John Carpenter, the mastermind behind Halloween, broke the sad news to fans via Twitter. Halloween Kills, which was originally going to release October 16 of this year, will now be released in October, 2020. Carpenter claims the decision was made due to a "compromised theatrical experience."
The upcoming Candyman film was again delayed by Universal Studios. Formerly set to release in September, it will now be available October 16th of this year. At least horror fans will be able to enjoy this one this year, unlike Halloween Kills.
John Carpenter: @TheHorrorMaster: https://twitter.com/TheHorrorMaster
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Hershey has revealed its new Halloween treats. According to a survey done by the National Retail Federation, American consumers plan to spend $2.6 billion on candy. This Halloween season will surely see a large amount of candy buyers with these new sweets.
The new Reese's Franken-Cups feature green chocolate at the base of the cup. According to Jason Liebig (@Collectingcandy on Twitter), the green chocolate is derived from white chocolate, and will have a slightly different taste than your standard Reese's cup.
Vampire Hershey's Kisses
The Vampire Hershey's Kisses are filled with a crimson strawberry flavored creme and their packaging is decorated with bats.
Witch's Brew KitKats
These KitKats are not only green, but marshmallow flavored!
Cookies 'n Creme Fangs
The Cookies 'n Creme fangs will keep their standard flavors, but the bars are shaped into the incisors and fangs of a vampire!
This year's Halloween season will undoubtedly bring us some new delicious sweets!
Jason Liebig, @Collectingcandy: https://twitter.com/Collectingcandy
National Retail Foundation: https://nrf.com/media-center/press-releases/social-media-influencing-near-record-halloween-spending