Initially announced at their Comic-Con panel, Scream Factory's five-disc The Fly Collection (which includes 1958's The Fly, The Return Of The Fly, The Curse Of The Fly, 1986's The Fly, and The Fly II) now has a December 10th release date and new cover art, adding to their tradition of releasing box sets of beloved horror franchises (including the Critters Collection, The [REC] Collection, and the upcoming The Omen Collection).

Special features for The Fly Collection have yet to be announced, but Scream Factory promises hours of bonus goodies for fans to enjoy, and in the meantime, you can view the box art and read Scream Factory's official announcement below:

From Scream Factory: "Experience the ultimate in horror with THE FLY COLLECTION, featuring the chilling original trilogy, the eye-popping '80s remake and its terrifying sequel. Packed with hours of fascinating special features (in progress and to be announced later), this 5-disc set includes 1958's The Fly starring Vincent Price; The Return Of The Fly, in which the son of the original scientist continues his father's work; and The Curse Of The Fly, in which a woman finds she's married into the wrong family. David Cronenberg's 1986 remake of The Fly electrified audiences with its ground-breaking, gooey effects and the riveting performance by Jeff Goldblum as Seth Brundle, a scientist whose teleporting experiment takes a tragic toll. The hair-raising sequel to the remake stars Eric Stoltz as Seth Brundle's son, who is beginning to show the effects of his father's experiment. Get ready for hours of skin-crawling terror as you witness a transformation like no other – from man to fly.

Order from and get an EXCLUSIVE 28.5" X 16.5" ROLLED LITHOGRAPH featuring our brand new artwork, limited to the first 500 orders!

Pre-order here:…"

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