With studios stirring up a potent cauldron full of horror films and thrillers, many of them newly issued on DVD, the Halloween sell-through market looks promising for retailers. And with new fright flicks arriving for VHS rental -- and DVD growth driving down overall rental inventory costs -- the outlook for the rental segment could be "boo-tiful" as well. Following are some of the picks from this year's packed pumpkin patch of video offerings: Disney's Halloween Haunts promotion, which ...

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