Creative Licensing is gearing up for the Halloween season with a host of items inspired the 1978 classic Halloween.
Los Angeles, Calif.-based Creative Licensing is riding into the Halloween season with a spooky thrill of its own as it continues to build on the nearly 40-year legacy of one of the scariest movie villains of all time, Michael Myers.
John Carpenter's 1978 classic Halloween remains a fan favorite year-round, and Creative Licensing is bringing a new array of product to market to support the perennial scare-fest.
Last spring, Bottleneck Gallery released a new, collectible Halloween art poster that Creative Licensing says had an enormous launch.
Microgaming has launched an online gambling game based on the property for players in the U.K. and Europe.
"The mechanics on the 'Halloween' game from Micrograming are truly exceptional," says Stephanie Kupperman, director of business development, Creative Licensing.
The film also has an array of collectibles in its roster this year from global partners such as Park Agencies in the U.K. (apparel), Licensing Essentials in Australia (apparel) and CreepyCo (collectible pins).
In 2018, Creative Licensing will be celebrating the film's official 40th anniversary and will unveil the new logo for the milestone at Brand Licensing Europe, taking place in London Oct. 10-12.