Today: April 23, 2024

Vice Press celebrate John Carpenter’s Halloween

“It’s Halloween. Everyone’s entitled to one good scare.” 

With David Gordon Green’s Halloween Kills now in cinemas and the titular spooky season itself upon us, those wonderful folks at Vice Press are celebrating with their very first set of prints for John Carpenter’s seminal 1978 classic Halloween. 

Illustrated by VP’s co-founder and all-round artistic genius Matt Ferguson (and produced under licence from Compass International Pictures), the stunning piece continues Matt’s John Carpenter series and will be a must-have on any film enthusiast’s wall. The release will feature a regular edition of 350 and a variant edition of 250, each 24×36 inches, along with an open edition A2 print released as part of the Vice Press Editions line.

Alongside this new print comes Florey’s brand-new pin set, continuing those produced alongside Matt’s print series. This truly is a magnificent time to be a John Carpenter fan, thanks to the passion and vision of Vice Press. And with their hints that they’ve got someTHING else coming up before the end of the year, you better start making even more space on your wall…

Available from and Sideshow on Tuesday the 26th of October 6pm BST (UK)/ 1pm Eastern

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