The night he came home may be over, but Michael Myers and his butcher knife could be paying a visit to your home before next Halloween rolls around. We recently showed you photos of Hollywood Collectibles Group's life-size Underworld Selene bust, and now the company has unveiled a look at their nearly two-foot tall Michael Myers statue, complete with the infamous bloodied chopping blade.

Standing over 21 inches tall, HCG's exclusive Michael Myers 1:4 scale statue is limited to just 150 items, so Haddonfield enthusiasts will want to make a quick move on this one. The statue is modeled after The Shape's appearance in John Carpenter's 1978 horror classic, Halloween, showing the babysitter stalker with a butcher knife raised in one arm while he stares coldly through his iconic white mask. The Michael Myers statue is now available to pre-order for $349.95 and is expected to ship in early 2015. To learn more, visit:

From HCG: "We are proud to present the definitive Michael Myers statue – as he appeared in the iconic 1978 horror movie Halloween.

This amazingly detailed 1:4 scale statue captures the psychotic killer in classic pose – bloodied knife in hand attacking his latest victim!

The HCG Exclusive version also includes a matching double sided nameplate with “Halloween” on one side and “the night he came home” on the other!

Stands a terrifying 21 ¾” tall!

This incredible piece of art is constructed from heavyweight polystone and then hand painted to the finest detail.

Dimensions: 21 ¾” Tall Approx.

Edition Size: 150 pieces worldwide

Availability: Pre-Order

Estimated to Ship: 1st Qtr 2015

Payment Plans Available!

Sculpted by Alterton, paint by Rich Trebus"

Source: HCG
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