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Massive ‘Halloween’ Blu-ray Set Coming!

I really wasn’t expecting this to hit this week, if ever. And naturally it comes from Scream Factory, who are on top of their game in the reissue department. Halloween: The Complete Collection hits Blu-ray on September 23rd. It comes in two different sets, one with 10 discs and the other with 15, but the deluxe version is most certainly the way to go since it contains restored versions of alternate cuts of many of the films. Kudos to Anchor Bay and Scream Factory for working this one out!

Head below for the details! Hopefully we get some box art soon!


“For the legions of Halloween fans, the Deluxe Edition boasts 15 discs and contains all the Halloween feature films – Halloween, Halloween II, Halloween III: Season of the Witch, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, Halloween H20, Halloween: Resurrection, Rob Zombie’s Halloween and Halloween II.  The set includes the NEVER BEFORE RELEASED producers cut of Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers as well as the ultra-rare network TV version of the original Halloween, the network TV version of Halloween II,  plus the unrated versions of Rob Zombie’s Halloween and Halloween II.  It is packed with hours of BRAND NEW bonus features including new interviews with cast and crew from the entire franchise!  In response to years of fan feedback, the first Halloween will now also include the original mono audio track and the set will include both versions of the original Halloween-the original Blu-ray™ release and the recently remastered 35th Anniversaryversion with the mono track added back in!  It also comes with a limited edition 40-page book written by Michael Gingold of Fangoria Magazine. The collectible packaging will include a newly commissioned illustration on the outer case and each film will be in its own black Blu-ray™ case with the original theatrical one sheet as the key art. This deluxe set carries an SRP of $169.99.”

The 10-disc Edition includes the original theatrical versions of the Halloween films and will include select bonus features.  SRP is $129.99.

Both sets pre-book August 27 and will be distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment with bonus features developed and created by Scream Factory and Anchor Bay.

Halloween (1978)

Director: John Carpenter

The original indie blockbuster that launched a thousand cuts…Halloween stars Jamie Lee Curtis (A Fish Called Wanda, True Lies) in her debut role. Anyone who’s ever watched a horror film in the last 35 years knows the story of Michael Myers, who as a child, butchered his sister with a kitchen knife. Committed to a mental institution and watched over by Dr. Loomis (Donald Pleasance, Halloween II, IV & V, Fantastic Voyage), he engineers his escape 15 years later, returning to his hometown of Haddonfield, Illinois on Halloween night to terrorize anyone who gets in his way, including babysitter Laurie Strode (Curtis). Co-starring P.J. Soles (Carrie, Stripes, Rock ‘n Roll High School), Kyle Richards (The Watcher in the Woods, Eaten Alive), Nancy Loomis (Carpenter’s Assault On Precinct 13, The Fog), Charles Cyphers (Escape From New York, The Fog) and Brian Andrews (The Great Santini, Three O’Clock High), Halloween also cemented the careers of many behind the camera including Carpenter, Cundey, producer Debra Hill and film editor/production designer Tommy Lee Wallace (Halloween III: Season of the Witch,It”).

Halloween II (1981)

Director: Rick Rosenthal

Picking up exactly where the first film left off, Halloween II follows the same ill-fated characters as they once again encounter the knife-wielding maniac they thought they had left for dead. It seems the inhuman Michael Myers is still very much alive and out for more revenge as he stalks the deserted halls of the Haddonfield Memorial Hospital. As he gets closer to his main target, Dr. Loomis (Donald Pleasence) discovers the chilling mystery behind the crazed psychopath’s actions. Written by John Carpenter and Debra Hill, Halloween II is a spine-tingling dark ride into the scariest night of the year.

Exclusively on the Deluxe Set: Halloween II (1981) Network Television Version

Airing on network TV since the early 80’s, the TV cut features several new scenes and additional cut scenes as well as an alternate ending from the theatrical version.

Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)

Director: Tommy Lee Wallace

When a terrified toy salesman is mysteriously attacked and brought to the hospital, babbling and clutching the year’s most popular Halloween costume — an eerie pumpkin mask — Dr. Daniel Challis (Tom Atkins, The Fog, Night Of The Creeps) is thrust into a terrifying Halloween nightmare. Working with the salesman’s daughter, Ellie (Stacey Nelkin), Daniel traces the mask to the Silver Shamrock Novelties company and its founder, Conal Cochran (Dan O’Herlihy, RoboCop). Ellie and Daniel uncover Cochran’s shocking Halloween plan and must stop him before trick-or-treaters across the country are kept from ever coming home in this terrifying thriller from writer/director Tommy Lee Wallace (Stephen King’s It).

Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988)

Director: Dwight H. Little

A decade ago, he butchered 16 people trying to get to his sister. He was shot and incinerated, but still the entity that Dr. Sam Loomis (the legendary Donald Pleasence) calls “Evil on two legs” would not die. Tonight, Michael Myers has come home again…to kill! This time, Michael returns to Haddonfield for Jamie Lloyd (Scream Queen Danielle Harris of Halloween 5 and Hatchett II and III) – the orphaned daughter of Laurie Strode – and her babysitter Rachel (Ellie Cornell of Halloween 5 and House of the Dead). Can Loomis stop Michael before the unholy slaughter reaches his innocent young niece? Michael Pataki, Sasha Jenson and Kathleen Kinmont co-star in this smash sequel that marked the long-awaited return to the original storyline and remains infamous for its startling twist ending and graphic violence.

Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989)

Director: Dominique Othenin-Girard

Because Hell would not have him, Michael Myers survived the mine explosion thought to have killed him. One year later, his traumatized young niece Jamie (Danielle Harris of Halloween 4) is horrified to discover she has a telepathic bond with her evil Uncle…and that Uncle Michael is on his way back to Haddonfield. But Dr. Loomis (the late, great Donald Pleasence) has a new plan to destroy The Boogey Man in his childhood home using Jamie as bait. Tonight, the carnage begins again: Michael Myers is back with a vengeance! Ellie Cornell and Beau Starr return for this hit sequel that features grisly gore by Greg Nicotero (“The Walking Dead”).

Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)

Director: Joe Chappelle

In a single horrifying night, Michael Myers’ masked reign of terror changed Halloween forever! Now, six years after he was presumed dead in a fire, Myers has returned to kill again – and this time there’s no escape! As the homicidal fury builds to a spine-tingling climax, the long-hidden secrets of the screen’s most maniacal murderer are revealed…with shocking results! Starring a thrilling cast including legendary Donald Pleasence (Halloween) and Paul Rudd (Anchorman).

Exclusively on the Deluxe Set Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)Producer’s Cut

The so-called “Producer’s Cut of Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers (aka Halloween 666), was a workprint of the original film.

Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998)

Director: Steve Miner

This smart and suspenseful thriller scares up a bone-chilling good time with original scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis (True Lies, Halloween I & II) and a hot cast of hip young stars! Now the headmistress of a private school, Laurie Strode (Curtis) is still struggling with the horrifying, 20-year-old memories of the maniacal killer Michael Myers…when he suddenly reappears with a vengeance! And this Halloween, his terror will strike a whole new generation! Laurie’s rebellious son (Josh Hartnett – The Faculty, 30 Days of Night), his girlfriend (Golden Globe Winner Michelle Williams – My Week with Marilyn), and the school security guard (LL Cool J – CBS’s “NCIS Los Angeles” will become Michael’s newest victims unless Laurie can conquer her greatest fears and put evil in its place once and for all! The time has come again for you to experience the frightening fun of Halloween – the motion picture series that totally redefined terror. 

Halloween: Resurrection (2002)

Director: Rick Rosenthal

Original Halloween I & II alums star Jamie Lee Curtis (You Again) and director Rick Rosenthal are back and joined by Busta Rhymes and Tyra Banks in the terrifying Halloween: Resurrection, another installment in the electrifying horror film series.  The reality programmers at DangerTainment (Rhymes, Banks) have selected Rudy (Sean Patrick Thomas, The Fountain), Bill (Thomas Ian Nicholas, American Pie), Jen (“Battlestar Galactica’s” Katee Sackhoff) and a group of thrill-seeking teenagers to spend one fun-filled night in the childhood home of serial killer Michael Meyers. But the planned live broadcast turns deadly when their evening of excitement becomes a night of horror as Michael himself decides to crash the party.

Halloween (2007)

Director: Rob Zombie

What happens when one legendary horror filmmaker tackles a horror film icon? A new chapter in the legend is born! Rob Zombie (Lords of Salem, The Devil’s Rejects) reinvents the ultimate slasher classic, unleashing Michael Myers for a bloody rollercoaster of a rampage like fans have never seen. Including a retelling of the original story that unfolds at a breakneck pace, as well as a chilling new introduction that finally reveals the secrets behind Myers’ disturbing childhood, Halloween breathes new life into one of film history’s most terrifying tales. Presenting both the original theatrical version and the unrated feature with director’s commentary, thrilling bonus features including deleted scenes and an alternate ending, and an exhaustive 4 1/2 hour documentary giving a behind the scenes look at how Zombie created “the scariest Halloween to date” (Debbie Rochon, Fangoria Radio).

Halloween 2 (2009)

Director: Rob Zombie

Rob Zombie’s H2 (Halloween) picks up at the exact moment that 2007’s box-office smash, Halloween stopped and follows the aftermath of Michael Myers’s (Tyler Mane) murderous rampage through the eyes of heroine Laurie Strode (Scout Taylor Compton). Evil has a new destiny. Michael Myers is back in this terrifying sequel to Rob Zombie’s visionary re-imagining of Halloween which grossed almost $80 million worldwide. It is that time of year again, and Michael Myers has returned home to sleepy Haddonfield, Illinois to take care of some unfinished family business. Unleashing a trail of terror that only horror master Zombie can, Myers will stop at nothing to bring closure to the secrets of his twisted past. But the town’s got an unlikely new hero, if they can only stay alive long enough to stop the unstoppable.




  • Samael

    Holy hell, I cannot wait for a proper Producers Cut of Halloween 6. Thank god for Scream Factory!

    • VictorCrowley

      I’m jazzed for that. They’ve been talking about doing an official version of it for years. I believe it to be the strongest sequel of the entire series. Will be awesome to see a restored print of it.

      • Samael

        I already pre-ordered on Amazon. Very excited.

  • VictorCrowley

    Can we get the set without Resurrection? I’d buy that version.

  • Andrew Arriaga

    This is amazing! Never thought I’d see the day when all of these films/exclusives would make it into the same set.

  • Michael Pavicic

    AWESOME NEWS,P-CUT OF H6,AND 25 DISCS ALL IN,2014 Is an awesome time to be a Halloween fan,new movie coming in 2015 and a blu-ray coming this year,can’t wait 🙂 SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY.

  • Michael Rotondo

    glad i only bought the first Halloween on blu ray, i knew this was going to happen sooner or later, i already have the nightmare on elm street and Friday the 13th blu ray set… cant wait

  • ThunderDragoon

    No way! That’s amazing! So happy. 😀

  • markemark

    Fucking A.About time. Bravo gents bravo…….

    Friday and Nightmare next hopefully.

  • Tim Gosnell

    Hope H20 contains the original aspect ratio

    • DickardDeckard

      That CGI mask is not going to look so hot in 1080p…

  • James Davidson

    uk release?

  • Bob Marshall

    Yeah we want a UK release.

    Stil my question is this do you also go get the theatrical cut of Zombie’s Halloween or just the uncut version? Because the theatrical version is watchable whereas the uncut version isn’t.

    • ThunderDragoon

      I was also wondering about this. The way Michael escapes in the theatrical version is really cool, but the unrated version of that is so stupid. I can’t remember the other differences, but that one always sticks out like a sore thumb.

    • Nick Greeley

      Shout confirmed that it’s both cuts for both films.

  • Ruben

    Dying for this, but dam it’s pricey! Its the price of a concert ticket lol

    • ThunderDragoon

      But you can enjoy it for the rest of your life so it’s worth it lol.

  • Koreginald

    This is totally awesome. Love the series.

  • Andrew William Saus II

    SOO…still no news on the half hour of footage cut from Halloween 4. I bought the 35th ann. Of Halloween as well as the Halloween 2 blu-ray because of the promised tv cuts. What the fans want in regards to the tv cuts is those extra scenes reinserted to the original film…not an edited version with extra scenes, it’s pointless…quit fucking around!!

    • Evan3

      Just curious, what at all is enticing about the TV cuts?

      • Andrew William Saus II

        It fleshes out the film’s plot a bit more and is just fun all around to see little-used footage. It mixes things up a bit

  • Would totally love to get this but would gladly give away both of Zombie’s films to anyone who wanted them and keep the rest.

    • VTTM

      Please, send Zombie’s to me!

  • Waveboy

    Meh. I don’t like my old school horror movies in crystal clear high res bluray. Halloween is best viewed on VHS. 😉 I’d rather just score older copies of the first 3, and maybe 4 on DVD. the rest can go die in an epic freddy krueger grease fire

  • baronterror

    this… this makes me torn.
    I have been wanting to pull the trigger on a copy of the Producer’s Cut of 5 for years now but cannot quite talk myself into it. I have been trying to figure out for certain which dvd of Halloween would have the extra footage TV version like we see on AMC sometimes. I would love to have all of these in one set.

    But I already have most of the DVD’s and I do not have a BLue Ray Player. Plus, cost. But man…I have been wanting something exactly like this for years.

    I am probably going to have to get it. There are enough blue ray movies I finally want, and this does not hurt.
    PRODUCER’S CUT! Man if they went back and made a proffessional edit of it. Frankly even if it is the chopped looking version that the bootleggers are selling, I’d love an official release.

  • c-s-a78

    cant wait,but it should of been 4K now!also cant wait for H20 in high def!!!

  • macguffin54

    I agree that the H II film should have the extra scenes put back in the movie (unless they are alternate scenes, which would be impossible — to have both versions of scenes in the movie) so that we can see the film as it might have been with Rosenthal’s and Carpenter’s ideas together. We don’t need the extra TV version with everything good cut out and a few scenes added to replace it. We want one complete version with everything good AND the delete scenes!! Same goes for deleted scenes from any other film, except the remakes, which I don’t care about.

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  • Krug09

    I love Scream Factory but why do i need to buy the movies i already own again? I own 1 and 2 on bluray (more then one copy) then the rest (except RZ H1 H2) on DVD. Why would i need to buy this (besides the H6PC because this is the only official release)? Now “4K” is the new hi def huh? Yeah i can’t keep track of this shit anymore.

    • Evan3

      Well, there is the mountain of NEW features and alternate takes, and seriously, how can you not love the care they put in.

  • Manuel Nuro Iniguez

    Sweet baby zombie Jesus, YES!

  • OMG – I want this nooooooooooooooooow! For the record calling “Halloween resurrection” terrifying.,.is just hilarious!!

  • Pink

    is this for real??? It is just too perfect to be true! Warner Brothers are you listening?? This is what you SHOULD have done with the Friday set!!! I`m SO getting this!!

  • jasonlives314

    If you preorder this directly from Scream/Shout Factory it comes with a litho and they will only be selling 500 copies

  • KnightOfTears

    Nice!!!! I wonder if they have spliced the clean footage into the Producer’s Cut of Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers? The one available online for years has some very blurry footage. Lets hope they cleaned it up!!!

  • Noah

    Awesome!!!!.I have all the Halloween’s on dvd but not part 3.That one was just dumb.I have both Rob Zombie’s.It’s about time they release the Producer’s Cut of Halloween 6.I’ll buy the boxset only for the Producer’s Cut.I’ve always wanted to see the Producer’s Cut of Halloween 6:The Curse Of Michael Myers.Halloween 6 is my favorite in the series.Second favorite is Halloween 4:The Return Of Micheal Myers.Can’t wait to get the Producer’s Cut of Halloween 6!!!!.

  • Raul Calvo

    I think is awesome, but I also think is just a clever trick so we can’t forget that Halloween Resurrection exists after years of pretending it didn’t happen.

  • K-Dogg

    Halloween is my fave horror flick of all time, I loved Halloween 2 and H2O, but the rest kinda sucked IMO, so I just need a nice new Blu Ray transfer of H2O to go with my beautiful transfers of 1 and2.

  • Caesar

    I bet this is Region A. Bullshit. Us Europeans get the shaft again.

    • Adam Brown

      its looking that way im afraid caesar- nothing on amazon uk, already taking orders on amazons site across the pond.

  • Brian Fenton

    I pre-ordered the day it was announced on Amazon and I cant wait, already own all dvd and blu ray versions of each film, in addition to the insanely rare dvd version of the Halloween 1 television cut, so this is of course a must have

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