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7 Reasons to Buy the Halloween: The Complete Collection Box Set
Today is they day we’ve been waiting for. Halloween: The Complete Collection - the deluxe, limited-edition Blu-ray box set - is out now, thanks to the heroes at Anchor Bay and Scream Factory.
The set collects all ten movies in the storied Halloween franchise along with a host of supplementary material spread across 15 discs. If you somehow aren’t already sold on the set, we have 7 reasons you should buy it.
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Scream queen Danielle Harris makes another appearance in the latest issue of Inked Magazine to show off her tattoos and discuss See No Evil 2.
When asked if she plans to direct again - following up her 2012 directorial debut Among Friends - she dropped this bomb:
I just optioned one of the best scripts I’ve ever read by Jenny Wingfield titled Dead Week. You are the first to hear about it. We are hoping to start production this fall. I haven’t been this excited about a movie in my entire career. There’s a great role in it for me as well, and you’ll get a chance to see all of my tattoos. If I’m going to get completely naked for a movie, might as well be my own!
So there you have it: Danielle Harris plans to direct and act in Dead Week. As an added bonus, it sounds like she’ll be showing some skin in her role!
By the way, Jenny Wingfield also wrote the 1991 drama The Man in the Moon and the 2002 Showtime movie The Outsider, plus she worked on the script for The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride.
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Walmart has done it in the past, so I guess I shouldn’t be surprised that Old Navy is now carrying horror movie shirts for the Halloween season.
It’s a strange concept, but at least they picked good movies - King Kong, Psycho, Dawn of the Dead and Friday the 13th - and pretty cool designs.
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John Carpenter’s Halloween is returning to theaters again this October! Details will be revealed soon.
For those of you in the Hollywood area, you can see Halloween with director John Carpenter and star Jamie Lee Curtis on October 1 at the Egyptian Theater.
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