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The two-disc Unrated Director's Cut offers a full disc's worth of extras that should please Zombie fans; chief among the supplemental features is his commentary, which details the film's shooting history and the numerous edits required to deliver the theatrical version. A making-of featurette offers further details of Zombie's vision for the film, and there are featurettes on his cast choices and the many masks that Myers makes while incarcerated. Seventeen deleted scenes (two of which feature Adrienne Barbeau and Tom Towles) and an alternate ending (all with Zombie's commentary) are also provided, as well as footage from the casting sessions. A blooper reel, which is highlighted by unchecked mischief by McDowell and Dourif, offers the set's sole moment of levity. -- Paul Gaita
The title says it all, I mean the thought that they were remaking a classic gave me some doubts because if you ask me they never work out in the long run no matter what they try... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Mystery
First of all, let me say that if you want to experience the original John Carpenter Halloween movies, those still exist in all their glory. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Yerk
1 OF MY MOST FAVORITE HALLOWEEN(S) I LOVE IT..THANKS AMAZON...Published 23 days ago by earlnita gray
I was disappointed, it skipped a lot so watching it was not enjoyable.Published 24 days ago by cynthia chatlos
Great flick. Very well done remake of a classic. The horrible monster that is mike Myers is explained from the beginning. Saw the movie in theaters and is just as good at home. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Coal Mountain
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|Halloween box set?||
The Halloween movies are made by different movie studios, unlike friday the 13th's and nightmare movies which are made by the same company, so there probably won't be a Halloween box set for the US. It sucks because it would be so awesome to have a box set that has all kinds of special features... Read More
Dec 30, 2007 by TheGroom | See all 6 posts
|Does the 3 disc edition have the actual theatrical version?||
I want the theatrical version too, not this "unrated" verson with the sick, stupid rape scene escape. The theartical verson was much better, killing all the guards. I have it on DVD. Will not buy the bluray until I can find the theatrical verson!
May 30, 2009 by P. Brown | See all 8 posts
|Fullscreen and Widescreen Editions||
Hey - I just got the theatrical version and the movie disc is two sided - widescreen on side A and fullscreen on side B, and also comes with a bonus 2nd disc.
Apr 20, 2009 by pixiepoison | See all 3 posts
|Whats the difference?||
Unrated version contains footage that wasn't shown in the theatrical version. One thing I noticed there was 1 or 2 alternate scenes in the unrated one when I watched it.
Dec 18, 2007 by Michael | See all 9 posts
|rated vs unrated versions||
There's also more of Loomis' voice describing Michael's problems in the unrated version, but I hate the unrated verson because of the stupid rape scene escape.
May 30, 2009 by P. Brown | See all 7 posts
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