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BlumFest is Here: Annual Virtual Halloween Horror Festival Announced with Jamie Lee Curtis!



BlumFest is Here: Annual Virtual Halloween Horror Festival Announced with Jamie Lee Curtis!

The first annual BlumFest is here this Halloween, starting on October 29th at 10 am—in the morning. Get that pumpkin coffee ready!

BlumFest includes fun panels, previews, news, interviews, never seen before footage, and horror entertainment streaming all day long on their Youtube and Facebook page

It’s virtual and free, no festival fees required, and sounds like a great way to celebrate Halloween eve. Yes, two days before Halloween is still Halloween eve, don’t ask, just accept.

BlumFest will be moderated and hosted by Jacqueline Cole (Rotten Tomatoes) and highlights include: The Craft: LegacyFreakyWelcome to the Blumhouse, and Halloween Kills:

The Craft Legacy—Join Zoe Lister-Jones (director/writer) and the new cast: Cailee Spaeny, Gideon Adlon, Lovie Simone, and Zoey Luna. #TheCraft 

FreakyChris Landon (director/writer) and the cast: Vince Vaughn and Kathryn Newton. Plus, and this is a really exciting one for horror fans— Jason Blum will be there to discuss Freaky, the body-horror comedy, and its November 13 release. #FreakyMovie 

Welcome to the Blumhouse—Jennifer Salke (Head of Amazon Studios), Jason Blum, and Mamoudou Athie (Black Box) and surprise guests will discuss recently released horror films: The Lie, NocturneEvil Eye, and Black Box, which are streaming free on Amazon Prime. Wonder who the surprise guest will be?!? #WelcomeToTheBlumhouse 

Halloween Kills—Jamie Lee Curtis (legend), David Gordon Green (writer/director), Jason Blum, and producers Malek Akkad and Bill Block will discuss the upcoming Halloween Kills, set for release on Oct 2021. #HalloweenKills 

The Good Lord Bird— Ethan Hawke (writer, star, executive producer) and Jason Blum will discuss the Showtime TV mini-series The Good Lord Bird. #TheGoodLordBird 

BlumFest is streaming on Youtube and Facebook, and they have created several hashtags so horror fans can fun-watch and communicate on social media—like live theater, but digital. #BlumFest2020

Here are all the links to BlumFest and their social media channels, so you don’t have to google it and end up reading about The Purge all day like me:






See you there, horror fans! #TiffanyatBlumFest #FreakyPumpkinCupCakes #MichealMyersLivesForTiffany.

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