Looking to kick off this year’s Halloween festivities with some spooky fun? With the help of the Epson® PowerLite® Home Cinema 2000 3LCD projector, Epson offers tips and tricks for making this year’s monster bash a ghoulish good time with spine-chilling HD 1080p performance and haunting images projected at up to 300-inches indoors and out, guaranteed to stop trick-or-treaters in their tracks.
“Filled with ghost stories, eerie Jack-o-lanterns, crazy costumes, bags of candy, and horror flick marathons, Halloween marks a time of year that’s fun for grownups and kids alike,” said Jason Palmer, marketing manager, Epson America. “As you gear up for this year’s spooky, spine-tingling Halloween, the Home Cinema 2000 offers a hassle-free way to add another level of fun and fright to your decorations, activities and more.”
The Home Cinema 2000 offers several ways to boost the fear factor this Halloween:
Frightfully Entertaining Digital Decorations
: Using the Home Cinema 2000, project an image onto almost any surface of your home – a wall, the garage door or the front window – and watch as it thrills and haunts visitors this Halloween. Offering a variety of themes ranging from a zombie infestation to singing and storytelling pumpkins and spooky living portraits that transform before your eyes, AtmosFEARfx’s DVD collection converts your walls and windows into a living decoration. Pair a DVD player with the projector and enjoy!
Giant Halloween Film Marathon
The horror film has been a classic genre for decades. Whether you are hosting a marathon party of Tod Browning’s Dracula (1931) and James Whale’s Frankenstein (1931) or projecting Casper (1995) for trick-or-treaters on the front of your garage door, the Home Cinema 2000 delivers up to 300 inches of big-screenHalloween entertainment. You don’t need a screen, just shoot the image onto your house and kids and grown-ups alike will flock.
With the MHL-enabled HDMI port1, plug in a MHL device, such as the Roku® Streaming Stick, and start the all-night stream of your favorite horror flicks from sources such as Netflix, Hulu, Crackle, and more2 to host a one-of-kind Halloween slumber party.