over.
[he pulls off the mask, and sees it is Wynn]
Dr. Wynn: [startled] Michael. Michael's gone!
[he grabs Loomis's arm]
Dr. Wynn: It's your game now Doctor Loomis!
Kara: [on the phone] Beth look out there's someone in the room, he's right behind you!
Doctor Sam Loomis: I thought Michael was a monster, but you...
[Loomis gets knocked out, Wynn rises]
Dr. Wynn: Leave him. It's his office now.
Man in black: [Producer's Cut]
[before shooting Jamie]
Man in black: Your work is finished now.
John Strode: Enough of this Michael Myers bullshit!
Barry Simms: There is help for people like you. It's called electroshock therapy. C'mon, you don't really believe Michael Myers is actually alive?
Tommy Doyle: Micahel's work isn't done in Haddonfield, and soon, very soon, he'll come home to kill again. But this time I'll be ready.
Beth: We are not going to allow the powers that be tell us what to do anymore. For years Halloween represented everything wrong with Haddonfield, but Michael Myers is gone. There is no Boogeyman.
Barry Simms: Dang Tim! Does she get this riled up in the sack? I bet she wears crotchless panties and barks like a dog!
Caller: Barry, whatever happened to that psychiatrist of his, Loomis? I heard the old quack was dead!
Doctor Sam Loomis: Not dead, just very much retired.
Dr. Wynn: About time Doctor Loomis. Welcome to your fate. The time has come for you to know the truth. The time has come for you to join us.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Why now?
Dr. Wynn: After Jamie escape last night, I knew she would come to you. And I knew you would lead us to her baby, her very special baby. I needed her, just as I need you now. It's your destiny Sam, it lives inside you. It always has, you know that don't you?
Doctor Sam Loomis: You are... a mad man.
Tommy Doyle: Michael's work is not finished in Haddonfield. And soon, very soon, he'll come back.
Barry Simms: OK, next caller. We have Duanne on the line. What's on your feeble excuse for a brain?
caller: Well Barry, I'm a big fan, I listen to your show all the time. I can't believe you're really going to be paying a little visit to our little town tommorrow.
Barry Simms: Do you have a point to make Duanne or should I continue spanking the monkey?
caller: Oh Barry, you're too much. I know things are different now in the ninties: gays in the military, cut off your husband's dooginger and become a national hero, so I don't see the point in bringing back Halloween to Haddonfield...
Barry Simms: Wank, wank. Thank you Duanne.
[cuts him off]
Kara: Where do we go?
Doctor Sam Loomis: As far away from Haddonfield as possible.
Tommy Doyle: Come with us.
Doctor Sam Loomis: No, I have some business to attend to.
[first lines]
Jamie Lloyd: Oh god Michael, please don't hurt me.
Tommy Doyle: I was only 8 years old when I saw him... but I was one of the lucky ones. I survived.

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