Halloween is becoming an increasingly significant segment of the fourth-quarter video sales boom. Some in the industry even say it is second only to Christmas. Seasonal releases of Halloween-themed movies and animated children's features, old horror flicks -- and even titles that happen to have a witch or a ghost or two -- are proving to be good impulse purchases at supermarkets. "Halloween is becoming a bigger and bigger video season," said the video buyer for a leading Southern chain, ...
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