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Anchor Bay Working on Halloween 35th Anniversary Blu-ray; Carpenter and Curtis Record New Commentary

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Anchor Bay Working on Halloween 35th Anniversary Blu-ray; Carpenter and Curtis Record New CommentaryHalloween seems to be very much in the public eye lately, and with its 35th anniversary coming up, word has come that Anchor Bay is now working on a brand spanking new Blu-ray of the flick.

But wait… there’s more.

According to the Halloween Movies Facebook page, director John Carpenter has reunited with star Jamie Lee Curtis to record a new commentary track. When speaking of the upcoming 35th Anniversary edition Blu-ray, Carpenter remarked, “Just recorded a commentary track for it with Jamie Lee Curtis yesterday…”

Well, that’s one special feature we can definitely look forward to! More on this one as it comes.

Halloween stars Donald Pleasence, Jamie Lee Curtis, Nancy Kyes, P.J. Soles, and Charles Cyphers and tells the tale of a psychotic murderer institutionalized since childhood who escapes on a mindless rampage while his doctor chases him through the streets.

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Steve Barton

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  • Terminal

    I don’t know if I want to buy another version.

  • Matt Serafini

    HALLOWEEN actually needs another Blu-ray release, and I’m dead serious.

    The current disc looks nice and sharp, but the color correction is almost entirely wrong. There’s no more eerie blue glow to the nighttime scenes, robbing the film almost entirely of it’s atmosphere.

    The last time Halloween has been presented correctly on home video was in Anchor Bay’s 1999 release which, incidentally, had a Cundey-approved transfer.

    If Anchor Bay intends to fix this glaring issue, then I’m all for another release.

  • kiddcapone

    I wouldn’t buy another version of the movie Halloween if John Carpenter himself hand delivered the fucker to my house and watched it with me. And this is coming from a guy who has a Halloween artwork tattoo and owns almost every Halloween collectible known to man.

  • LSD Zombie

    I already have a million different versions of Halloween, I don’t care to pay for another. Not even for the new commentary track which I’m sure will be a bore to listen to.