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Tim Burton's Beetlejuice Returns In August With New Limited-Edition 4K Blu-Ray

Beetlejuice's limited-edition release comes with steelbook packaging and is available to preorder ahead of its August 20 launch.


Tim Burton's Beetlejuice hit theaters way back in 1988, introducing moviegoers to the otherworldly character that'd remain a cultural icon for decades. On August 20, Beetlejuice fans will be able to add a new Blu-ray edition of the beloved film to their collection. Preorders are now live at Walmart for Beetlejuice's upcoming Limited-Edition Steelbook release, which includes the original film remastered in 4K, a slick steelbook case, and a number of special features.

Beetlejuice Limited Edition Steelbook Special Features

The release comes with a few special features as well, including three episodes of the animated Beetlejuice TV series and the original theatrical trailer for the film.

Sadly, Beetlejuice's animated series isn't available to purchase separately on Blu-ray, but at least you can get the complete series on DVD for only $25 at Amazon.

If you're looking for more Burton films to round out your collection, you'll find plenty to choose from at Amazon. One of the standout offers is The Tim Burton Collection on Blu-ray for $30. It comes with seven films, including Beetlejuice, Batman, Batman Returns, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. As a bonus, this collection is packaged alongside a hardcover art book with exclusive production images and illustrations.

You can also grab 4K Blu-ray editions of Burton's Batman and Batman Returns for around $20 each. Perhaps the better deal for Batman fans, however, is the Batman 4K Film Collection for $50, as it comes with both of those films as well as Batman Forever and Batman & Robin (neither were directed by Burton).

Best of all, many of these deals eligible for free two-day shipping if you're a Prime member. Note that a handful of these films are sold by third-party retailers, though Amazon fulfills most orders. Here's a look at some of our favorites.

Best Tim Burton Movie Deals

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