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How To Host a Safe and Spooky Halloween Movie Night During the 2020 Quarantine

It’s officially spooky season. But how do you celebrate Halloween when normal life is already so scary? The lockdown has certainly put limits on the Halloween activities we love — trick-or-treating, costume parties and giant haunted houses — but we can still celebrate in socially distant, safe ways, like hosting a Halloween movie night! Note: We may receive a commission on qualifying purchases.

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