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Halloween II Blu-ray

Posted June 30, 2011 07:38 PM by Josh Katz

Universal StudiosThis September, Universal Home Entertainment will release 1981's Halloween II in a 30th Anniversary Edition. Picking up immediately after the events of the first Halloween, the sequel finds Michael Myers terrorizing Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis, Trading Places) in a nearby hospital.

Universal's Blu-ray of Halloween II presents the film in its original aspect ratio of 2.39:1; the disc will also feature a 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio track. In terms of supplements, the Blu-ray includes:
  • Alternate Ending
  • Terror in the Asles documentary
The Halloween II: 30th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray streets on September 13th.





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News comments (49 comments)


F13BluRay
 - Jun 30, 2011

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Finally!

rickah88
 - Jun 30, 2011

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Universal is really stepping up it's game: Great news for BD fans!! This release is better, in PQ/AQ & Bonus content then my current DVD....automatic day 1 for me!!

Malice
 - Jun 30, 2011

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ummm what about Halloween III? wasn't that supposed to come out with Halloween II?

Dglee
 - Jun 30, 2011

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Great news! Really looking forward to this

Jiansen
 - Jun 30, 2011

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HOLT COW EXTRAS FOR HALLOWEEN II! I've waited 11 years for this release.

billzfan
 - Jun 30, 2011

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I just pre-ordered on Amazon! Sweet!

movieman1979
 - Jun 30, 2011

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FINALLY! This movie is getting the respect it deserves. Thank you Universal for stepping your game up!

Blackcauldron
 - Jun 30, 2011

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I wonder if the Terror in the Aisles feature will be presented in HD? I wish they could just use the original poster art... although this one isn't too bad.

DanzG
 - Jun 30, 2011

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Damn nice! Now if only they would release part 4 and 5 as special editions like this that would be so sweet!

NFB-418
 - Jun 30, 2011

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This one is worth it for Terror in the Aisles alone!

Dglee
 - Jun 30, 2011

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Anyone know who has the rights to Halloween 4 & 5? Would love to see them soon

DanzG
 - Jun 30, 2011

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Anchor Bay I believe owns the rights to parts 4 and 5 so we should get some good special editions from them. So glad they will not be going to echo bridge!!

DetroitSportsFan
 - Jun 30, 2011

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@ Dglee. Image now has the rights to 4 and 5.

Mr. Joshua
 - Jun 30, 2011

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So what ever happend when the guy with the same tattoo broke Michael out of jail? Were they in a cult? That was never explained...

bboisvert
 - Jun 30, 2011

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Is Terror in the Asles confirmed directly from Universal? Really??

(That's awesome...)

prkprkprk
 - Jun 30, 2011

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Halloween II and Terror in the Aisles together make this a great package. Can't wait to get it!

OldPangYau
 - Jun 30, 2011

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Wow, an official Universal release with the alternate ending?! Here's hoping it won't just be a rip from the full screen TV broadcast tapes.

Steve1
 - Jul 01, 2011

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Finally the wait is over ! Great to see the Terror in the Aisles feature, but a real shame that isn't an intereview with Rick Rosenthal.

iap738
 - Jul 01, 2011

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I love the original and this is, along with Halloween H20, are guilty pleasures of mine. I will gladly replace the old DVD with the new Blu-ray!

BluPat
 - Jul 01, 2011

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DAY ONE!!!!! Love the cover as well!!!!

DigitalGeek123
 - Jul 01, 2011

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I can't wait to see what parts - 4 and 5 look like! Thanks, Universal!

Gardenofstone10
 - Jul 01, 2011

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Yes, this is my favorite!!!!!!

nf0603
 - Jul 01, 2011

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Nice to see some actual supplements considering the DVD only had a very well-worn trailer. Halloween II was actually the first slasher I saw when I was young (a year before I saw Halloween) and its always been my second favorite of the franchise besides pt. 1. The Shape's mask never looked scarier than in the second movie. And this is the same week as Star Wars too, this fall I see more and more things to get broke from LOL

jaws3dfan
 - Jul 01, 2011

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I sent Universal an email to confirm Terror in the Aisles is the full length film, no reply yet.

Dglee
 - Jul 01, 2011

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@ DanzG & DetroitSportsFan - Thanks, well either way atleast its not Echo Bridge. Hope we see them soon.

@ Mr. Joshua - It was explained in Halloween 6: Curse Of Michael Myers

Stuart_Larkin
 - Jul 01, 2011

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This was bound to happen so i'm not surprised but of course none the less happy it's coming out.
But I will be surprised and happy if Halloween 3 comes out. realizing that it's hated and Yeah sure it's not the Best of the films, I love the film and actually consider it the third best. I'm not one to say that it should have been named something else because like John I believe the halloween series should have been just new stories each time based on halloween. Halloween is a time for scary stories after all.

I wish people didn't complain about.

boomina
 - Jul 01, 2011

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This is good news, but there is more footage that could be added instead of just the alternate ending. I think there's about 2 or 3 extra scenes that are in the alternate TV cut than what was in the theatrical. However, still happy to see this get released. Also, for the person who was asking about the story arcs - Halloween 1,2,H20 and Resurrection are one story line involving Michael and Laurie and Halloween 4,5 and Curse of Michael Myers are another arc involving the Thorn cult and Michaels niece Jamie Lloyd. The Man in Black from Halloween 5 is revealed to by Dr Wynn from the first Halloween. Basically, he's a watcher to make sure Michael is able to fulfill the elimination of his bloodline. The Laurie arc completely ignores the Jamie arc. Really hope we get Halloween III - granted it's not Michael, but it was good camp horror on it's own. Halloween 4 and 5 have a bunch of extras that could be added - would love to see a great release for both of them.

Russell22
 - Jul 01, 2011

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Bout time this was released. Its always looked horrible on dvd so heres hoping it's gonna look good.

TheManInBlu
 - Jul 01, 2011

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Day one absolutely!! And hopefully Halloween 3 (and 4 & 5) aren't far behind this year

kong73
 - Jul 01, 2011

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Wow great news and let me just say....it's nice to know i'm not the only one who liked halloween3! great soundtrack! It just Had a really bad name!

Blu Balls
 - Jul 01, 2011

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Happy to add this to my collection around Halloween. Now I can watch the 1st 2 back to back. I wish they would have used the original artwork but, oh well. The 3rd movie in my opinion is one of the worst movies ever made but, I still find myself watching parts of it whenever it's shown on tv around Halloween. I get that damn silver shamrock song stuck in my head!

jaws3dfan
 - Jul 01, 2011

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OMG It's Official...Universal just sent me this email:

Dear Tim,
Yes, the full length "Terror In the Aisles" Documentary will be included with Halloween II release.
We appreciate your enthusiasm for this title and hope that you will continue to enjoy Universal products.
Sincerely,
Consumer Relations
UNIVERSAL STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT

servocrow
 - Jul 01, 2011

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this first one was a MASS UPGRADE in quality. I hope this one gets the same treatment...CLASSICS!!

CandyStalker
 - Jul 01, 2011

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The fu*ked up mask isn't the same, the stunt man playing Michael is a poor replacement for Nick Castle, Loomis fires SEVEN shots in the opening recap, Michael essentially becomes Jason (yawn) in this one... a lousy movie. Yet I've seen it dozens of times and it is by far the best Michael Myers sequel. Still unclear as to the extent of the reported reshoots by (co-producer) Carpenter and it seems again that there will be no supplement to explain that.

I guess I am the only one who applauded the idea to have an original Halloween movie each year - e.g. Halloween III - instead of the same boring slasher bullshit.

TheManInBlu
 - Jul 01, 2011

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I thought the idea Carpenter had for future sequels starting with H3 was great; each movie a different story centered around the Halloween holiday. And I believe that if it would've been in this present day and age, it would've worked as people are all fed up of endless sequels. Too bad people weren't ready for it back then. I for one love H3 and am looking forward to owning it on Blu Blu-ray.com has cover art for it: http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Halloween-III-Season-of-the-Witch-Blu-ray/24433/ so maybe it'll come out this year after all. If not, it's bound to come out next year for its 30th anniversary...

matt_hargett
 - Jul 01, 2011

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I'd love to see a Director's Cut of this movie; it always felt like The Shape was on-screen a bit too much, and the killing scenes were held for a bit too long. This would be a better movie if it were even 60 seconds shorter.

That being said, I'm excited to finally get a decent transfer of this movie. Hopefully they let the natural grain be present and not DNR it away. Not a day one purchase; I'll be waiting on the review to check the video quality.

Shawn Watson
 - Jul 01, 2011

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deadhatetheliving
 - Jul 01, 2011

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Great news but the cover art is horrible. Shame on you Universal.

Calibraexis
 - Jul 01, 2011

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Sad to see such measly special features. My guess is Universal doesn't want to spend too much effort for a catalog title. Still, this is a catalog title that Anchor Bay has wanted for awhile, and has asked to purchase from Universal. This and Phantasm II. Universal put such an absurd price on the table that Anchor Bay said "no thanks" to. Universal knows what they have in Halloween II and III, and will greedily keep them from other studios who will no doubt show them up by giving it the treatment it deserves after all these years.

phatrat1982
 - Jul 01, 2011

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yeah bring on the 80's slashers best horror movie era ever. I know they are cheesy but I love em all, Freddy Jason, Chucky, Hell Raiser, Halloween, and on and on. To me the horror movies from the 80's and late 70's were the best. While I did enjoy I know what you did last summer I was relieved to see some revivals of the good stuff follow.

mayorofsmpleton
 - Jul 02, 2011

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Shame there's not a bigger list of supplements. There exist more than just an alternate ending. There's something like 15-20 minutes of alternate footage that can be seen on the TV cut.

Rosenthal also expressed interest in recording a commentary track when H:Resurrection (garbage) was released and Universal put out their first DVD of H2. Call him up and get him in there to record a commentary Universal. Don't be cheap.

OH! And NO TRAILER? Seriously? No surprise. This is Universal and they're one of the biggest offenders of not putting the original trailer on the very disc of the movie that you're buying. If you want the trailer for H2 you'll likely have to buy a similar title from Universal and hope it's one of the "preview" trailers they provide.

shamon
 - Jul 02, 2011

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can't wait

WJWS Channel 13:Amity
 - Jul 02, 2011

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Detroitsportsfan, Halloween 4 and5 are actually still held by anchorbay, they were one of the titles that they made a point of keeping hold of.

BouCoupDinkyDau
 - Jul 04, 2011

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Preordered. Can't wait to watch TitA again!!! It's been a LONG time!
I sure hope there is a John Carpenter commentary on the main feature though. I love his movie-talk.

toonloon
 - Jul 04, 2011

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Boomina!!!! WTF???!!! SPOILERS!!!!!!!!!!!

alphadec
 - Jul 04, 2011

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Must have this for my collaction, but the cover is awfull

boomina
 - Jul 05, 2011

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@toonloon - anyone posting in this thread has more than likely seen Halloween: Curse of Michael Myers and knows the story behind the Man In Black. At least I didn't divulge the whole Producer's Cut version of it.....

Grim Reaper
 - Jul 05, 2011

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why not just come out with a complete box set...

tommyblah
 - Jul 09, 2011

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thanks universal!! i'll be getting this on day 1!


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