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Online Streaming Platform’s Spooky Halloween

Hulu is celebrating Huluween with a devilish drive-in movie theater event and an online Halloween immersive experience for fans to enjoy from home.

The Culture Wire Review
The Culture Wire Review
GenderFemale, Male, Other
Age BracketTeens, Young Adults, Grown Ups
GeographyNorth America, Europe, Australia

Halloween is a really popular festival in eastern countries and its popularity is spreading all over the world with fans coming to attend Halloween festivals in European and American countries from around the world. Huluween is back and spookier than ever to save the day for all Halloween fans. Horror fans can celebrate the third year of Hulu’s annual Halloween event with a full slate of nail-biting new Hulu Originals, a devilish drive-in movie theater event and an online Halloween immersive experience for fans to enjoy from home. 

For Los Angeles-based Halloween fans, Hulu hosted a drive-in theater event filled with frights and delights, including an immersive haunted drive-through, the L.A. premiere of Bad Hair, and (s)care packages for all attendees over the course of four nights. The event ran from October 22nd-25th at the Rose Bowl and featured screenings of Hocus Pocus, Hulu Original Books of Blood, Beetlejuice, I Know What You Did Last Summer, and Carrie (1976). Music superstar DJ D-Nice opened the weekend with a performance at the Bad Hair premiere on Thursday and returned again to close out the experience on Sunday, truly making this a must-attend event. Tickets were limited to 150 cars per screening and the tickets sale started at huluween.com on Monday, September 28th.

Finally, all Huluween fans were invited to visit The Screamlands, Hulu’s first-ever online haunted immersive experience. Beginning Thursday, October 8th, visitors 18 years and older can travel through the immersive, 360-degree online experience that features five scream-inducing rooms like “Bad Hair Hellway” and “Huluween Hall” which include spooky surprises behind every turn. 

References – huluween and hulu

The Culture Wire Review
The pandemic is showing its effect on the festivals also, more and more celebrations are done online and now a new trend of drive-in celebrations is emerging with fast speed with many theatres converted into drive in’s, drive-in a music festival and now festive celebrations are also shifting towards more socially distanced form.


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