The Halloween film series is getting two big collector’s edition releases in the coming weeks, including a 4K re-release of 1997’s Halloween: H20 and a box set of the latest three films. Both releases include extras like limited-edition cases, special features, and digital download copies, and are available for preorder at select online retailers.

Preorder Halloween H2O: 20 Years Later 4K steelbook edition

$26.32 (normally $31)

Halloween H2O: 20 Years Later 4K steelbook edition
Halloween H2O: 20 Years Later 4K steelbook edition

Starting with the Halloween: H20 release, this new edition includes 4K Blu-ray and digital download copies of the film, a special steelbook case featuring new art on the front cover and stylized stills from the movie on the interior, plus a clear slipcase with the movie’s title and logo.

Halloween: H20 is the seventh film in the original Halloween series continuity, taking place 20 years after the original. Jamie Lee Curtis once again returns as Laurie Strode, the protagonist of the first two Halloween films, and one of the few to survive Michael Myers’ many killing sprees. The new Halloween H2O: 20 Years Later 4K steelbook edition releases September 26 for $31, but preorders are discounted to just $26.32 at Amazon.


Preorder Halloween Trilogy 4K steelbook boxed set

$78

Halloween Trilogy 4k Steelbook Box Set
Halloween Trilogy 4k Steelbook Box Set

The Halloween Trilogy 4K steelbook boxed set includes the latest three movies in the franchise, Halloween (2018), Halloween Kills, and Halloween Ends, which serve as a rebooted timeline following Halloween (1978) that brings back Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode, but with a new storyline that ignores the series’ many other sequels and remakes. The set features 4K Blu-ray and digital download copies of each movie, and each disc gets its own steelbook case with unique cover art, and a large box to slot them all into. Each limited-edition set comes with a numbered certificate of authenticity.

The Halloween Trilogy 4K steelbook boxed set releases October 10 for $78, and is available for preorder at Best Buy. Quantities are limited to just a few thousand copies, so preorder now before they sell out.

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