A digitally restored version of Halloween returns to theaters in time for the holiday with a special introduction from John Carpenter.
Pinhead actor Doug Bradley breaks down how a Halloween and Hellraiser crossover almost happened in the early 2000s, with John Carpenter directing.
Filmmaker/musician John Carpenter took the stage for a special L.A. concert this weekend, where he performed themes from Halloween, The Fog, Escape from New York and more.
A new report claims that a Halloweeen limited event series is being planned after Dimensions Films lost the rights to the horror franchise.
From John Carpenter's original classic to Rob Zombie's reboots, take a look at ever single Halloween movie in under 2 minutes.
Explore the making of Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers in this bonus feature clip from Halloween: The Complete Collection.
Follow Michael Myers' murderous rampage in a new Halloween haunted house at Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights.
This comprehensive 15-disc collection includes all 11 Halloween movies and new bonus features including featurettes, interviews and commentaries.
Halloween fans will be able to revisit the entire Michael Myers saga with Halloween: The Complete Collection on Blu-ray, available September 23rd.
This definitive boxed set includes every Halloween movie from John Carpenter's original to Rob Zombie's remakes in one massive collection.
The cinematographer was one of the first to use a Steadicam rig on this horror classic directed by John Carpenter, currently available on Blu-ray.
Celebrate the return of this horror classic with Lynda van der Klok as she takes us inside the intense John Carpenter production, available today.
Fans will also get to see the exclusive documentary short You Can't Kill The Bogeyman: 35 Years of Halloween during this one-week run.
The Weinstein Company also announced new release dates for Piranha 3DD, Our Idiot Brother, I Don't Know How She Does It and a new video game initiative.
This horror classic gets re-released in a 30th Anniversary edition.
On October 30th with specially-produced behind-the-scenes interviews and footage.
New release features "glowing" jack-o-lantern eyes and nose artwork.
25 films were chosen this year; 450 films have been inducted in all.
Digitally remastered shown in Hi-Def, plus 20-Minute featurette with Rob Zombie.