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Halloween: The Complete Collection artwork reveal & pre-order info!

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It may be Friday the 13th, a day for fans to celebrate our hockey-masked hero Jason Voorhees, but Michael Myers is hoping that you won't mind if he cuts in for some special news.

Last month we brought you the news that Anchor Bay and Scream Factory were teaming up to bring us HALLOWEEN: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION on Blu-ray this fall. Because of rights issues, the complete saga of Michael Myers has never been available in one place, with different companies owning different installments. But that changes now, and today Scream Factory revealed the artwork for this badass collection, which you can check out below!

PRE-ORDER NOW BY CLICKING HERE!

HALLOWEEN: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION is coming on September 23rd. And wait to you read what the set has in store...

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.

You read that right: Finally, a real copy of the HALLOWEEN 6 Producer's Cut and the rarely seen TV versions of HALLOWEEN and HALLOWEEN II. Very, very cool.

The set will be 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 Anniversary version 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.

The sets come in a 15-disc Deluxe Edition - that includes a rigid slipcase to house all the films, a bonus disc packed with extras and a collectible 40-page book – and the 10-Disc edition (films only but will still have selected extras).

Stay tuned in the next month for more details, including updates on the bonus features and photos taken from behind the scenes!

Pre-order the Deluxe Editon right HERE or grab the 10-Disc edition HERE.

Extra Tidbit: How awesome is this? Will you be pre-ordering HALLOWEEN: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION?

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10:22PM on 06/13/2014

id get it on one condition

i'd buy it if it didnt include Halloween 3. That movies is hands down the worst movie i've every seen. Im not exaggerating. Every time someone asks me whats the worst movie i'd ever seen, i always say Halloween 3.

I've seen "The Room", "Troll 2" and "The Last Airbender", and i still say this is the worst movie i've ever seen.

I guess i could always take the disc and use it as tinder.
i'd buy it if it didnt include Halloween 3. That movies is hands down the worst movie i've every seen. Im not exaggerating. Every time someone asks me whats the worst movie i'd ever seen, i always say Halloween 3.

I've seen "The Room", "Troll 2" and "The Last Airbender", and i still say this is the worst movie i've ever seen.

I guess i could always take the disc and use it as tinder.
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2:48AM on 06/14/2014
... You serious, Clark?
... You serious, Clark?
8:33AM on 06/14/2014
In my opinion, Halloween 3 might be the worst of all Halloween movies but certainly not the worst I've ever seen. The worst movie I have ever seen is A Night Train To Terror. It's an anthology horror movie with 3 short horror stories intertwine with the cheesiest 80s breakdancing band of all time.
In my opinion, Halloween 3 might be the worst of all Halloween movies but certainly not the worst I've ever seen. The worst movie I have ever seen is A Night Train To Terror. It's an anthology horror movie with 3 short horror stories intertwine with the cheesiest 80s breakdancing band of all time.
8:35PM on 06/14/2014
I take it you've never seen Halloween: Resurrection, Rob Zombie's Halloween, or Rob Zombie's Halloween II then?
I take it you've never seen Halloween: Resurrection, Rob Zombie's Halloween, or Rob Zombie's Halloween II then?
2:11PM on 06/13/2014
Just take my money and get it over with....
Just take my money and get it over with....
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