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Halloween in a Box Documentary Trailer Looks at the Plastic Costumes of Old

Hnn Productions is sending viewers through Halloween past with the upcoming documentary, Halloween in a Box. Set for release on video on demand on October 1, 2019, Halloween in a Box explores the history of packaged costumes and all the drama that came with them.

Come October, stores like Party City and Halloween USA are pillaged by excited little hands still sticky from eating the bulk candy in aisle 4. Wands and masks are strewn across the floor, talking animatronic decorations are left in the middle of the aisle for a poor unsuspecting toddler, and don't even get me started on the glitter that can't be scrubbed from the burlap table cloth. If you have ever worked at Party City in October like I have, you know that Halloween is a powerful industry today, but the packaged costumes that we are so used to fighting over actually date back all the way to the 1930s.
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Halloween in a Box Release Details: "Halloween in a Box, a documentary focusing on Halloween costume manufacturers gets distributor and release date.

Hnn Productions is excited to announce its documentary, Halloween in a Box will be distributed by film company Indie Rights on October 1, 2019, on various VOD platforms including Amazon. This documentary marks the company’s first release and has been called a labor of love by Director/Producer Rob Caprilozzi. “Halloween has always been a beloved holiday for children of all ages and nothing beat the wildly popular costumes-in-a-box from companies such as Ben Cooper Inc., Collegeville, and Halco,” according to Caprilozzi.
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