‘Halloween Ends’ Gets For-Purchase Digital and Disc Home Release Dates

Halloween Ends, said to be the final film in the “Halloween” horror/slasher franchise, will be released for digital purchase on Nov. 15, and on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray Disc and DVD on Dec. 27.

Produced by Malek Akkad, Bill Block, and Jason Blum, the Universal Pictures Home Entertainment release features over 30 minutes of never-before-seen bonus content that includes deleted and extended scenes, featurettes with star Jamie Lee Curtis and the cast and crew, a gag reel, and a feature commentary with co-writer and director David Gordon Green, actors Andi Matichak, and Rohan Campbell.
 
In the film series’ finale, Laurie Strode (Curtis) faces off for the last time against fabled killer Michael Myers (James Jude Courtney). Michael hasn’t been seen for four years after the events of Halloween Kills. Laurie lives with her granddaughter, Allyson (Matichak), and has chosen to liberate herself from fear and rage and embrace life. When a young man is accused of killing a boy he was babysitting, a cascade of violence and terror is ignited with a final confrontation between Laurie and Michael. Only one of them will survive.
 
Consumers who buy Halloween Ends on disc or digital are eligible to earn points toward digital movies through the Universal All-Access Rewards program. Members can redeem their points for digital movies, swag and more. For registration and details visit MyUniversalRewards.com.
 
Bonus features include the following deleted scenes: “Michael Shakes Things Up,” “Joan’s Bunny Slam,” “Corey Reflects Upon Himself,” “Ronald’s Stuck at Work,” “Margo Gets the Boot” and “Joan’s Recipe for Disaster.”

Bonus featurettes include “Ending Halloween,” an exploration of the creative team’s approach to crafting the film’s final sequence; “Final Girl,” in which Curtis discusses the legacy of Laurie Strode and what playing the character has meant to her; “No Place Like Haddonfield,” in which filmmakers and cast talk about their feelings on being involved with the franchise; “A Different Threat,” which traces the evolution of evil in the franchise; “The Visions of Terror,” which shows viewers how various production departments came together to achieve the film’s unique visual style; and  “Twisted Deaths,” an up-close look at some of the film’s gruesome death scenes.

Also included is a gag reel and feature commentary with Green, Matichak, Campbell, co-producer/first assistant director Atilla Salih Yücer, and production assistant Hugo Garza.