*WARNING: This Review Contains Spoilers*
As every horror movie fan is aware, John Carpenter's "Halloween" is a classic, this is Rob's vision & not a total remake, so it's quite different than the original, hence the "reimagining" part.
The Movie: Overall, it's similar to the original & yet it's very different. Rob Zombie's "Halloween" is significantly darker, gory & has way more profanity, no big surprise there if you've seen Zombie's other films. There is more of a back story with Michael Myers, I understand some fans liked that whereas other fans of the original didn't, many preferred the mystery with Michael Myers. I personally preferred the actors performances in the 1978 version, but again, that's just my opinion. I found that in some scenes the girls were rather irritating to watch when they interacted with one-another & were over-acting at times to ensure that the audience knew they were close. Scout Taylor-Compton did a decent job, I'd never seen her in anything prior to this, I know that when the film was announced she got some flack for portraying Laurie Strode, mainly because she was famously played originally by Scream-Queen, Jamie Lee Curtis & it was a tough role to beat. One of the biggest differences I noticed in this from the original is that it's no secret, to the audience, that Laurie Strode (aka, Boo) is Michael myers' little sister; John Carpenter didn't release that information to fans until "Halloween 2".
The BluRay: Works well, no issues with playing it. If I'm not mistaken, there are quite a few special features, I haven't watched it in a while, but from what I remember they were pretty decent.
Overall: I recommend giving it a watch. You can't say you're a true Halloween fan unless you've seen the entire series!