With many traditional Halloween activities, including trick-or-treating and costume parties being cancelled across the United States and Canada, we are at risk of losing the holiday all together this year.
In light of this possibility, Jason Blum from Blumhouse Productions, is getting ready to celebrate their first ever BlumFest. This virtual event will happen on Thursday, October 29 at 10am PT on Blumhouse’s YouTube channel (http://youtube.com/blumhouseproductions) and Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/blumhouse).
This virtual panel will feature updates, announcements, previews, as well as interviews with some of the cast and crew of the studios upcoming movies, both big screen and PVOD.
Jason Blum, CEO and founder of Blumhouse, released this statement regarding the virtual event:
“This year has sidelined a lot for all of us, but Halloween is a treasured season at Blumhouse, so we conceived BlumFest to celebrate with our fans via a virtual event that will feature exclusive interviews and never-before-seen footage on an upcoming release or two,”
Blumfest will be hosted by Rotten Tomatoes editor, Jacqueline Coley, and will feature panels and special announcements about the following Blumhouse projects:
Welcome to the Blumhouse – Join Jennifer Salke, Head of Amazon Studios and Jason Blum for a conversation about the successful collaboration between Amazon and Blumhouse Productions on the recently launched movies The Lie, Nocturne, Evil Eye and Black Box. Mamoudou Athie from the film Black Box will join the duo along with surprise guests. The four films are currently streaming on Amazon Prime.
The Craft: Legacy – Writer-director, Zoe Lister Jones, and the film’s stars, Cailee Spaeny, Gideon Adlon, Lovie Simone and Zoey Luna, chat about the cult hit reboot. The movie will debut Wednesday, October 28 on PVOD and electronic sell-through domestic, with a theatrical release abroad.
Freaky – Writer-director, Chris Landon; stars Vince Vaughn, Kathryn Newton; and producer, Jason Blum chat about the body-swapping horror comedy, which arrives in theaters Friday, November 13 and select offshore markets via Universal.
Halloween Kills – Filmmaker, David Gordon Green; Trancas Films producer, Malek Akkad; Miramax producer, Bill Block; producer Jason Blum; and the horror franchise’s scream queen, Jamie Lee Curtis meet to talk about the October, 2021 release.
The Good Lord Bird – Ethan Hawke, executive producer, writer, and star of the Showtime series, along with executive producer, Jason Blum, discuss their most recent collaboration.
I have come here to chew bubblegum and write horror, and I’m all out of bubblegum.