Can I gloat for just a brief second to start this off? Back in 2013 when I reviewed Scream Factory’s release of John Carpenter’s Body Bags, I mentioned that if there were to be an Escape From New York Collector’s Edition, that I’d like the collective that were interviewing John Carpenter to be involved with […]
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What seems to be little known is that there were actually two versions of Halloween: The Complete Collection back on September 23rd. Most every bit of press and excitement wen toward the Deluxe Limited Edition that came with 15 discs. And rightfully so. There was another, more basic edition, released as well. That one is […]
The Saturn Awards sure knows how to pick ’em as we both agree the Halloween 35th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray from last year was one of the year’s best. It was among my personal #1 of 2013 (I picked all John Carpenter releases and tied them together). Saturn maybe should have waited a year for the […]
Anchor Bay and Scream Factory have unveiled the art to their joint ventured and insanely impressive Halloween box set combining every film in the series with 15 discs of content. And yeah, it’s really awesome. This art just says “Who cares if your set was first, Freddy?”, “Suck on that tin case, Jason”, “Haha, cute, […]
Anchor Bay has released John Carpenter’s Halloween a lot of times. Each time they manage to successfully add just one ounce of something different that the fan just HAS to dip in again. Personally, I’ve owned this film countless times, as it’s my favorite film. I remember when Anchor Bay released a two VHS tape […]
35 years ago, John Carpenter and Debra Hill changed the landscape of horror for may years to come. Once the highest grossing independent film of all time, Halloween has scared audiences for over 3 decades. It has been replicated, sequelized and remade, but none stand close to the original “Night He Came Home”. Anchor Bay […]
John Carpenter hit success big with Halloween in 1978. Following up that first big success is always a challenge. He was dubbed the “next Hitchcock” and there was a lot of anticipation for his next film. But with that, studios offering him deals wanted him to tackle the horror genre again. Carpenter had no problem […]