Spirit Halloween Previews 2024 Animatronics in New Video, Including Michael Myers

Spirit Halloween just a dropped a brief new promo video that teases some of their new 2024 animatronics to be released later this summer, including our first glimpses at new officially licensed Michael Myers and Art the Clown animatronics.

Following their reveal of the names of all of this year’s new and returning animatronics and the 2024 “Carnevil” theme earlier this week, today Spirit Halloween released a new 7-second video online that, when searched frame by frame, offers a few first looks at some of the lineup.

A quick shot of the new Michael Myers animatronic features an arm wearing bloody coveralls raising a bloody knife, featuring what appear to be bullet holes in the coveralls, which would suggest that this animatronic is officially licensed from the 1981 sequel Halloween II.

We also get a glimpse of Spirit’s new Art the Clown animatronic, wearing his sunflower sunglasses, which suggests it is officially licensed from the 2022 sequel Terrifier 2. In related news, just yesterday, Party City put their own Art the Clown and Little Pale Girl animatronics up for pre-order.

UPDATE: Spirit’s Art the Clown animatronic stands 6.2-FT tall with side to side waist and left arm movement as he honks his horn with his right hand, including removal sunflower sunglasses. He is priced at $200 and will be available to order the first week of August here.

In more related news, Spirit Halloween announced earlier this week that the nation’s largest Halloween retailer is looking for 50,000 seasonal sales associates and store managers to support more than 1,500 Spirit retail locations expected to open in 2024.

Check out the new video below and give us your thoughts in the comments, and then be sure to watch our full video breakdown of this sneak peek also below.

Shop currently in stock Spirit Halloween animatronics here.

Keep watching this site as more Halloween 2024 reveals and sneak peeks are released!

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Matt Artz

Founded Halloween Daily News in 2012 and the Halloween International Film Festival in 2016. Professional writer/journalist/photographer since 2000.