4KUHD, Blu-ray, DVD Release: Halloween Kills

4K UHD, Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: Jan. 11, 2022
Price: 4K UHD/Blu-ray $27.96,  DVD $17.96, Blu-ray/DVD $22.96
Studio: Universal

Halloween Kills arrived on 4KUHD, Blu-ray and DVD yesterday, featuring an extended cut that adds in a few scenes, including the alternate ending.

There’s lots of other stuff included in the discs of the latest Halloween film, which star Jamie Lee Curtis insists will be her next to last one for the horror franchise prior to this October’s Halloween Ends. While you wait, check out the complete bonus package for Halloween Kills.

  • HADDONFIELD’S OPEN WOUNDS – Those who die at the hands of Michael Myers are not his only victims. We look at some of the returning characters and why their past traumatic encounters with The Shape made them natural candidates to try and defend Haddonfield against him.
  • THE KILL TEAM – It takes a big team to create a film on the scale of HALLOWEEN KILLS, especially when part of the task is raising the bar for Michael’s gruesome kills. We hear the people behind the mayhem discuss how they continue to push the franchise to new heights.
  • STRODE FAMILY VALUES – Filmmakers and cast discuss the three generations of Strode women that have been terrorized by The Shape and the roles Laurie, Karen, and Allyson play in trying to vanquish his evil.
  • 1978 TRANSFORMATIONS – Shooting new footage that matches the feel of the iconic 1978 footage is no easy task and even takes a little bit of luck. We reveal some of the secrets of how filmmakers achieved these stunning sequences.
  • THE POWER OF FEAR – The impact of Michael Myers’ pure evil extends far beyond his victims. We examine how fear of The Shape changed the psychology of the people of Haddonfield.
  • FEATURE COMMENTARY – Director/co-writer David Gordon Green and stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Judy Greer
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About Laurence

Founder and editor Laurence Lerman saw Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest when he was 13 years old and that’s all it took. He has been writing about film and video for more than a quarter of a century for magazines, anthologies, websites and most recently, Video Business magazine, where he served as the Reviews Editor for 15 years.