It’s hard to believe, but Danielle Harris turns 43 today! Everyone wish her a happy birthday on her social media pages if you follow her!
The gallery has been updated with behind-the-scenes photos of the first eight films. In addition, the promotional material section has been updated with publicity stills for the first eight films, additional newspaper adverts & one-sheets for some of the films, and the start of the VHS gallery. Check them out below!
- Behind-the-Scenes — Halloween
- Behind-the-Scenes — Halloween II
- Behind-the-Scenes — Season of the Witch
- Behind-the-Scenes — The Return of Michael Myers
- Behind-the-Scenes — The Revenge of Michael Myers
- Behind-the-Scenes — The Curse of Michael Myers
- Behind-the-Scenes — Twenty Years Later
- Behind-the-Scenes — Resurrection
- Publicity Stills — Halloween
- Publicity Stills — Halloween II
- Publicity Stills — Season of the Witch
- Publicity Stills — The Return of Michael Myers
- Publicity Stills — The Revenge of Michael Myers
- Publicity Stills — The Curse of Michael Myers
- Publicity Stills — Twenty Years Later
- Publicity Stills — Resurrection
- Promotional Material – Newspaper Adverts & One-Sheets
- Scans – VHS
I’ve spent the last two days going through the films, taking different captures of the deaths and bodies, tracking down applicable photos when needed and then editing them all, but I’m pleased to say the body count page is now live! It’ll be updated with the 2018 film and photos of the alternate & deleted deaths sometime this evening or tomorrow morning, but the first ten films are there otherwise.
Exciting news! It was just confirmed earlier this evening that Jamie Lee Curtis is set to make her directorial debut with a horror film under Blumhouse’s label!
The film, entitled Mother Nature, is part of the three-year first-look deal that her label, Comet Pictures, have with Blumhouse. Blumhouse is the distributor of the David Gordon Green Halloween trilogy that involves Halloween (2018), Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends, so my hunch is the deal may have had something to do with her signing on for those films.
I had hoped to get this finished yesterday, but it took a bit longer than I was expecting for everything to be sorted and uploaded! Nonetheless, the first part of a pretty substantial (in my opinion, at least) update to the gallery has been completed! Captures of the director’s cut from The Curse of Michael Myers, the untitled pre-Homecoming workprint of Resurrection and Halloween: The Inside Story have been added, as well as scans of my personal copy of the first three film novelizations!
- Film Captures – Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, Director’s Cut
- Film Captures – Halloween: Resurrection, Untitled Workprint
- Documentary Captures – Halloween: The Inside Story
- Scans > Novelizations & Books – Halloween by Curtis Richards
- Scans > Novelizations & Books – Halloween II by Jack Martin
- Scans > Novelizations & Books – Halloween III: Season of the Witch by Jack Martin
Home video release history pages have been finished and added to the site for Season of the Witch, Return of Michael Myers, Revenge of Michael Myers and Curse of Michael Myers. Additionally, full plot recaps have been added for the latter three films and H20: Twenty Years Later. Click the links below to read them!
- Home Video History – Season of the Witch
- Home Video History – The Return of Michael Myers
- Home Video History – The Revenge of Michael Myers
- Home Video History – The Curse of Michael Myers
- Plot Recap – The Return of Michael Myers
- Plot Recap – The Revenge of Michael Myers
- Plot Recap – The Curse of Michael Myers
- Plot Recap – H20: Twenty Years Later
While putting together the home video history page for the original Halloween, I mentioned that – though outdated by today’s technology and all of the subsequent special features on it – the “10.31.78” 2-tape VHS set of the original Halloween was one of my favourite releases of the film on home media.
Perhaps it’s that it was my first time ever getting something that was marketed as a “limited edition,” or it’s the subtle touch of having the orange VHS tapes, but this has been one of my more prized items in my Halloween collection. In fact, other than a publicity photo of Jamie Lee Curtis that seems to have fallen out of the packaging over the years, my set is in practically mint condition – minus being opened years ago to watch the tapes on occasion.
Take a look at some of photos I’ve taken of the release below. This post will also be linked to the home media page for easy access later on.