Halloween night – Haddonfield, IL. A young boy butchers his older sister with a kitchen knife. 15 years later, he escapes from a mental institution only to return home and terrorize the town, including babysitter Laurie Strode. Now pursued by Dr. Loomis, the doctor who tried to treat him until he realized that “what was living behind that boy’s eyes was purely and simply… evil.” His name is Michael Myers.
And so began one of the most iconic horror franchises in history, spawned 10 feature films and lasted over 35 years. Now, for the first time ever, experience the terror of every Halloween film available together in one set!
This collection includes all 10 Halloween 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 limited edition deluxe set includes 15 discs jammed with content Halloween fans will love. Brand new, never before seen bonus features including new interviews with cast and crew, commentaries, behind the scenes documentaries, and so much more. Plus, the Never Before Released Producer’s Cut of Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers!
The set also features both Blu-ray versions of Halloween as well as the Network TV versions of Halloween and Halloween 2.
Here it is, the one that started it all – Halloween: The Complete Collection.
What We Thought:
Quite possibly my favorite box set ever.
This massive deluxe 15-disc collection (also available in a standard 10-disc edition) not only includes EVERY Halloween movie ever all in one place for the first time, but it also includes a number of bonus films.
You get the extended television editions of Halloween and Halloween II (the originals), the unrated editions of Rob Zombie’s remakes (even though I don’t like them, it’s good to see them included as part of the complete set), and — most exciting — the infamous never-before-available Producer’s Cut of Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, which changes the film significantly from the version that was released and is considered by many to be one of the weakest films in the franchise.
On top of that, you get a 40-page book, amazing artwork in all-black Blu-ray cases, and even a new cover illustration by the master poster artist himself, Drew Struzan. Honestly, as a huge fan of the Halloween franchise, this box set is pretty much a dream come true.
For me, Halloweeen is my favorite horror movie, and it remains one of my favorite horror franchises. Sure, it had its ups and downs, but find me a horror series that DOESN’T. You can’t.
Michael Myers is the best of all the slasher/boogeymen, and after years of piecemealing my Halloween collection through various DVD and Blu-ray releases, it’s a truly wonderful thing to have THE definitive collection on my shelf now.
The Producer’s Cut of Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers – First Time On Home Video!
New and Vintage Audio Commentaries
New and Vintage Interviews with Cast and Crew
NEW Cast and Crew Tribute to Donald Pleasence
New and Vintage Featurettes: The Night She Came Home, The Nightmare Isn’t Over: The Making of Halloween II, Stand Alone: The Making of Halloween III, Halloween 5: On the Set, The Many Faces of Michael Myers, The Making of Halloween H20, NEW The Shape of Things – A Look at Halloween 6 Special Make-Up Effects, New Haddonfield’s Horrors – The Sights of Halloween 6
Horror’s Hallowed Grounds: Fan Edition – Special Episode Shot with, and for, The Fans as they Board a Bus Tour, During the 35 Years of Terror Convention, and Visit the Locations of John Carpenter’s Halloween (1978), Halloween II (1981) Halloween III: Season of the Witch and Halloween (2007). Hosted By HHG’s Sean Clark with Special Gusts Dick Warlocks, Charles Cyphers, Brian Andrews, Tommy Lee Wallace and Erik Preston.
Extended Cut of John Carpenter’s Halloween
The TV Version of Halloween II (In Standard Definition)