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Tales Of Halloween Gets The Royal Treatment For Its Blu-ray Debut

Hard to believe that it has been almost a full year since the horror anthology flick Tales Of Halloween made its way to the fans via VOD and in a couple of theaters.  Hasn’t been any news of the home video drop – till now and when they decide to do it – they do it right.  The fan favorite flick will be hitting DVD and Blu-ray on Sept. 13th and it’s coming in a 4 disc set that is pure Halloween magic.

Since it’s been almost a year – a quick refresher on what Tales Of Halloween was all about:

“Ten stories are woven together by their shared theme of Halloween night in an American suburb, where ghouls, imps, aliens and axe murderers appear for one night only to terrorize unsuspecting residents.”

A multitude of talent brings this project to us that includes Darren Lynn Bousman, Axelle Carolyn, Adam Gierasch, Andrew Kasch, Neil Marshall, Lucky McKee, Mike Mendez, Dave Parker, Ryan Schifrin, John Skipp, and Paul Solet.

So, what’s the disc going to look like?  Check this out!

Disc 1 – Blu-Ray of the Feature (Region Free):

Three Audio Options: English, French & Spanish 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, 5.1 Dolby Digital, 2.0 Dolby Stereo
Three Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
Disc 2 – DVD of the Feature (Region Free):

Three Audio Options: English, French & Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital and 2.0 Dolby Stereo 
Three Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
Disc 3 – CD of the Soundtrack:

Tales of Halloween Main Title – Lalo Schifrin
Sweet Tooth – Christopher Drake
The Night Billy Raised Hell – Bobby Johnston
Trick – Joseph Bishara
The Weak and the Wicked – Austin Wintory
Grim Grinning Ghost – Christian Henson
Ding Dong – Sean Spillane
This Means War – Michael Sean Colin
Friday the 31st – Joseph Bishara
Limbchoppalooza! – Edwin Wendler
The Ransom of Rusty Rex – Christopher Drake
It’s Not a F*****g Kid! – Christopher Drake
He Will Never Leave You – Christopher Drake
Bad Seed – Christian Henson
Tales of Halloween – Jimmy Pyscho
Disc 4 – DVD of Bonus Features (Region Free):

Exclusive Shorts:
– Brain Death (21 minutes) – directed by Neil Marshall
– The Halloween Kid (7 minutes) – directed by Axelle Carolyn
Boilly (:30 seconds) – directed by Lucky Mckee
– Thirsty (14 minutes) – directed by Andrew Kasch & John Skipp
– Hot Rod Worm (4 minutes) – directed by Andrew Kasch & John Skipp
– No Rest for the Wicked (15 minutes) – directed by Ryan Stiffen
– The Evil (5 Mins) – directed by Mike Mendez

Video Diaries:
2-3 Video Diaries for each segment of the anthology, featuring interviews with the directors, cast, and crew, and sneak peeks behind-the-scenes on set.
Total Run Time: Approximately 60 minutes, Stereo/Mono Audio

Additional Bonus Materials:
– Deleted Scene / Grim Grinning Ghost – directed by Axelle Carolyn
– Behind-The-Scenes / Sweet Tooth – directed by Dave Parker
– Anatomy of a Scene / Friday the 31st – directed by Mike Mendez
– Fun Facts / pop-on video commentary for selected segments
– Photo Gallery / Behind-The-Scenes of Bad Seed
– Storyboards / Ding

Yep, this is a must own for any serious horror fan.  You can preorder it now by heading over to


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About David Dreher

A lifelong fan of all things dark and spooky Dave has written for Creature Corner, House of Horrors, and The Horror Channel. He is co-host of Horror News Radio and has spent the last 18 years working with Tom Savini as the webmaster of his website. Dave holds a BA in Creative Writing and a MA in New Media Journalism.

One comment

  1. Very cool! I love this movie! Watched it a few times last year and it’s definitely going to become a Halloween viewing necessity from now on.

    Hard to say what my favorite segment is: Probably the Night Billy Raised Hell, the Weak and the Wicked, or the Ransom of Rusty Rex. I’m also a Bad Seed fan, too. The only one I wasn’t that I really have mixed feelings about it Trick. I like the premise but some of the subject matter pulls me out of the fun nature of this film and gets a bit too grim. It’s not over the top but it kind of ruined the flow for me.

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