When it comes to Michael Myers, the killing just keeps on giving.
Halloween Kills–the latest addition to the classic horror franchise that hit theaters and Peacock last month–will get a digital release Dec. 13 (followed by a physical media release Jan. 11, 2022), and the bonus features may be worth the price of admission, according to a report on JoBlo.com. Check out the tweet below.
According to iTunes, HALLOWEEN KILLS will have, in addition to an extended cut, several featurettes, deleted scenes, and two audio commentaries — one by David Gordon Green, and one by Jamie Lee Curtis & Judy Greer. Great news. Hopefully on the Blu/UHD too.
— Matt Serafini (@MattFini) November 28, 2021
The home video release reportedly will include the theatrical cut, an extended cut, a gag reel, deleted and extended scenes and audio commentaries with director David Gordon Green and stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Judy Greer.
In addition, such featurettes as Haddonfield’s Open Wounds, The Kill Team, Strode Family Values, 1978 Transformations, The Power of Fear and Kill Count will round out the release.
Halloween Kills–directed by Green from a screenplay he wrote with Scott Teems and Danny McBride–picks up where 2018’s Halloween ended, when Laurie Strode (Curtis), her daughter Karen (Greer) and her granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak) left Myers caged and burning in the Strode basement. Spoiler alert: He didn’t stay there.
At least one more film in the series is yet to come–Halloween Ends–which is scheduled to land in theaters Oct. 14, 2022. So keep reading Horror News Network for all the latest developments and updates on the Halloween franchise.