Anchor Bay UK announced the Halloween 35th Anniversary Release in a limited edition collector’s steelbook, boasting a brand new high definition transfer, for October 21.
It is the horror classic that gave us the first scream queen (Jamie Lee Curtis), a formidable horror icon and a soundtrack that is instantly recognizable anywhere in the world. Halloween is the definitive slasher film that defies time and continues to get better with age. Featuring a whole host of specially created special features, a new audio mix and a transfer supervised by John Carpenter himself. This is the high definition release fans have been waiting for; delivering clarity, content and entertainment in equal measure! A must buy!
“In 1978 John Carpenter’s Halloween was hailed as a “brutally efficient exercise in tension” (Entertainment Weekly), scaring audiences worldwide with a new breed of menace and a whole new set of rules.
35 Years after its original release, Anchor Bay return to the original source material alongside creator John Carpenter and Director of Photography Dean Cundey to supervise an all new High Definition transfer. Containing the original audio and an all new 7.1 audio mix alongside a feature length audio commentary from John Carpenter and international star Jamie Lee Curtis.
In the small town of Haddonfield, Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) finds her night of babysitting turns into a night of sheer terror as she comes face to face with the “Bogeyman”. As her friends are cut down one by one Laurie becomes the focus of attack turning one night into what seems like a lifetime… a lifetime about to be cut devastatingly short.“
● Limited Edition Steelbook
● All new audio commentary with Writer/Director John Carpenter and Actor Jamie Lee Curtis.
● The Night She Came Home – A new 59 minute featurette starring Jamie Lee Curtis.
● On Location: 25 Years Later
● 3 x TV Spots
● 3 x Radio Spots
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