On December 18, 2007, the film was released on in the United States; both the theatrical 110 minutes and an unrated 121 minutes were released as two-disc special editions containing identical bonus features.
Halloween was also the 8th highest-grossing film of 2007, and finished out the year in 44th place for domestic box office gross.
The rock star and filmmaker only likes slaughter if it's fake.
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Another prospective screenplay written by Jake Wade Wall was Halloween: The Missing Years, which would have been a prequel centered around Michael Myers returning to Smith's Grove Sanitarium in the early 1980s during the events of , with flashbacks revealing details about his childhood at the asylum after murdering his sister in the 1960s.
After winning the role, he noted that he consecutively watched seven of the eight Halloween films excluding because Michael Myers does not appear to better understand his character.