Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends is officially happening. In response to the global fan enthusiasm for last year’s Halloween
Available on digital streaming platforms on December 28, 2018 and will be released on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-Ray, and DVD on January 15, 2019. In addition to release dates, below are the for special features in the release: Deleted/Extended Scenes Featurette: Back in Haddonfield: Making Halloween Featurette: The Original Scream Queen Featurette: The Sound of Fear…
It appears as though David Gordon Green kicked around the idea of reshooting the original Halloween’s iconic ending from another point of view. Perhaps killing off one of the franchise’s most iconic characters. Ryan Turek, co-founder and Blumhouse Director of Development gave an alternate opening considered for 2018’s Halloween On a recent episode of Shockwaves podcast….
This past October the world got to see “The rematch 40 years in the making” Micheal’s return for the girl who got away. Whatever you would like to call it, it’s cinematic history! Jamie Lee Curtis and Nick Castle return to their iconic role. The prince of darkness himself, John Carpenter, returned to produce. Unlikely…
Right when you thought Halloween couldn’t get any better. The fine folks at Greenhaus GFX were kind enough to share this with us. David Gordon Greens Halloween opening credits! Check them out here CREDITS Greenhaus GFX: Opening Title Sequence Client: Blumhouse Executive Creative Director: Helen Greene Artists: Bruce Schluter & Jared Fujikuni
A rematch 40 years in the making. Joins us as we talk about the world of Haddonfield.
Looking back over the installment over the years.
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