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MischievousSpirit
08-05-2007, 08:25 AM
I would love to see commentaries by Zombie, Scout, Danielle, an Daeg, and Tyler.

What do you think?

halo thirty one
08-05-2007, 08:36 AM
I hope they put all the TV ads and trailers on it. Plus it would be cool if it's a 2 disc set.

Todd 78
08-05-2007, 08:43 AM
I'll take the original ending and first cut before reshoots

PG Soul
08-05-2007, 08:50 AM
Steel tin case like they have got the 20th Century Fox Ultimate Editions...........The extensive documentary is what i want to see the most anything else is a bonus.......

Shamrock-Robot
08-05-2007, 10:32 AM
Trailers, TV Spots, Commentary By Zombie, And a Documentary.

Muse
08-05-2007, 10:40 AM
I wouldn't mind seeing a documentary and the footage before the re-shoots. And with Rob Zombie doing this how he is, a commentary could be good to listen to. Then trailer/tv spots.

Reasonable, not too much, and very nice if those were on, I'd say.

The Frightmaster
08-05-2007, 10:43 AM
I would like to see behind the scenes footage, the making of halloween, maybe some outtakes/bloopers and film commentary with cast and crew.

Worthystevens
08-05-2007, 11:30 AM
Aside from what everyone else said, I'd like to see the Comic Con panel & the Q/A afterwards.

ten31
08-05-2007, 12:43 PM
I thought he was already doing a 30 days off hell documentary like he did with The Devils Rejects?

Khan
08-05-2007, 12:58 PM
I wonder if Dimension will release an "unrated" version as a marketing ploy.

flashram
08-05-2007, 01:15 PM
I love behind-the-scenes and bloopers.

Joker
08-05-2007, 01:31 PM
Talking of Behind-the-Scenes, does anyone have a youtube link to the behind the scene footage we got months back from MTV? I would just go on the official site but im in the UK and it doesnt allow it.

WaveCrest
08-05-2007, 02:56 PM
I'd like to see on the DVD of Halloween (2007) :

- footage of the film before the re-shoots (suggested in some of the posts so far)

- Comic Con footage for Halloween (2007), including the Q & A session (also suggested above in some of the posts so far)

- all the TV spots (I'm assuming there will be more before the film's release in over three weeks' time). (suggested in the posts above this one)

- all trailers released on the web and cinemas

- any possible radio spots

- a Halloween quiz about Halloween and the Halloween films (with different questions each time you have a go, unlike the Going to Pieces DVD documentary which has the same questions each time you have a go at the quiz)

- a feature length documentary (something which goes into detail on the making of the film, before during and after production and the reshoots. A 90 minute documentary would be great)

- several featurettes on various aspects of the production

- the You Tube video interviews posted on the Official Halloween Movies website

- audio interviews (from the set and on radio. That's what I'm thinking of)

- storyboards (production of the film, including set pieces and locations)

- production stills

- location map

- location pictures

- cast auditions (I'm thinking of screen tests)

- various poster artworks from different countries

- interactive map of Haddonfield (locations in the film and past Halloweens)

- all cut footage/deleted scenes if possible

- interviews with cast and crew

- commentaries from as many of the cast and crew as possible (in particular Rob Zombie, Danielle Harris and Scout-Taylor Compton).

wyatt s
08-05-2007, 03:10 PM
The only thing I care about as far as the special features go is the "thirty days in Hell" type documentary that Rob said we'll get. I watch the one on the Devil's Rejects DVD more than I actually watch The Devil's Rejects.

Bogatyri
08-05-2007, 06:39 PM
I would like to see all of the different TV spots. A few interviews. A special section dedicated to Mustapha. Any other behind the scenes info would be great.
I almost wish they would have had the movie come out even earlier so that we could get an actual October 31st DVD release. Maybe a RZ halloween bundled with the original JC halloween. That would be nice.

mmyers78
08-06-2007, 08:35 AM
i want to see commentary and a documentary

PG Soul
08-06-2007, 09:57 AM
I want to see the poster designs that were not accepted.

The best of, fan art/merchandise that was inspired by the movie.

Opening Weekend footage from a major cinema outlet, with quick interview tidbits with cinema goers.

Easter Eggs!

Padams
08-06-2007, 10:12 AM
I want to see bloopers. If Michael tripped while chasing Laurie down the street .. priceless.

sahin
08-07-2007, 03:54 AM
- behind the scenes footages
- interviews
- the story of michael myers report
- trailers and tv spots
- outtakes :nodsmile:
- alternate scenes and endings
- cast & crew bios

Monte
08-07-2007, 04:29 AM
I'd like to see a new video for "I'm Your Boogie Man" that is made to look like what one would initially expect from a Rob Zombie version of Halloween, with Michael played by Stone Cold Steve Austin, wearing a mask that has three-foot-long hair, a cowboy hat, and coveralls with the sleeves ripped off, making devil horns with his hands and head-banging as he drives a combine machine into a group of screaming, naked female porn stars.

Just for fun.

Cereal Killer
08-07-2007, 12:57 PM
I'd like an interview with Zombie and his take on the original, his thoughts on doing a remake, his views of what changed with his version and why. I got the feeling he felt he was being handed a big task... would just like to hear his perspective on it.

WaveCrest
08-07-2007, 02:02 PM
I forgot to add in my first post -

- outtakes.

******

Sahin - I like that idea of "The Story of Michael Myers Report". Is that a history of Michael Myers? That suggestion has made me think of something else, something seen in I think Halloween 6 and H2O - newspaper cuttings about Michael Myers. I'm thinking of a gallery which you can go through at your own speed, as with there being plenty of writing on the newspaper stories and headlines you won't have time to read them if it's a slideshow.

HEcamehome
08-07-2007, 02:16 PM
* A "30 Days In Hell" - type of documentary that runs for 2 hours or so
* All the video interviews (including one with Zombie about his thoughts on the original and his own film and the Halloween seies in general- much like what Cereal Killer said)
* Alternate scenes, opening/ending
* Trailers, TV spots, Radio spots, etc
* Various Commentary tracks
* Some kind of booklet or something like released with Rejects
* Digipak packaging
* DTS ES, 5.1 EX (Not really special features but what the hell)

Man In Black
08-07-2007, 02:34 PM
Disc One:
• Theatrical version of the movie
- Audio Commentary by director Rob Zombie
- Audio Commentary by cast members Tyler Mane, Daeg Faerch, Sheri Moon Zombie, Scout Taylor-Compton & Danielle Harris

Disc Two:
• "....insert name of feature length making of documentary"
• Deleted scenes/ending with optional commentary by Rob Zombie
• Screen tests & table readings (expanded from expected documentary footage)
• Blooper reel (inc. Kristina Klebe being killed by the producers)
• Tyler Bates on the musical score
• TV Spots and Teasers/Trailers

Shamrock-Robot
08-07-2007, 02:37 PM
Disc One:
• Theatrical version of the movie
- Audio Commentary by director Rob Zombie
- Audio Commentary by cast members Tyler Mane, Daeg Faerch, Sheri Moon Zombie, Scout Taylor-Compton & Danielle Harris

Disc Two:
• "....insert name of feature length making of documentary"
• Deleted scenes/ending with optional commentary by Rob Zombie
• Screen tests & table readings (expanded from expected documentary footage)
• Blooper reel (inc. Kristina Klebe being killed by the producers)
• Tyler Bates on the musical score
• TV Spots and Teasers/Trailers


Thats exactly what I want too.

Khan
08-07-2007, 02:38 PM
Disc One:
• Theatrical version of the movie
- Audio Commentary by director Rob Zombie
- Audio Commentary by cast members Tyler Mane, Daeg Faerch, Sheri Moon Zombie, Scout Taylor-Compton & Danielle Harris

Disc Two:
• "....insert name of feature length making of documentary"
• Deleted scenes/ending with optional commentary by Rob Zombie
• Screen tests & table readings (expanded from expected documentary footage)
• Blooper reel (inc. Kristina Klebe being killed by the producers)
• Tyler Bates on the musical score
• TV Spots and Teasers/Trailers

Add a possible extended/director's cut to that.

MichaelMyers04
08-07-2007, 02:54 PM
Disc One:
• Theatrical version of the movie
- Audio Commentary by director Rob Zombie
- Audio Commentary by cast members Tyler Mane, Daeg Faerch, Sheri Moon Zombie, Scout Taylor-Compton & Danielle Harris

Disc Two:
• "....insert name of feature length making of documentary"
• Deleted scenes/ending with optional commentary by Rob Zombie
• Screen tests & table readings (expanded from expected documentary footage)
• Blooper reel (inc. Kristina Klebe being killed by the producers)
• Tyler Bates on the musical score
• TV Spots and Teasers/Trailers


That's what I would want for this DVD as well.

YourAverageJoe
08-07-2007, 05:07 PM
Disc One:
• Theatrical version of the movie
- Audio Commentary by director Rob Zombie
- Audio Commentary by cast members Tyler Mane, Daeg Faerch, Sheri Moon Zombie, Scout Taylor-Compton & Danielle Harris

Disc Two:
• "....insert name of feature length making of documentary"
• Deleted scenes/ending with optional commentary by Rob Zombie
• Screen tests & table readings (expanded from expected documentary footage)
• Blooper reel (inc. Kristina Klebe being killed by the producers)
• Tyler Bates on the musical score
• TV Spots and Teasers/Trailers

That right there seems pretty damn perfect to me.

Monte
08-07-2007, 09:27 PM
Kristina Klebe being killed by the producers? Is there some juicy behind-the-scenes details I've missed or something?

Man In Black
08-07-2007, 09:39 PM
Its just somthing that she mentions in some interviews and she hopes it ends up in the blooper/gag reel.

Kinick
08-08-2007, 04:33 AM
Disc One:
• Theatrical version of the movie
- Audio Commentary by director Rob Zombie
- Audio Commentary by cast members Tyler Mane, Daeg Faerch, Sheri Moon Zombie, Scout Taylor-Compton & Danielle Harris

Disc Two:
• "....insert name of feature length making of documentary"
• Deleted scenes/ending with optional commentary by Rob Zombie
• Screen tests & table readings (expanded from expected documentary footage)
• Blooper reel (inc. Kristina Klebe being killed by the producers)
• Tyler Bates on the musical score
• TV Spots and Teasers/Trailers



This would be awesome to see something like this. The documentary covering the entire production will be the real gem though.

And... least not forget Malcolm for the commentary!

InTheDeep2007
08-08-2007, 05:34 AM
I'd like to see all of that too!

JamieLloydFan
08-08-2007, 09:43 AM
Maybe some cool covers like these. presume they are probably custom made

http://i138.photobucket.com/albums/q250/VideoPirate/Halloween_2007_R2.jpg

http://i138.photobucket.com/albums/q250/VideoPirate/Halloween_2007_R1.jpg

And the DVD disc art.

http://i138.photobucket.com/albums/q250/VideoPirate/Halloween_2007_R2-cd1.jpg

Flash Over
08-08-2007, 09:54 AM
Those are awesome!!!

Ana-Matronic
08-09-2007, 12:33 AM
Yeah if you mean not at all... they are so ridiculously amateur!

Monte
08-09-2007, 02:26 AM
Those aren't very good at all. Why does everyone and their mother think they can design DVD covers?

MyersFan75
08-09-2007, 02:42 AM
Disc One:
• Theatrical version of the movie
- Audio Commentary by director Rob Zombie
- Audio Commentary by cast members Tyler Mane, Daeg Faerch, Sheri Moon Zombie, Scout Taylor-Compton & Danielle Harris

Disc Two:
• "....insert name of feature length making of documentary"
• Deleted scenes/ending with optional commentary by Rob Zombie
• Screen tests & table readings (expanded from expected documentary footage)
• Blooper reel (inc. Kristina Klebe being killed by the producers)
• Tyler Bates on the musical score
• TV Spots and Teasers/Trailers

Just about perfect.

The only thing I can see missing here is a bit with Wayne Toth on creating the Myers mask. (Bringing it back to the basics, and this time they meant it.)

:nodsmile:

samhain51
08-09-2007, 06:25 AM
How the hell do you guys do this stuff! Anyway i would like to see the same behind the scenes featurette like in House and Dveils Rejects!

JamieLloydFan
08-09-2007, 08:06 AM
Yeah if you mean not at all... they are so ridiculously amateur!

Those aren't very good at all. Why does everyone and their mother think they can design DVD covers?
The Front of the DVd Covers look ok, (Much like the theatrical poster) But the rear of the Covers look terrible, especially the synopsis text. The DVD Disc picture is probably the best of the Bunch. It does kinda look like the correct region 2 DVD art. I dont know who created them as I found them on www.cdcovers.cc


Even although those are custom made i personally dont think they look that much worse than the covers for H20 & ressurection. Both of them were poor.

Anyway back on subject I do hope this DvD release will be packed with special features. Iwould be very disapointed if we end up with more bareboned releases.

mr_casper_sgv
08-10-2007, 06:50 AM
Hope to see interviews like with Danielle Harris.

JamieLloydFan
08-10-2007, 12:08 PM
Hope to see interviews like with Danielle Harris.

I think we will get quite a few interviews with all involved in this film on the DVD. could be one of the best halloween DVD releases to date.(regarding Special features) One thing we must remember is not to get to ahead of ourselves. I think we should wait and see how the movie does at the box office.

renee30152
08-10-2007, 12:14 PM
I think those are cool covers.
I hope there is special functions, which I am sure there will be. I can't wait to see this film! I have already preordered the Halloween Soundtrack from Amazon! Yippee! And as soon as tickets go on sale, I am pre-ordering them as well.

Khan
08-10-2007, 12:28 PM
I think we will get quite a few interviews with all involved in this film on the DVD. could be one of the best halloween DVD releases to date.(regarding Special features) One thing we must remember is not to get to ahead of ourselves. I think we should wait and see how the movie does at the box office.

You are very rational.

JamieLloydFan
08-11-2007, 03:08 AM
You are very rational.

LOL like it! Not been called that in a while.

Monte
08-11-2007, 03:31 AM
This is the kind of DVD that gets jam-packed no matter what. The issue, however, is that if the movie is a hit, we'll get a bare-bones release first, and then the super-deluxe-extra-special edition about a year later (or if/when the sequel comes out). If the movie bombs, Dimension will do everything they can to make money off the DVD by releasing the ultra-mega-happy-make-you-orgasm edition right off the bat.

Ana-Matronic
08-11-2007, 01:28 PM
Because I thought those covers were so gross I threw this together fast(Mine are pretty crap but if i had time to make em hot I would...im just showing up whoever made those before :P ):

http://img211.imageshack.us/img211/9758/h1iu5.jpg

http://img507.imageshack.us/img507/7205/halloweenaj3.th.jpg (http://img507.imageshack.us/my.php?image=halloweenaj3.jpg)
CLICK TO ENLARGE

Myers Insurance
08-11-2007, 01:34 PM
Holy shit, that is awesome. My only suggestion is making the text on the back a bit bigger. It was kinda hard to read.

Will Jones
08-11-2007, 04:17 PM
Steel tin case like they have got the 20th Century Fox Ultimate Editions...........The extensive documentary is what i want to see the most anything else is a bonus.......

I second that. A full-on BTS Docu would kicks ass...like the "30 Days In Hell" Docu that was released with The Devil's Rejects.


Because I thought those covers were so gross I threw this together fast(Mine are pretty crap but if i had time to make em hot I would...im just showing up whoever made those before :P ):


Image Deleted (http://img507.imageshack.us/my.php?image=halloweenaj3.jpg)
CLICK TO ENLARGE

That's awesome work there. For all we know, the DVD art might end up just like that or damn near close to it. :bow:

Ana-Matronic
08-12-2007, 12:12 AM
Holy shit, that is awesome. My only suggestion is making the text on the back a bit bigger. It was kinda hard to read.

Yeah I know the text was weird to do especially with the dark background. It was higgildy piggaldy. Glad you guys like it.

njdevs03champs
08-12-2007, 12:14 AM
Two commerical during the same break on IMPACT, wooohooo!

JamieLloydFan
08-12-2007, 01:39 AM
Because I thought those covers were so gross I threw this together fast(Mine are pretty crap but if i had time to make em hot I would...im just showing up whoever made those before :P ):

http://img211.imageshack.us/img211/9758/h1iu5.jpg

http://img507.imageshack.us/img507/7205/halloweenaj3.th.jpg (http://img507.imageshack.us/my.php?image=halloweenaj3.jpg)
CLICK TO ENLARGE

Hey great effort They are a 1000 times better than the ones I found and posted. :bow:

KingCobra582
08-12-2007, 11:55 AM
Nice DVD designs there, JamieLloydFan. Don't let anyone who said it sucks intimidate you. I thought the Cover Art and the DVD Art ruled.

Now, on topic.

DISC ONE

- The film in selectable widescreen or fullscreen formats, sort of like what New Line did with Freddy Vs. Jason DVD.

- Theatrical Trailer(s)

- Audio Commentary with Rob Zombie.

- Cast Commentary

- Outtakes

- TV Spots

DISC TWO

- Audition Footage

- Cast/Crew Interviews

- Deleted/Alternate Scenes

- Alternate Ending (Endings?)

- Movie Script

- Trailers for House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil's Rejects, El Superbeasto, etc.

- Rob Zombie 'Halloween' Music Video, complete with film scenes

- Trivia Game

- Cast/Crew Filmographies

- Behind The Scenes

- Rob Zombie Featurette

- Michael Myers Featurette

- Film Stills

Roswell
08-12-2007, 12:05 PM
The film in selectable widescreen or fullscreen formats

:vomit:

MischievousSpirit
08-12-2007, 12:15 PM
:vomit:

Agreed. They need to do away with Fool Screen all together!

How's about an isolated musical score?

Roswell
08-12-2007, 12:16 PM
How's about an isolated musical score?

Now THERE'S something I can get behind.

MyersFan927
08-12-2007, 05:16 PM
As long as you can get it in either aspect ratio, there's no problem in having it available in full screen...if that floats their boat.

I'd like a behind-the-scenes tour of the set on the dvd, plus an interview with Zombie on how he came up with all this stuff.

Roswell
08-12-2007, 05:24 PM
There shouldn't even BE the option of fool screen. It destroys the director's intentions for the movie. Besides, who wants to see a movie hacked up into a fuzzy square? Raise your hands high now so I can see them.:bastard:

Seriously, why should there be that option? You don't have the option of cutting a painting in half when you go to an art museum or when you buy one yourself (okay, in that case you do have the option, but why would you destroy a perfectly good painting? :p), do you?

To me, film is art, no matter how good or bad it is. It especially bothers when people put effort and time into creating a good film and then I see it hacked up for Mr. Joe Six Pack. It shouldn't be this way, and thankfully it's beginning to get phased out. Slowly but surely it is.

MyersFan927
08-12-2007, 05:55 PM
Some people are annoyed by black bars. They want it to fill their whole screen. If they had a widescreen TV there probably wouldn't be a problem. Besides, it's cut to show the important parts.

I like widescreen more, but full screen sells. As long as everybody gets what they want, what's the problem? You go one way and they'll go theirs.

When you "hack" a movie it doesn't make the quality of the film any less good. The movie itself is good in either format. And I don't feel that film, for the most part, is art, but that's another discussion for another day.

Roswell
08-12-2007, 05:57 PM
You lost me when you said that film isn't art.

And as far as cutting out only what's not important: everything in the frame is important. Take a look at Halloween in full screen. It takes away the scope of the film and reduces it to looking like a TV movie with good cinematography. The ultimate example of how bad it is is when Michael sits up behind Laurie near the end of the film. All you see is his shadow. People say it makes the moment scarier, which I think is a lot of bull. What's really scary is seeing that mask again. That robotic turn of the head. That sense that this guy just isn't human. You're cutting out an entire performance! Not important you say? Well then yours is truly a lost cause.

Khan
08-12-2007, 06:03 PM
Film IS art.

MyersFan927
08-12-2007, 06:03 PM
Well, some movies are art. Many aren't, you know, like The 40 Year Old Virgin. It's a kind of art that I don't think is as profound as books, paintings, architecture, etc.

But the main thing is that full screen works for some, not for others.

Oooh, I hope they include all the trailers on the DVD.

BurtSampson
08-14-2007, 05:50 PM
Just curious, what were some of the reshoots done? I thought most of the really controversial stuff didn't make it past the first draft of the script.

shoe1985
08-14-2007, 06:35 PM
Pretty much I would like the normal features: deleted scenes, commentaries.

Monte
08-15-2007, 12:24 AM
I thought "fullscreen" died out a long time ago, as it's simply not a viable practice anymore given that HDTVs are now the standard for home viewing. Why would anyone actually want that?

Roswell
08-15-2007, 09:43 AM
I thought "fullscreen" died out a long time ago, as it's simply not a viable practice anymore given that HDTVs are now the standard for home viewing. Why would anyone actually want that?

Foolscreen is still around. While HDTV may be the hot new thing right now, the majority of people still have their square TVs, and most are also unaware of how widescreen works, so they think they're getting the full picture with foolscreen. The studios don't seem to care about educating the masses about widescreen because they want to stick with what sells. It's a sad thing.

MyersFan927
08-15-2007, 12:44 PM
Why care how others are viewing movies? We all do what we want and that's how the world gets along. Fullscreen isn't nearly as bad as the practice of editing movies down for content. That is something that bothers me. The two people I know who like full screen understand what's better about widescreen but their full screen TVs prevent them from buying WS dvd's. It's that simple. But...who cares?

Bogatyri
08-15-2007, 12:56 PM
I thought "fullscreen" died out a long time ago, as it's simply not a viable practice anymore given that HDTVs are now the standard for home viewing. Why would anyone actually want that?

believe me, HDTV is not the standard in home viewing now. For the most part, people have small televisions. The reason that Fullscreen is still around is because people use to complain when they would get home and pop the movie in and only be seeing it on half a TV screen. I once worked in a video rental store and had constant complaints from people who would get home and not be able to get a great view of the movie because they only had a 15'-20' tv. That is why fullscreen is still around, and is very popular still.
I still really do not understand why production makers do not just do a two sided dvd with Widescreen on one and Full on the other. I mean it really would resolve much of the hassle that people go through over this issue.

Frazetta
08-15-2007, 08:01 PM
I'd perfer a two disc unrated Director's Cut with cool packaging like the HHE remake BestBuy blood package.

Disc One: Rated & Unrated versions of the film with the option of the original pre-test screening ending

Feature Length movie with two additonal commentaries. One with Rob Zombie & Malek Akkad & the other with McDowell, Mane, Compton & Sherri.

Disc Two : The yet to be named Making of Documentary.

All of the trailers & tv spots.

Bloopers & deleted scenes.

A feature on Rob Zombie & Tyler Mane bringing Michael Myers back to life.

A Comic Con/Test Screening report

A feature on Tyler Bates score.

Casting & table read through footage.

halo thirty one
08-16-2007, 05:43 AM
I read somewhere that Rob Zombie was planning another documentary like the 30 Days in Hell that was done for The Devil's Rejects.

MyersFan75
08-16-2007, 06:44 AM
Another thing I didn't mention would be a Good vs. Evil type feature, that showcases Myers vs. Loomis in this film.

And maybe just a look back at what the series has become up to this point, Rob Zombie's opinion on it all, and why the decision to remake the original was ultimately made. Just to top it all off.

mcilroga
08-16-2007, 06:48 AM
Why care how others are viewing movies? We all do what we want and that's how the world gets along. Fullscreen isn't nearly as bad as the practice of editing movies down for content. That is something that bothers me. The two people I know who like full screen understand what's better about widescreen but their full screen TVs prevent them from buying WS dvd's. It's that simple. But...who cares?

Yeah.

I was just saying the other day, "people shouldn't be shot for watching/buying fullscreen." I stand by my inquiry. My, how the time flies. :nodsmile:

Hallow's Eve
08-16-2007, 07:45 AM
I would like to see interviews with the entire cast, lots of behind the scenes footage on the set, blooper reels, deleted scenes, music videos, artwork, storyboards, all that fun stuff.

MyersFan927
08-16-2007, 09:22 AM
Yeah.

I was just saying the other day, "people shouldn't be shot for watching/buying fullscreen." I stand by my inquiry. My, how the time flies. :nodsmile:

Hah, you said that? Good stuff. lol

halloweenfan89
08-20-2007, 07:22 AM
I would like to see a commentary by John Carpenter (even tho I know it aint ganna happen). Still, that would be pretty cool and very interesting.

Todd 78
08-20-2007, 07:58 AM
Yeah.

I was just saying the other day, "people shouldn't be shot for watching/buying fullscreen." I stand by my inquiry. My, how the time flies. :nodsmile:


Not shot, just slapped around a bit....
:bastard:

WhiteZombie
08-20-2007, 08:00 AM
I'm really looking forward to the "30 Days in Hell" Devils Rejects type thing, for Halloween. I've never been big on commentaries, but I want some deleted scenes too.

halloweenfan89
08-28-2007, 10:51 AM
I'm really looking forward to the "30 Days in Hell" Devils Rejects type thing, for Halloween. I've never been big on commentaries, but I want some deleted scenes too.

Yeah, I cant wait to see the 30 days in hell thing also. I hope they really make us proud with some really great special features

Myers Insurance
09-01-2007, 07:43 AM
Foolscreen is still around. While HDTV may be the hot new thing right now, the majority of people still have their square TVs, and most are also unaware of how widescreen works, so they think they're getting the full picture with foolscreen. The studios don't seem to care about educating the masses about widescreen because they want to stick with what sells. It's a sad thing.

Except that on the Halloween 5 and FvJ menu's you can tell since they have fullscreen and widescreen next to each other and WS shows more.

Khan
09-01-2007, 08:19 AM
With all of the commentary about the remake section being rushed, perhaps they could release an extended edition to flesh out the remake portion.

Myers Insurance
09-01-2007, 08:22 AM
The remake section was actually pretty similar to how it was in the original draft. There were a few differences in the original script, but they weren't in the wp, so they probably weren't filmed.

Personally, I would've prefered to have this film be the childhood/sanitarium thing and then a sequel be the remake.

BrianG
09-01-2007, 08:24 AM
I would definatly like to see a documentary: making of, deleted scenes and the alternate ending, and commentaries from Zombie, Mane, Harris, McDowell, Taylor-Compton, and Klebe.

Redskinndallas
09-01-2007, 05:55 PM
A delete button so I can delete this garbage.

JangoJason
09-06-2007, 08:05 AM
More Danielle Harris sex scene!

JamieLloydFan
09-06-2007, 08:10 AM
Unrated theatrical version
workprint version
A hybrid version of Both cuts. (Possible directors cut).
several Audio commentrys
Interviews & documentrys
Soundtrack
And some nice freebie

unholyinferno
09-06-2007, 08:50 AM
I'd like to see a 2-disc special edition:

Disc 1:

Theatrical Presentation
Feature-length commentary by writer/director Rob Zombie and cast
Director's Cut with and without commentary

Disc 2:
Work-print Presentation
Making-of documenary explaining the changes in both versions (i.e. what was changed and why)
Theatrical trailers
TV Spots
Talk-show interview clips (i.e. Jimmy Kimmel Live)
Making-of Documentary
Wide-screen/Full-screen menu options on both discs

Any other ideas? We need to push for some meaty special features to beef up this release. Halloween is back on the big screen. I think the movie should've been promoted with JC's release...both movies airing back to back. And why wasn't this movie screened for critics?

Khan
09-06-2007, 08:53 AM
Movies are usually not screened for critics when the studio has no faith in them, but in this case, they loved the movie.

Deckard
09-06-2007, 01:12 PM
I'd like to see a 2-disc special edition:

Disc 1:

Theatrical Presentation
Feature-length commentary by writer/director Rob Zombie and cast
Director's Cut with and without commentary

Disc 2:
Work-print Presentation
Making-of documenary explaining the changes in both versions (i.e. what was changed and why)
Theatrical trailers
TV Spots
Talk-show interview clips (i.e. Jimmy Kimmel Live)
Making-of Documentary
Wide-screen/Full-screen menu options on both discs

Any other ideas? We need to push for some meaty special features to beef up this release. Halloween is back on the big screen. I think the movie should've been promoted with JC's release...both movies airing back to back. And why wasn't this movie screened for critics?

Ditto...

freethy
09-06-2007, 01:15 PM
I'd like to see a 2-disc special edition:

Disc 1:

Theatrical Presentation
Feature-length commentary by writer/director Rob Zombie and cast
Director's Cut with and without commentary

Disc 2:
Work-print Presentation
Making-of documenary explaining the changes in both versions (i.e. what was changed and why)
Theatrical trailers
TV Spots
Talk-show interview clips (i.e. Jimmy Kimmel Live)
Making-of Documentary
Wide-screen/Full-screen menu options on both discs

Any other ideas? We need to push for some meaty special features to beef up this release. Halloween is back on the big screen. I think the movie should've been promoted with JC's release...both movies airing back to back. And why wasn't this movie screened for critics?


This is what I would like to see, but what is the chances of it happening? Someone PM Rob Zombie and nag him about it.

MichaelJrdnMyrs
09-06-2007, 01:52 PM
http://www.fangoria.com/news_article.php?id=4922

Woo hoo. I had thought we might only get a bare-bones DVD as the first release.

Ravenheart
09-06-2007, 01:59 PM
Extended Cut of the movie would be my first choice.I'd also love to see the trailers and TV spots as well as a behind the scenes making of documentary.

Danny Strode
09-06-2007, 02:13 PM
I would like to see the same as a lot of you here. The trailers, commentary, documentaries, etc. I'd also like to see a 2-disc set. I hope the movie won't be released with one of those stupid slipcase covers. I hate those.

Silverpsycho
09-06-2007, 02:27 PM
Disc One:
• Theatrical version of the movie
- Audio Commentary by director Rob Zombie
- Audio Commentary by cast members Tyler Mane, Daeg Faerch, Sheri Moon Zombie, Scout Taylor-Compton & Danielle Harris

Disc Two:
• "....insert name of feature length making of documentary"
• Deleted scenes/ending with optional commentary by Rob Zombie
• Screen tests & table readings (expanded from expected documentary footage)
• Blooper reel (inc. Kristina Klebe being killed by the producers)
• Tyler Bates on the musical score
• TV Spots and Teasers/Trailers

I would love an edition with those features and possibly the full workprint edition if that's possible. I'd like to be able to see that in full without having to only see it in the alternate/deleted scenes bonus feature section.

EvilOnTwoLegs
09-06-2007, 05:02 PM
30 Days in Hell-style feature-length doc...shitload of deleted scenes...commentary. That's all I'm really hoping for.

Khan
09-06-2007, 05:05 PM
I am not counting on the work print to be officially released as an alternate cut, so just have deleted scenes and the alternate ending.

Myers Insurance
09-06-2007, 05:10 PM
Disc 1:
-Widescreen presentation of the film as both 1.??:1 and 2.35:1.
-Fullscreen (euw) presentation of the film.
-Feature commentary by writer/director Rob Zombie
-Feature commentary by actors Daeg Faerch, Tyler Mane, Hanna Hall, and Sheri Moon Zombie
-Feature commentary by actors Scout Taylor-Compton, Danielle Harris, and Kristin Klebe.
-Trailers/teasers for more projects.
-Scene selection

Disc 2:
-Special alternate cut (workprint)
-Deleted scenes
-Alternate ending(s)
-Blooper Reels
-90+ Minute Documentary
-Press Archive
-DVD-Rom features

MyersFan75
09-06-2007, 05:30 PM
http://www.fangoria.com/news_article.php?id=4922

Rob Zombie discusses the DVD release.

Flash Over
09-06-2007, 05:39 PM
I'd like too see a french or Spanish audio track...

Casper
09-06-2007, 06:12 PM
Well everyone said what id like to see so ya lol everything that was said....but i would def buy the original version and the unrated if they release it

MyersFan75
09-06-2007, 06:21 PM
I'd like too see a french or Spanish audio track...


For what? Kicks? :bastard:

Or, is that what you'd rather watch the film in?

RazorBlade101
09-06-2007, 08:56 PM
I wonder if Dimension will release an "unrated" version as a marketing ploy.

Hopefully not ... The movie is already some-what over the top ...

Unrated DVDs usually just add more nude shit and stuff that dont matter.

The Dark Shape
09-06-2007, 08:58 PM
Disc 1:
-Widescreen presentation of the film as both 1.??:1 and 2.35:1.

Full screen = evil.

MichaelJrdnMyrs
09-06-2007, 09:47 PM
Full screen = evil.


Heh, then I guess your tv ain't no 12-inch.

EvilOnTwoLegs
09-07-2007, 05:15 AM
I'd like too see a french or Spanish audio track...
hahaha

No, seriously...what would you really like to see?

Kinick
09-07-2007, 05:35 AM
Can't wait for the feature-length documentary... sounds awesome. I hope it includes the re-shoots too.

zombie commando
09-07-2007, 05:58 AM
Full screen = evil.
People who buy full screen DVDs are lame.

jbyrd123
09-07-2007, 06:17 AM
I like the Director and cast commentary as well as all the deleted and extended scenes, a making of documentary along with cast and crew interviews.

ragethorn
09-07-2007, 10:45 AM
I apologize if this has been posted before but I just found it on fangoria.


Now that Rob Zombie’s HALLOWEEN has broken big-screen box-office records (see updated item here), it’s probably not too early to start thinking about what the filmmaker has in store for the movie’s DVD release. And he confirms to Fango that if you loved the feature-length 30 DAYS IN HELL documentary that accompanied his DEVIL’S REJECTS on disc, “We shot one the same way” during HALLOWEEN’s production. “There’s probably even more to it than [30 DAYS] had, because that one worked so well, we were like, ‘Oh yeah, let’s do it again.' So we’re actually editing that right now.”

Fans can also expect to see a good deal of deleted material, including cameos by horror greats that didn’t make it into HALLOWEEN’s release version. “Adrienne Barbeau’s scene will be in there,” he tells us, “and this big parole sequence with Udo Kier and Clint Howard. I always kinda get carried away and stuff too many people in there, and film too much. Then [in editing] I go, ‘Well…sad as it’ll be, Adrienne [wound up on the cutting room floor].’ You know, I get so excited, like now’s the chance to work with everybody all at once. Like Rutger Hauer. I actually wanted Rutger for [his GRINDHOUSE trailer] WEREWOLF WOMEN OF THE SS at one point, but it didn’t work out. Roy Scheider was someone I really wanted to get into HALLOWEEN; Charlie Martin Smith was another one who was almost in there, but there was a scheduling conflict.

“There’s also a lot of intricate stuff with Dr. Loomis and little Michael in the sanitarium” that will appear on the HALLOWEEN disc. “Because I wanted it to seem real, what I would do was I would tell Daeg Faerch, who played Michael, what to say, but I wouldn’t tell Malcolm [McDowell, as Loomis] what he was gonna say, so his responses would always seem genuine. There’s some good stuff in there.”

And in the outtakes section, Zombie says you’ll be able to see a practical joke he pulled on McDowell with the help of Michael Myers performer Tyler Mane. “I try not to make the set wacky,” he notes, “because people are trying to concentrate, and especially for heavy scenes, it seems disrespectful to the actors. The only prank I played was on Malcolm, and he got really pissed at me. It was on the last day of shooting, and it was the scene where he’s confronting Michael and saying, ‘It’s not her fault, it’s my fault…’ and going into his big read. I just felt like it was taking him too long to get through all this, and I told Tyler, ‘Halfway through the dialogue, just grab him.’ Like Michael can’t stand to hear Dr. Loomis talk anymore, you know? So he lunged at Malcolm, and Malcolm just screamed.” Zombie grins. “He was not happy.”

As of now, Dimension Home Entertainment hasn’t announced a street date for HALLOWEEN on DVD, nor whether the theatrical cut will be accompanied by the alternate version currently circulating through the bootleg circuit. We’ll keep you posted.

renee30152
09-07-2007, 10:47 AM
Commentarie by the stars, behind the scene footage, trailer and tv spots, a featurette of the making of the movie, a documentary. :D

Myers Insurance
09-07-2007, 10:56 AM
I like that the Fangoria article has been posted 3 times now and we're all still ignoring it. to posters: You gotta use big, bright, bold letters.

MichaelJrdnMyrs
09-07-2007, 11:12 AM
I like that the Fangoria article has been posted 3 times now and we're all still ignoring it. to posters: You gotta use big, bright, bold letters.


Heh. Yeah, I've noticed that most people don't read much of what's said here. If it's not on the current page, forget it, it's gone.

The Dark Shape
09-07-2007, 11:12 AM
Heh, then I guess your tv ain't no 12-inch.

I'd rather watch the 2.35:1 version on a 12" screen than buy the butchered version. If you can only afford a twelve inch TV, perhaps you should be investing in something other than DVDs.

MichaelJrdnMyrs
09-07-2007, 11:17 AM
I'd rather watch the 2.35:1 version on a 12" screen than buy the butchered version.

You've given me a good idea my Saw screenplay...

MyersFan927
09-07-2007, 11:19 AM
I'd like too see a french or Spanish audio track...

lol

Once, a barebones dvd was coming out and a sarcastic online reviewer said "But don't get disappointed...we have interactive menus!!" hahaha

JangoJason
09-07-2007, 12:11 PM
http://www.ropeofsilicon.com/homevideo.php?id=3241&vid_id=3967&type=dvd

DVD RELEASE DATE SET! December 18, 2007

Myers-89
09-07-2007, 12:36 PM
Personally, I'd like to see a topless interview with Danielle Harris. :nodsmile:

MyersFan75
09-07-2007, 05:01 PM
Personally, I'd like to see a topless interview with Danielle Harris. :nodsmile:


I have a link to one, but why share it with you guys?

It's for my eyes only. :bigeyes:

Anyway, I posted the Fangoria article a page back. Looks to be a good set come this December.

Todd
09-07-2007, 06:08 PM
I want it loaded to the point of bursting.
Deleted scenes.
Cast commentary.
A making of documentary.
The alternate version.
Everything.
I'd gladly pay $30 for it if that means I don't have to wait for them to put out the basic dvd, the platinum version, and the super duper extra special deluxe edition in order to get all of the things listed above.

MichaelJrdnMyrs
09-07-2007, 06:16 PM
Some footage of Rob on the toilet.

fateicon
09-08-2007, 02:08 AM
I'd love to have as many extras as possible. I'd also like something where everything from the various versions is intact and we could make our own custom Halloween. Actually, I'd like to see that as a standard for every movie. How cool would that be? Same with albums, make your own mixes. I don't know if the current technology supports it. It'd be cool just to pick and choose what scenes you wanted and maybe even arrange them how you like. I haven't bothered to look, but I suppose some people already do this with video editing software.

I definitely want as much info as I can get about the movie. Commentaries, notes, docs, all of it. I always find it disappointing when I still have quite a few unanswered questions after viewing a movie's special features.

Kinick
09-08-2007, 04:50 AM
Dreadcentral.com have also posted an article regarding this DVD talk and have reported it like this:

"Zombie chatted it up with Fangoria recently and revealed that pretty much everything that was missing from the theatrical cut but existed in the Halloween work print (review) will be back in the film."

Do you think Rob is working on a Director's Cut for DVD with the important scenes from the work print intact here? It would certainly make sense rather than just have them as deleted scenes.

Flash Over
09-08-2007, 05:12 AM
For what? Kicks? :bastard:

Or, is that what you'd rather watch the film in?

I just find things like that interesting. Im weird like that.

ragethorn
09-08-2007, 05:26 AM
I like that the Fangoria article has been posted 3 times now and we're all still ignoring it. to posters: You gotta use big, bright, bold letters.

Sorry, I just saw the article and decided to post it and didn't want to read 9 pages. lol

samhain51
09-08-2007, 05:41 AM
I would like to see som on set footage of the actors having fun and seeing The filming of it! I also wonder if they will have some delieted parts from the film in it!!! That would be great!!If they didnt cut anything out I think it would have been 3 hours long!!

Todd
09-08-2007, 06:02 AM
Dreadcentral.com have also posted an article regarding this DVD talk and have reported it like this:

"Zombie chatted it up with Fangoria recently and revealed that pretty much everything that was missing from the theatrical cut but existed in the Halloween work print (review) will be back in the film."

Do you think Rob is working on a Director's Cut for DVD with the important scenes from the work print intact here? It would certainly make sense rather than just have them as deleted scenes.
He might be, but I would rather he leave the rape version of Michaels escape from Smiths Grove as a deleted scene. If he wants to put out two versions of the movie, that's fine, but I much prefer the theatrical version when it comes to Michael getting out of the asylum. Maybe they can put out two versions of the movie.

Kinick
09-08-2007, 06:19 AM
He might be, but I would rather he leave the rape version of Michaels escape from Smiths Grove as a deleted scene. If he wants to put out two versions of the movie, that's fine, but I much prefer the theatrical version when it comes to Michael getting out of the asylum. Maybe they can put out two versions of the movie.

Yeah, that's what i'm thinking. I think it'll be a director's cut...mostly added scenes, (i.e. the theatrical escape/ending will remain) like Loomis at the adoption agency, Michael at the graveyard, aswell as the Smith's Groves work print scenes.

The Dark Shape
09-08-2007, 06:30 AM
There's a reason those scenes were deleted, guys.

ragethorn
09-08-2007, 07:11 AM
Exactly. lol

What do you think this is? Lord of the Rings? Spiderman 2? lol

All you're going to get is deleted scenes, not 2 or 3 versions of the movie. lol

You guys are funny.

MrShape666
09-08-2007, 10:43 PM
Multiple commentaries by Rob, Scout, Danielle, Tyler & co. Cut and alternate scenes from the work print. Behind the scenes featurette. A history of the franchise featurette. You know, the usual.

deathbystereo
09-09-2007, 03:21 AM
Disc One:
Theatrical Version
Theatrical Trailer
TV Spots
Audio Commentry from the Cast
Audio Commentry from the Director
Deleted Scenes

Disc Two:
Directors Cut
Audio Commentry from the Director
30 days of Hell Documentry
Interviews
Web Spots

ColadaSplash
09-09-2007, 04:46 AM
There's a reason those scenes were deleted, guys.

Yes, studio tampering! :bastard:

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I liked a lot of those scenes, and hope some make it back into the film. I'm guessing some were cut due to time, not because they were bad. Actually, a lot of Rob's best shots were exised from the film. Example being the nicely shot graveyard sundown scene.

I'm all for a Director's Cut: both cuts are a mess, and poorly edited -- with some of the worst pacing in a film this year. However, going back and re-editing this film might make it more cohesive. I think it's a good idea, and hope it comes to pass.

Re-editing saved Alien 3 to some extent, so it might work here too... And it should be the first DVD; the one that people universally rent and see. I also want it done now before Rob moves on to other projects because he doesn't really go back to past films.

I doubt they'd change the escape and ending back -- that very rarely happens, and are basically huge story changes. The rape being left out is pretty much unanimous anyhow (mostly). The ending, on the other hand...

Rob's been talking in interviews this past week about adding stuff back in, so it's very possible he is, in fact, working on a D.C.

ColadaSplash
09-09-2007, 05:10 AM
Exactly. lol

What do you think this is? Lord of the Rings? Spiderman 2? lol

All you're going to get is deleted scenes, not 2 or 3 versions of the movie. lol

You guys are funny.

What's so funny? It's not like it hasn't happened many times already. There's nothing really funny about the possibility, and nothing really out of the ordinary about it. You act like it's something new...

Dawn of the Dead '04, Dawn of the Dead '78, Halloween '78, Alien, Alien 2, Alien 3, The Abyss, Devil's Rejects, Army of Darkness, Donnie Darko, Manhunter, The Butterfly Effect, The Descent, etc. all have extended cuts or director's cuts released.

Hell, even the awful "Supergirl" has a director's cut. Ditto with "Highlander 2" and "Ghost Rider."

It doesn't take "Lord of the Rings" to get an extended cut nowadays in the DVD age. There are many films with director's cuts/unrated cuts out there released -- this began back in the laserdisc era (long before "Lord of the Rings" and "Spiderman" even existed). Looney Tunes cartoons had extended cuts on laserdisc.

Please think before you talk because you and talking are just not synonymous... no offense. I wouldn't have called you out on that, but it's not nice to mock others. Especially when you have no clue what you're talking about. ;)

renee30152
09-11-2007, 08:16 AM
Bloopers are always fun to watch.

MichaelJrdnMyrs
09-11-2007, 08:53 AM
Yes, studio tampering! :bastard:

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I'm all for a Director's Cut: both cuts are a mess, and poorly edited -- with some of the worst pacing in a film this year. However, going back and re-editing this film might make it more cohesive. I think it's a good idea, and hope it comes to pass.





You thought the workprint suffered from bad pacing as well? It seemed much better to me in that one.

Oh, and thanks for those H6 Youtube links.

The Dark Shape
09-11-2007, 10:02 AM
Dawn of the Dead '04, Dawn of the Dead '78, Halloween '78, Alien, Alien 2, Alien 3, The Abyss, Devil's Rejects, Army of Darkness, Donnie Darko, Manhunter, The Butterfly Effect, The Descent, etc. all have extended cuts or director's cuts released.

None of which are the Weinstein Company.

njdevs03champs
09-11-2007, 11:57 AM
I hope they have all the Halloween trailers.

myerslilBRO
09-14-2007, 08:27 AM
I would like to see their location shoots for the simple fact that one scene is kinda bugging me...i'm only about 80% right, but i believe the house Michael Myers was standing in front of, watching Laurie and her friends while they were in the library, was the EXACT same house Laurie lived in in the original...the double garage doors, the little door Jamie Lee walked out of on her way to school....it may be a coincidence, but i think that is the same house...i would like to see that on a special feature of the location shoots...and yes i know the remake was shot in the same neighborhood as the original...if anyone else saw that, let me know so i don't think i'm going nuts...

myerslilBRO
09-14-2007, 08:30 AM
oh i also forgot that i would also like to see a special two disc edition of the movie...the theatrical and the director's cut...bloopers/outtakes, behind the scene, extensive documentary, screen tests, a Danielle Harris special feature, and tons of other goodies, hehe

Reobeem
09-15-2007, 07:26 AM
both cuts of the movie
deleated/ alternate scences not included in either cut
behind the scences interviews, commentary, trailers, bloopers, on set, casting calls

njdevs03champs
09-15-2007, 10:47 PM
Hopefully the Danielle Harris interview from Halloweenmovies.com

R.I.P
09-18-2007, 02:53 AM
The only thing I care about as far as the special features go is the "thirty days in Hell" type documentary that Rob said we'll get. I watch the one on the Devil's Rejects DVD more than I actually watch The Devil's Rejects.

yeah me too
i'd like too see a lot of interviewing with the director and the cast especially with danniel haris.

Worthystevens
09-19-2007, 08:43 AM
The rumored date is Dec. 18th.

With a regular edition, unrated edition, and an NC-17 director's cut...

http://joblo.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=99007&perpage=40&highlight=&pagenumber=12

Kinick
09-19-2007, 08:50 AM
Three versions? I somehow doubt we'll get three alternate versions on dvd... one extended version/director's would seem like the best option for them to go for, considering the leak of the Workprint.

Halloween444
09-19-2007, 09:09 AM
Id like one with the scene from the workprint the one we didnt saw at the theater and that is it except for some interviews some goodies like that but I really want that workprint to be on the dvd tough...

Jeanette
09-21-2007, 06:18 AM
I would love to see it in a collectors tin!

Frazetta
09-29-2007, 08:34 PM
I would love to see it in a collectors tin!
That'd be cool...kinda like a BestBuy exclusive Tin!

I also doubt we'll get 3 different versions of the movie. What's the difference between an Unrated version & an NC-17 Directors Cut?

Pasabi
09-29-2007, 09:49 PM
my guess is the unrated verison would just be a extended verison of the T-Cut with more gore and possibly nudity if there is any. The NC-17 Directors Cut would probally be the WP Edition.

Khan
09-30-2007, 08:45 AM
That'd be cool...kinda like a BestBuy exclusive Tin!

I also doubt we'll get 3 different versions of the movie. What's the difference between an Unrated version & an NC-17 Directors Cut?

Well, the "unrated" version is usually just the NC-17 version except it wasn't submitted to the MPAA.

ptwillis727
09-30-2007, 11:07 AM
i would love if they did like a 30 days of hell documentary like the y did with devils rejects

Femanizer
09-30-2007, 11:53 AM
i would love if they did like a 30 days of hell documentary like the y did with devils rejects

Hi the front page of the site would like to meet you.

mmyers78
09-30-2007, 12:45 PM
I don't think that they will release 3 different versions of the film, that seems a little ridiculous to me.

Khan
09-30-2007, 01:19 PM
Yeah, save that for movies like Blade Runner (five cuts) and Dawn Of The Dead (three cuts).

Halloween 6 also has five different versions, but only one has been officially released.

WhiteZombie
09-30-2007, 07:53 PM
I'm pumped for the "30 Days in Hell" type documentary for Halloween.

Jeanette
10-01-2007, 06:46 AM
That'd be cool...kinda like a BestBuy exclusive Tin!




Makes my heart beat faster just thinking about it :nodsmile:

freethy
10-01-2007, 06:53 AM
I'll be happy if we get the workprint out on DVD along with the Theatrical version. I prefer the WP so it really needs to be included somehow.

Kinick
10-01-2007, 06:55 AM
The workprint will never be included on the DVD, but i do hope we get an extended cut of the theatrical with a few things from the WP version.

freethy
10-01-2007, 06:56 AM
The workprint will never be included on the DVD, but i do hope we get an extended cut of the theatrical with a few things from the WP version.

What if I burn it to DVD?

Kinick
10-01-2007, 07:00 AM
What if I burn it to DVD?

Haha. That's a different story. I suspect it is already on many dvd's, but won't be on the dvd.

freethy
10-01-2007, 07:08 AM
Haha. That's a different story. I suspect it is already on many dvd's, but won't be on the dvd.

I know what you mean. I would like to see a special edition or something though that has most of the alternate scenes featured on it like the escape scene, the ending, and shit like that. Not to mention all the great little shots that were not to be found in the theater. Not only that, but the score in the WP was much better also. Hopefully if there is a directors cut, that would be nice to see all that shit I just mentioned. haha

Man In Black
10-01-2007, 07:10 AM
I wonder if the deleted scenes (or those in the workprint) which contradict the theatrical version will be included, like Loomis talking to Dean Carpenter after his seminar and then getting the call of Michael's escape as he finds out differently in the theatrical version, or the rape scene.

Kinick
10-01-2007, 07:21 AM
I wonder if deleted scenes (or those in the workprint) which contradict the theatrical version will be included, like Loomis talking to Dean Carpenter after his seminar and then getting the call of Michael's escape as he finds out differently in the theatrical version. Probably will be included though, probably with optional commentary to explain it.


I've been wondering this too. (these are the scenes Zoimbie said took place during the day, but he felt they should've occurred during the night of Michael's escape instead, so they probably will be included)

But this is why the workprint version will more than likely not be on the DVD, as it contradicts Zombie's intentions with the theatrical. It shows things that should not be included at all. As deleted scenes, we should see the full scene of Michael at the graveyard etc...

punkrocklove
10-01-2007, 07:34 AM
i really hope the dvd comes out as a 2 disc

and not a 1 disc
then
a month later
a 2 disc
or with more features
i hate that

they do it with the saw movies EVERY TIME.

Worthystevens
10-01-2007, 10:15 AM
Small news regarding the DVD...

For those renting 1408 this week (or ever), there's a preview for Halloween on the Coming Soon to DVD section in the previews.

hall0weendream
10-12-2007, 06:19 PM
Today I stopped into my nearest Suncoast and on the coming soon wall they had Halloween set for December 11th. The artwork was of the theatrical poster but with the title on top rather than at the bottom. Also in big letters it said "UNRATED." I wish they'd just announce it already.

Danny Strode
10-12-2007, 08:22 PM
I hope for a 2 disc set too. Interesting that there's a preview on 1408 for it.

Khan
10-12-2007, 08:33 PM
Today I stopped into my nearest Suncoast and on the coming soon wall they had Halloween set for December 11th. The artwork was of the theatrical poster but with the title on top rather than at the bottom. Also in big letters it said "UNRATED." I wish they'd just announce it already.

This will be the first "unrated" Halloween.

Luvdemkillaz
10-15-2007, 07:36 PM
I would like them to release 2 versions

1) ($14.99) 1 DVD - Including Theatrical cut, behind the sceens talking with the cast about the making, bloopers, trailers, etc. (your basic special features)

2) ($19.99) 2 DVD - First disc same as the Theatrical Cut disc. Second disc would have the Workprint (they could call it the "Directors's Cut") but without the credits rolling right in the middle of the school sceen (like the theatrical cut), it seemed too late. I would also like it if they left out the rape sceen. Besides that the rest of the workprint could stay as it is (opening Monstermash song included:nodsmile:). They could also include interviews with RZ and the rest of the cast (main characters anyway) and also a more in depth look at the making and how the movie came about (location, casting, etc.). They could also give us a little info about the 30 year Halloween convention at the very end.

Another Idea for the version on the second disc would be to call it the "Director's Extended Cut" and they could add sceens from the workprint version that wouldn't conflict with the theatrical cut. I would actually like this better, it would be nice to have a longer halloween movie:banana:

Worthystevens
10-15-2007, 07:43 PM
Today I stopped into my nearest Suncoast and on the coming soon wall they had Halloween set for December 11th. The artwork was of the theatrical poster but with the title on top rather than at the bottom. Also in big letters it said "UNRATED." I wish they'd just announce it already.

Should be anytime soon. It's in our computer database (I work in a video store). But it's set for the 18th, though.

Danny Strode
10-16-2007, 11:48 AM
Yeah, I've been hearing the 18th too. But I think the 11th sounds better, because isn't Harry Potter coming out on the 18th?

LordOfTheDead83
10-16-2007, 12:09 PM
I just want an edition that has both versions of the film or a re-edited version. Like a special "Director's Cut" like Luvdemkillaz said. That would be fine. I don't really care when it's released so long as it is somewhere near December 18th.

renee30152
10-16-2007, 02:28 PM
I hope it is released on December 18th so then I can buy both Halloween and Pirates Of The Carribbean on the same day. :D

ThornMember83
10-16-2007, 03:18 PM
I would like them to have 30 days of hell type of thing that they had on the Devils Rejects dvd.

Todd
10-16-2007, 03:24 PM
I want one version, fully loaded.
Deleted scenes.
Cast commentary.
A "making of" documentary.
I'll gladly pay $25 for the dvd if it means I won't have to spend more the super duper platinum edition a few months later.

Kinick
10-21-2007, 03:50 AM
Not sure if this has been posted yet. Looks official...

http://i131.photobucket.com/albums/p299/Kinickity-Mick/unrated.jpg

halo thirty one
10-21-2007, 07:36 AM
If they are going to use that picture of Michael they should just ditch the montage artwork in the background. Overall they could have come up with a better cover. I like some of the official posters that they used for it's release in Europe better.

Muse
10-21-2007, 07:48 AM
Not sure if this has been posted yet. Looks official...


I'm not really keen on that myself. Looks... hm, tacky? I dunno. Not a fan though.

EvilOnTwoLegs
10-21-2007, 08:23 AM
I don't care what it looks like...I'm just gonna take it out of the case, put it in my album, and tuck the cover art away with the rest of my DVD artwork. So I'll never have to look at it.

All I want is the DVD...everything else is just in the way.

Bad Boy
10-21-2007, 11:26 AM
I'm probably one of the few who actually likes it...

Kinick
10-21-2007, 11:42 AM
It's an improvement on the poster anyway, least Mike doesn't resemble Zombie here!

Unrated - can mean anything really. First thoughts which come to mind is extra violence and MPAA cuts - not what I'd be hoping for.

I thought Zombie said he wasn't gonna do an unrated edition with Halloween, but more of an extended cut to include things that were cut for time...

Ravenheart
10-21-2007, 11:49 AM
Not sure if this has been posted yet. Looks official...

http://i131.photobucket.com/albums/p299/Kinickity-Mick/unrated.jpg

Doesn't look too bad but it could have been better.

MischievousSpirit
10-21-2007, 01:44 PM
Not sure if this has been posted yet. Looks official...

http://i131.photobucket.com/albums/p299/Kinickity-Mick/unrated.jpg

Where did you find that? The art looks crappy if you ask me.

HEcamehome
10-21-2007, 01:47 PM
Shitty poster (But its the movie that really counts obviously). The theatrical poster kicked ass and I hope that that's the one that ends up being used. I also dont like "Unrated" taking up have the poster either. I seriously hope that the case is metal like Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Robocop.

Man In Black
10-21-2007, 01:59 PM
Bigger version...
http://www.ohmb.net/imagehosting/234471bcacbe2539.jpg

Slapshot
10-21-2007, 02:21 PM
Is isn't terrible artwork...but it isn't great. Get rid of the Widescreen banner for starters and use a better shot of Michael and it'll be an improvement.

Unrated though? What the fuck was cut out?

Silverpsycho
10-21-2007, 03:13 PM
I guess I'm the odd duck here because I flippin' love the cover artwork! :yeah: I find it far better than the poster art for the film.

Slapshot
10-21-2007, 03:15 PM
It's an improvement on the poster anyway, least Mike doesn't resemble Zombie here!

Unrated - can mean anything really. First thoughts which come to mind is extra violence and MPAA cuts - not what I'd be hoping for.

I thought Zombie said he wasn't gonna do an unrated edition with Halloween, but more of an extended cut to include things that were cut for time...


But labeling it Unrated will sell much better than if it is labeled "Extended Edition". Like you said, Unrated=more violence to the general consumer and they are much more apt to pick up an unrated DVD than a rated one.

Eric616
10-21-2007, 03:28 PM
But labeling it Unrated will sell much better than if it is labeled "Extended Edition". Like you said, Unrated=more violence to the general consumer and they are much more apt to pick up an unrated DVD than a rated one. Unrated DVD's are a big fuck you to the MPAA, which is awesome:roflmao:.

Reobeem
10-21-2007, 05:05 PM
By the looks of it they can't keep it simple.

Roswell
10-21-2007, 05:27 PM
The cover is fine. What I really want to know about are the extras on the DVD.

LordBoogeyman
10-21-2007, 06:36 PM
If you release any cut of a film that isn't the cut submitted to and rated by the MPAA, then it's technically unrated. An extended scene of Loomis farting in the car would allow them to market the DVD as unrated. It's a cheap gimmick for studios to make a quick buck on nimble minded assholes, hardly a fuck you to anyone and more corporate ass kissing than you'd care to admit. The unrated trend started because large chains like Blockbuster and Wal-Mart and the like refuse to carry films rated above R but will carry an unrated film (generally). This is just Zombie's mentioned extended cut, but the Weinstein's want all the 15 year old thugs to get their jollies going to pick it up so it's BADASS MOTHERFUCKING UNRATED EDITION. Oh, and it's widescreen, because in 2007 that's a hot, advertisible feature on DVD.

All that said, it's not so bad a cover. I hated the theatrical poster. You know, the one they actually went with, not the infinitely superior white one with Myers that Zombie posted on his MySpace. So this is a step above the theatrical poster (which I originally thought was either fan made or a joke). I loved the movie, I just think its marketing has sucked from top to bottom. At least they're more clearly advertising Zombie's involvement on the DVD cover.

Khan
10-21-2007, 06:52 PM
An extended scene of Loomis farting in the car would allow them to market the DVD as unrated.

That or 30 seconds of "character development."

DarthMyers
10-21-2007, 06:53 PM
This will be the first "unrated" Halloween.


Nope. The Extended Edition of Halloween with the additional TV scenes added into was Unrated.

Khan
10-21-2007, 06:58 PM
True, but it wasn't marketed as such.

Frazetta
10-21-2007, 07:31 PM
The cover is fine. What I really want to know about are the extras on the DVD.I agree with ya Warner. The cover art is good enough but what really counts is what is actually on the damn dvd.

Jeanette
10-22-2007, 06:02 AM
I guess I'm the odd duck here because I flippin' love the cover artwork! :yeah: I find it far better than the poster art for the film.


Odd duck #2 here I thought it looks great :nodsmile:

Kinick
10-22-2007, 06:48 AM
But labeling it Unrated will sell much better than if it is labeled "Extended Edition". Like you said, Unrated=more violence to the general consumer and they are much more apt to pick up an unrated DVD than a rated one.


True, come to think of it I'm not really fussed what extra stuff is included, be it violence or character development. I mean I'm still gonna buy the DVD for the extras alone, but in order for me to really like it there would have to be so much from the WP included... not to mention the complete score. If it was me I would try to re-instate the build-up moments back in since there is no demand for jump scares from the studio... make it Halloween again.

Seth Gecko
10-22-2007, 10:39 AM
I'd like a two disc series

disc has the theatrical cut, with special features such as :
commentary by Scout, Kristina, and Danielle
commentary by Rob, Malcolm, Tyler, and Daeg
commentary by Scout, Kristina, Danielle, Rob, Tyler, Daeg, and Malcolm.
The two trailers
tv spots
a documentary
some behind the scenes stuff
some bloopers/outtakes/w.e
comic con panel
the Q&A after the cc panel
a quiz about the movies (and each answer, you get a cast members response, like 'EEH! You suck!' Like the trivia off of the three disc Wrestlemania XX trivia)
all the interviews with the cast members that have shown up online
and more (maybe).

Disc two has the Workprint edition. Special features are commentary by Rob, explaining his workprint, and other stuff.

LordBoogeyman
10-22-2007, 11:35 AM
I'd really rather not have a commentary from Daeg.

MichaelJrdnMyrs
10-22-2007, 02:07 PM
I'd really rather not have a commentary from Daeg.

HOW DARE YOU...

wendy lea
10-22-2007, 05:51 PM
I am glad to see that it unrated and all that. And love to see a
commentary from Rob and the cast and deleted stuff from the movie
but the thing I like to see that they did on the new planet terror dvd
that they had a audience reaction track on the dvd that will be cool
but no matter what they do for the dvd I will buy it.

Seth Gecko
10-22-2007, 08:17 PM
I'd really rather not have a commentary from Daeg.

I'd just want his commentary to have him talk about his character, and other stuff.

krustytheklown
10-23-2007, 09:47 AM
If you release any cut of a film that isn't the cut submitted to and rated by the MPAA, then it's technically unrated. An extended scene of Loomis farting in the car would allow them to market the DVD as unrated. It's a cheap gimmick for studios to make a quick buck on nimble minded assholes, hardly a fuck you to anyone and more corporate ass kissing than you'd care to admit. The unrated trend started because large chains like Blockbuster and Wal-Mart and the like refuse to carry films rated above R but will carry an unrated film (generally). This is just Zombie's mentioned extended cut, but the Weinstein's want all the 15 year old thugs to get their jollies going to pick it up so it's BADASS MOTHERFUCKING UNRATED EDITION. Oh, and it's widescreen, because in 2007 that's a hot, advertisible feature on DVD.

All that said, it's not so bad a cover. I hated the theatrical poster. You know, the one they actually went with, not the infinitely superior white one with Myers that Zombie posted on his MySpace. So this is a step above the theatrical poster (which I originally thought was either fan made or a joke). I loved the movie, I just think its marketing has sucked from top to bottom. At least they're more clearly advertising Zombie's involvement on the DVD cover.

i agree. ive been burned a few times by the whole "unrated" like with AVP and a few others, so really i could care less NORMALLY. however, if this cut is truly an extended cut with stuff that was cut for running time, that would be great. look at terminator 2, aliens and more recently troy to see how extended running times can really improve or even transform a movie. i enjoyed RZ halloween, but truly the second half needed more time. the strodes were great characters, and the girls were mostly likeable, lets see more.and please dump the T-cut cemetary scene and replace it with the workprint shot of michael standing over the body and removing the headstone. ive never heard from anyone who liked the theater version of that scene better. just no more scenes from ronnie.as a matter of fact, if anything in the movie should have been reshot, its the entire opening of the white trash clan. i almost wanted to walk out of the theater after the first five minutes.im glad i didnt. i actually watched about half of H2 the other night, pulled out the dvd and put in the RZ workprint. the movie has really grown on me.i think if we could have less of ronnie, a little more expo on why laurie was unconcious when michael carried her out of the house and how michael knew who she was then RZ halloween would be hands down the best since the first. my opinion. also i would like about 6 hours of extras on the dvd including commentary and deleted scenes. hopefully RZ had time to put it together before he went on tour with ozzy.

Kinick
10-23-2007, 11:09 AM
http://fangoria.com/news_article.php?id=5281

2-disc set with Theatrical and Director's Cut with 11 minutes extra footage.

• Audio commentary by writer/director Zombie
• 17 deleted scenes with optional Zombie commentary
• Alternate ending
• Re-Imagining HALLOWEEN documentary
• A Conversation With Rob Zombie featurette
• Meet the Cast featurette
• The Many Masks of Michael Myers featurette
• Bloopers
• Casting session footage
• Laurie Strode screen test

Man In Black
10-23-2007, 11:21 AM
^^ now that sounds like a package I can get behind...

Kinick
10-23-2007, 11:30 AM
Damn right... looks like Zombie may have pulled it out of the bag for us, although I'll admit I had my doubts, but then again why wouldn't he?

Hopefully he's done his homework since release and a 2 hour Director's Cut could be just what is needed. Hopefully the Re-Imagining documentary is the Big One and we're on our way...

So they'll be two releases, any ideas if both will feature the same extras?

Silverpsycho
10-23-2007, 12:04 PM
Are people considering picking up both copies or just the Unrated version? I haven't decided yet, but being a collector of the HalloweeN series...I may cave and buy both. :p

In terms of the dvd, I am very happy with the features but I would have liked to have seen a disc dedicated to the workprint version. I want to watch a quality version of the film with the better ending in a complete form. I'm not a fan of watching something like that as a separate bonus feature.

Also, I wonder if the cover art will be totally different from what we have already seen. Like I said before, I like the artwork that was previously posted.

HEcamehome
10-23-2007, 12:43 PM
So is the DVD package going to be released with both versions (Rated R theatrical and Director's Cut) or are they being released seperately? I couldn't really understand what Fangoria means by that, sorry.

And what the hell does letter boxed mean?

Kinick
10-23-2007, 12:48 PM
As far as I'm aware it looks like there will be two separate releases for each version.. both two-disc sets.

Roswell
10-23-2007, 12:49 PM
And what the hell does letter boxed mean?

It's basically a fancy way of saying widescreen.

HEcamehome
10-23-2007, 12:55 PM
Ah I see. I guess I'll have to buy both versions. Both versions should be on the same disc, but I guess the Weinsteins make more money this way!

Pasabi
10-23-2007, 12:58 PM
I think this a great first release for RZ's DVD. I don't double dip on movies so I will just be picking up the unrated edition.

mmyers78
10-23-2007, 01:06 PM
I'm probaly only gonna buy the Director's Cut dvd, all though I'm not sure yet I may cave in and buy both. It all depends on how much cash is in my pocket.

Kinick
10-23-2007, 01:19 PM
Fangoria have now posted the final cover art, which is basically the same as is posted, except with 'Director's Cut'.


http://i131.photobucket.com/albums/p299/Kinickity-Mick/unrated-1.jpg

Severed
10-23-2007, 01:20 PM
I am sure I will pick up both verisons, just for collection purposes. The unrated will be the one I watch, I'm sure.

HEcamehome
10-23-2007, 02:37 PM
I'm sure nobody knows exactly what's added onto the Director's Cut, eh?

The Dark Shape
10-23-2007, 03:04 PM
11 extra minutes of footage, bringing the total runtime up to two hours.

From DVDAnswers:


The Weinstein Company and Genius Entertainment have announced Halloween which stars Malcolm McDowell and Brad Dourif. This new Rob Zombie directed film will be available to own from the 18th December in seperate 2-disc rated, and 2-disc unrated editions. The director's cut will contain around 11 minutes of additional footage. Each DVD will include an audio commentary by writer/director Rob Zombie, an alternate ending, 17 deleted scenes with optional director commentary, a Re-Imagining Halloween documentary, a Conversation With Rob Zombie featurette, a Meet the Cast featurette, screen tests, bloopers, and more.


This'll be the first Halloween film I don't buy on DVD. That just feels... weird.

Ravenheart
10-23-2007, 03:05 PM
Dec.18th can't get here soon enough :D

Khan
10-23-2007, 03:10 PM
This'll be the first Halloween film I don't buy on DVD. That just feels... weird.

I don't own Resurrection and I don't feel the need to buy the remake.

Danny Strode
10-23-2007, 05:25 PM
My tongue's hanging out, just waiting for December 18th.

Man In Black
10-24-2007, 12:07 AM
Bigger version of cover:
http://www.ohmb.net/imagehosting/234471efd1d573bb.jpg

hOTKILLERsuNday
10-24-2007, 12:58 AM
I wonder what the theatrical cover will look like?

Kinick
10-24-2007, 03:02 AM
So, soon enough, we're going to have three versions of the the film we so eagerly anticipated on year ago.

I'm hoping this Director's Cut holds the goods, and improves on things I felt worked better in the WP.

Aside from the extra violence/cut stuff, I'm sure we'll get a lot of things that Rob feels it needs to make it more flow smoother. I'm guessing we'll get an extra snippet or two of Michael in Smith's Grove, as well as some stuff in the third act. I don't think anything needs extended in the first act... any thoughts?

Shape
10-24-2007, 04:52 AM
Wait, the alternate ending is listed seperately from the deleted scenes...
Does this mean the director's cut will end with the wp ending intact?

krustytheklown
10-24-2007, 06:55 AM
Wait, the alternate ending is listed seperately from the deleted scenes...
Does this mean the director's cut will end with the wp ending intact?

i doubt any cut would feature the WP ending actually in the movie, just for sequel continuity sake. i personally like the t-cut ending more, but the workprint has some great stuff that i wish had made it in the theaters. i cant wait for the dvd. i just hope the additional footage isnt devoted to ronnie and his clever use of the english language. more of the second act would be nice, although i have a feeling most of it will be smiths grove material. cant wait for dec.18

mattc_85
10-24-2007, 06:57 AM
I really don't like that cover.

krustytheklown
10-24-2007, 07:00 AM
So, soon enough, we're going to have three versions of the the film we so eagerly anticipated on year ago.

I'm hoping this Director's Cut holds the goods, and improves on things I felt worked better in the WP.

Aside from the extra violence/cut stuff, I'm sure we'll get a lot of things that Rob feels it needs to make it more flow smoother. I'm guessing we'll get an extra snippet or two of Michael in Smith's Grove, as well as some stuff in the third act. I don't think anything needs extended in the first act... any thoughts?

id love to see more third act, with the strodes and the three girls.some more smiths grove stuff would be nice as long as it doesnt take up the entire 11 minutes. absolutely nothing else from the pre nazareth song first act.no more of the bullies, michaels school, or for gods sake ronnie. cant wait for the dvd

Khan
10-24-2007, 07:50 AM
They took the quote on the front cover out of context.:roflmao:

Not a new thing, but still interesting.

Worthystevens
10-24-2007, 08:24 AM
Hopefully, the 11 minutes include Michael stalking Laurie and the Strodes, as well as the alternate scene of Loomis meeting Brackett...

krustytheklown
10-24-2007, 11:37 AM
Hopefully, the 11 minutes include Michael stalking Laurie and the Strodes, as well as the alternate scene of Loomis meeting Brackett...

agreed. i thought the strodes were excellent characters. dee wallace is still a great looking gal, and their acting was believable and right on the spot. more symphathetic characters you would not find in a halloween movie, and thats with only a few moments of screen time. more stalking time to up the suspense would be welcome as well. i just took dec.18 off from work. blade runner directors cut also comes out that day. cant wait to see them both

Danny Strode
10-25-2007, 11:41 AM
Hopefully, the 11 minutes include Michael stalking Laurie and the Strodes, as well as the alternate scene of Loomis meeting Brackett...

:nodsmile:

Kinick
10-25-2007, 11:49 AM
I do prefer the alternate scene of Loomis meeting Brackett, but I doubt this will be included in this version for the simple fact that it is an alternate scene and was changed for a reason.

HEcamehome
10-25-2007, 11:57 AM
Has Zombie released the running time of "Reimagining Halloween"? I hope its as long as "30 Days In Hell" or longer!

Turtle
10-26-2007, 01:05 PM
I am sure I will pick up both verisons, just for collection purposes. The unrated will be the one I watch, I'm sure.

I was thinking that myself... however since the theatrical cut seems to only being released in... fullscreen... *blergh* I shall pass on it.

HEcamehome
10-27-2007, 12:46 AM
Both releases feature widescreen and fullscreen.

Kinick
10-28-2007, 07:36 AM
Danielle Harris talks about the extra fooatge for DVD: http://www.horroryearbook.com/542304/rob-zombie%E2%80%99s-halloween-unrated-dvd-exclusive-danielle-harris-talks-extra-footage-spoilers

She says the original ending will be included in the Unrated version, as well as a scene of her being carried out alive at the end... although she could be just referring to deleted scenes, so it's not certain that these scenes will be in there.

Turtle
10-28-2007, 12:42 PM
Both releases feature widescreen and fullscreen.

So, in terms of releases is it a case of...

Halloween Fullscreen/Widescreen Edition (with a choice on the disc)
Halloween Unrated Directors Cut

Or

Halloween - Fullscreen Edition
Halloween Widescreen Edition
Halloween Unrated Directors Cut

Man In Black
10-31-2007, 05:48 AM
Other DVD cover:

http://a152.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/98/l_c9238b8f7afa8b548ebad19f13b1353f.jpg

MyersFan927
10-31-2007, 11:59 AM
I don't like that cover. It reminds me of something that an R2 country would do, with the big-ass number rating in the corner :p. The other one practically rocks.

punkrocklove
11-01-2007, 01:51 PM
Other DVD cover:

http://a152.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/98/l_c9238b8f7afa8b548ebad19f13b1353f.jpg

I don't like that. There's too much going on on it.

It's ugly as anything.

They've done really badly with the DVD covers for this movie, whatever happened to simplicity?!

And what Turtle said:

What WILL they be released as? Because full-screen doesnt make me smile either.

Worthystevens
11-01-2007, 07:14 PM
I like that cover a hell of a lot better than the other.

As for hi-def, I was at FYE today and they were taking orders for the regular edition AND a Blu-Ray edition.

Gringo Loco
11-01-2007, 07:32 PM
I like that cover a hell of a lot better than the other.

As for hi-def, I was at FYE today and they were taking orders for the regular edition AND a Blu-Ray edition.

Ok, this is the third person I've read that said Halloween will be on Blu-ray. And no, I'm not confusing it with JC's Halloween. I'm so stoked, I think I will NOT pre-order the DVD and will wait patiently like a killer waiting on their victim.

MrShape666
11-03-2007, 03:37 PM
Maybe we should sneak into Rob Zombie's house and whisper into his ear while he's sleeping: "Rob . . . make sure there's a blue ray . . . make sure there's a blue ray . . ."

And if Sheri wakes up and sees us, we run like hell.

Gringo Loco
11-03-2007, 03:38 PM
And if Sheri wakes up and sees us, we run like hell.

Hell yes, we run. I can only take so much of "Tootie Fuckin Frootie."

Slapshot
11-05-2007, 06:21 PM
New info on DVD from Zombie himself:

We are still putting this all together, but just so you know the unrated version is a cut no one has seen.

Both rated and unrated will be 2 disc sets due to the amount of extras included.

More info to follow.

Gringo Loco
11-05-2007, 06:27 PM
New info on DVD from Zombie himself:

We are still putting this all together, but just so you know the unrated version is a cut no one has seen.

Both rated and unrated will be 2 disc sets due to the amount of extras included.

More info to follow.


Hmm. I wonder what exactly does that mean... On one hand, it could be spin on Zombie's part to promote the new dvd and it could have some short scenes added to make it a cut "that no one has seen". On the other hand it could be a completely different cut. I wonder which it is seeing as there is a workprint with some scenes not in the theatrical cut already.

Slapshot
11-05-2007, 07:31 PM
Hmm. I wonder what exactly does that mean... On one hand, it could be spin on Zombie's part to promote the new dvd and it could have some short scenes added to make it a cut "that no one has seen". On the other hand it could be a completely different cut. I wonder which it is seeing as there is a workprint with some scenes not in the theatrical cut already.


My guess is that it is a more finessed Workprint cut. Like, stuff taken out that people despised (or he didn't like there in the first place), mixed in with stuff from the T-Cut. That's my guess anyways.

Gringo Loco
11-05-2007, 07:35 PM
My guess is that it is a more finessed Workprint cut. Like, stuff taken out that people despised (or he didn't like there in the first place), mixed in with stuff from the T-Cut. That's my guess anyways.

Is the unrated version a director's cut? If so, it's probably everything Rob shot and wanted in his version.

Slapshot
11-05-2007, 07:41 PM
Is the unrated version a director's cut? If so, it's probably everything Rob shot and wanted in his version.


Yeah, it is. They're just labeling is unrated because that sells much better than DVD's labeled Director's Cut.

Frazetta
11-05-2007, 08:41 PM
My guess is that it is a more finessed Workprint cut. Like, stuff taken out that people despised (or he didn't like there in the first place), mixed in with stuff from the T-Cut. That's my guess anyways. That seems to be the only logical choice. I'm pretty excited to see this Unrated Cut as I thought there were more than afew things from both versions that should be mixed together.

njdevs03champs
11-05-2007, 10:10 PM
Is there suppose to be more footage in this?

Towelman
11-06-2007, 04:45 AM
Is there suppose to be more footage in this?

It's 11 minutes longer than the theatrical release.