Get your Halloween candy in style with these officially licensed retro plastic buckets for trick or treaters of all ages from Super7. Choose from Frankenstein, Mummy, Wolfman, Creature from the Black Lagoon, and Alien. $20 each.
The infamous killer Michael Myers strikes again in Halloween, arriving on Digital and via the digital movie app Movies Anywhere on December 28, 2018, as well as on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand on January 15, 2019. Hailed by critics as “a near perfect blend of craft, character growth and nostalgia” (Perri Nemiroff, Collider), Halloween takes place four decades after Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis, Halloween Franchise, “Scream Queens”) narrowly escaped the masked Michael Myers’ brutal killing spree. Packed with bonus features including chilling deleted and extended scenes as well as special featurettes showing behind the scenes looks at creating the film, Halloween delivers spine-chilling, hair-raising intensity and thrills to both new and repeat viewers.
Forty years after the events of 1978’s Halloween, Laurie Strode (Curtis) now lives in a heavily guarded home on the edge of Haddonfield, where she’s spent decades preparing for Michael’s potential return. After being locked up in an institution, Myers manages to escape when a bus transfer goes terribly wrong, leading to chaos in the same town he preyed on decades earlier. Laurie now faces a terrifying showdown when the deranged killer returns for her and her family – but this time, she’s ready for him.
Master of horror John Carpenter (Halloween (1978), The Thing) joins forces with director David Gordon Green (Joe, Pineapple Express) and producers Jason Blum (Blumhouse), Malek Akkad (Trancas International Films) and Bill Block (Miramax) for this follow up to Carpenter’s 1978 classic horror film. Halloween also includes a stellar cast including Judy Greer (Ant-Man and The Wasp, Jurassic World), Andi Matichak (“Underground”), Will Patton (Armageddon, The Punisher), and Virginia Gardner (Project Almanac, “Runaways”). Proving “classics never die” (Mara Reinstein, US Weekly), Halloween offers a tricky treat for audiences both old and new. Halloween is the perfect slasher film, lauded as “hands down the best Halloween sequel ever” (Katie Walsh, Nerdist) and “immensely entertaining” (Eric Eisenberg, Cinemablend).
Tomorrow Mondo will celebrate the past and present of one of the best horror films around: John Carpenter’s Halloween!
In 1978, John Carpenter gave the world one of its best and most terrifying slasher icons in The Shape and an incredibly strong and savvy survivor in Laurie Strode. Forty years later, we’re still rewatching and singing the praises of this terrifying film while gearing up to see Michael and Laurie on the big screen yet again in a new Halloween film opening this Friday.
In celebration of this excellent film, which is a direct sequel to the 1978 classic, we are thrilled to present an incredible collection of new Halloween merch including breathtakingly stunning posters by Phantom City Creative, the legendary Bill Sienkiewicz, and Jason Edmiston plus an awesome new t-shirt design of Bob the Ghost by Paige Reynolds! In addition to these posters and t-shirt, we’ll also have a slew of new Halloween pins up featuring designs by Matt Taylor, Matt Ryan Tobin, and 100% Soft.
Halloween 2018 by Phantom City Creative
Edition of 325
Halloween 2018 (Variant) by Phantom City Creative
Edition of 175
Halloween 2018 by Bill Sienkiewicz
Edition of 225
Halloween 2018 (Art Print) by Bill Sienkiewicz
Edition of 125
Halloween (Variant) by Jason Edmiston
Edition of 325
Designed by Paige Reynolds
Unisex XS – 3XL
Next Level 3600 100% Black Cotton $25
Halloween Enamel Pins
Designed by Matt Taylor, 100% Soft, Matt Ryan Tobin
Bob the Ghost, The Boogeyman, Laurie, Michael + Pumpkin Enamel Pin Set, Michael Myers
$10 Each/ $16 Pin Set
Birth.Movies.Death. Halloween Issue
Birth.Movies.Death. is celebrating the release of David Gordon Green’s HALLOWEEN with a stunning new collectible magazine filled with editorials, interviews and deep dives into the history of one of the greatest horror films ever made. Cover art by Phantom City Creative.
Burger King loves to experiment with weird burger buns—usually featuring an unnatural color. Today, the chain has unveiled a new burger, the Nightmare King, featuring a green bun just in time for Halloween, but this time there’s a new twist on the unusual bun gag: The company is looking to make good on its nightmare claim using science to figure out if eating this burger will actually make you more likely to have a nightmare.
The chain, along with creative shop David Miami, conducted a sleep study in partnership with the Paramount Trials as well as the Florida Sleep and Neuro Diagnostic Services to find out just how scary its new burger is (because we fear burgers this time of year?). Using 100 participants for 10 nights Burger King asked participants to eat its burger and then tracked their heart rate, brain activity and breath.
“According to previous studies, 4 percent of the population experiences nightmares in any given night,” said Dr. Jose Gabriel Medina, the somnologist and lead doctor behind the study, in a statement. “But, after eating the Nightmare King, the data obtained from the study indicated that the incidence of nightmares increased by 3.5 times.”
Apparently the burger, which has beef, chicken, American cheese, bacon, mayonnaise and onions on the aforementioned green bun, has a protein and cheese combination that can cause “an interruption of the subjects’ REM (Rapid Eye Movement) cycles, during which we experience the majority of our dreams,” noted Medina.
Why anyone would choose to eat a burger that allegedly causes nightmares? Well, we still don’t have that answer. The burger will be available at Burger King locations from Oct. 22 to Oct. 25.
Are you feeling spooky? Are you carving your pumpkins and getting your skeleton costumes together? Are you petting your black cat and getting your bowls of blood out for all of your halloween parties?
Well, Scott C. has some real chilling news for you that will probably give you nightmares… new timed edition Great Showdown Halloween prints. The prints will drop at 12 noon EST, Wednesday October 17th. Click HERE to order.
These frightening prints will only be available for 24 hours! The edition size will be determined by the number of each print sold within the twenty-four hour period. Estimated ship dates will be four to six weeks after the close of the sale.
Here are the five new Great Showdown prints that will be ready to chill you to your bones! Prepare yourselves…
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To celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the legendary horror film Halloween, Jason Edmiston has created a new pair of officially licensed portraits for his Eyes Without A Face series.
This is a set of two, timed edition, signed and numbered, 9″ x 5″ giclee prints, with archival inks on acid-free paper. The colors are vibrant and perfectly matched to the original acrylic paintings. The paper is heavy and has the texture of fine quality watercolor paper. Printed by Dave Correia.
Final edition size for the pair will be determined by the number of units sold from 12:00 AM on Friday October 12th, to 12:00 PM on Sunday October 14th, 2018. All print sets will have matching numbers.
Available at: jasonedmiston.bigcartel.com.
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the landmark horror movie, Jason Edmiston is excited to reveal his new officially licensed poster for Halloween!
Halloween by Jason Edmiston
24″x36″ Screen Print
Edition of 325
This is a spiritual successor to his screen print that was created for Mondo back in 2015. In the previous poster, Michael Myers was seen from the perspective of a vulnerable, terrified Laurie Strode about to be attacked. This new poster turns the tables and the point of view, after Laurie stabs The Shape in the eye with a coat hanger, grabs his dropped knife, and prepares to defend herself.
This screen print will debut this weekend, at Halloween: 40 Years of Terror, in Pasadena, CA, October 12-14, 2018. Copies will be available at the Pasadena Convention Center, on Saturday the 13th, and Sunday the 14th, only at Jason’s booth.
For show hours and details, go to: http://www.halloween40.com
Trancas International Films and HorrorHound Ltd. will team for H40: 40 Years of Terror, a special event celebrating the 40th anniversary of 1978 seminal horror classic film Halloween.
Celebrated every five years since the 25th anniversary in 2003, the Halloween-based convention returns to Pasadena, California, with H40: 40 Years of Terror to mark the 40th anniversary of the franchise just ahead of the theatrical release of 40-years-later sequel Halloween.
The special anniversary convention event, hosted October 12—14 at the Pasadena Convention Center promises to deliver the biggest Halloween convention to date.
Stars, directors, and crew from all 11 Halloween films — including the yet-to-be-released Blumhouse-produced Halloween sequel — are set to attend H40 as the convention expands into a larger convention space than ever before.
Events include a special Horror’s Hallowed Grounds filming location tour, panels and Q&A sessions with cast across the 40-year-old franchise, special gallery offerings, exclusive H40 and Halloween merchandise offerings, and for the first time in the convention’s history, fans will be able to engage in professional photo opportunities.
Attending guests, event and programming schedules, and ticket information can be found via the official H40 website.
Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions have released a New York Comic Con exclusive poster for Halloween designed by comic book artist Todd McFarlane.
Jamie Lee Curtis returns to her iconic role as Laurie Strode, who comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago. Curtis is joined in the film by Judy Greer who plays Karen Strode, the daughter of Curtis’ character, and Andi Matichak (Orange Is the New Black, Underground) who plays Allyson, the granddaughter of Laurie Strode.
The upcoming sequel film will be ignoring the continuity of all of the sequels in favor of telling its own story. Curtis previously appeared in four films in the series, including the 1978 original, its 1981 sequel, 1998’s Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, and Resurrection.
Master of horror John Carpenter will executive produce and serve as creative consultant on this film, joining forces with cinema’s current leading producer of horror, Jason Blum (Get Out, Split, The Purge, Paranormal Activity). Inspired by Carpenter’s classic, filmmakers David Gordon Green and Danny McBride crafted a story that carves a new path from the events in the landmark 1978 film. Green also directs.
The film will hit the theaters on October 19.
Over the past eight months Entertainment Weekly has stalked Jamie Lee Curtis and the rest of the Halloween crew — though hopefully in a much less threatening manner than Michael Myers tracks Laurie Strode.
The result is a story which includes interviews with Curtis and Nick Castle, who once again makes an appearance as Myers in the new film, 40 years after playing the slasher icon in the original movie. For more on Halloween, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly on stands Friday and read more HERE.