"Halloweentown" was one of the best films that circulated our televisions every October -- don't fight me on this. The story of young witches finding out that a town where it's Halloween every day exists was creative and lovable.
Now, 20 years after the film's release, the Spirit of Halloweentown event is bringing everything back together. The town of St. Helens, Ore., where some of the movie was filmed, has been recreating Halloweentown for the last several years for a spooky celebration, complete with a giant pumpkin reminiscent of the town square in "Halloweentown."
Kimberly J. Brown (Marnie in the movie) has been attending the celebration since 2015, and it looks like she got her co-stars in on it for the 20th anniversary. She posted this photo posing with her TV mom (Judith Hoag), siblings (Joey Zimmerman and Emily Roeske) and arch enemy Kalabar (Robin Thomas), which she claims is the first time they've all been together since filming.
She also posted this cute throwback and I'm living for it.
Missing, of course, is Debbie Reynolds, who played the kooky yet adorably strong Grandma Aggie. Reynolds passed away in 2016.
The cast got together for a VIP meet-and-greet that included a pizza party (jealous) and pumpkin lighting.
BRB, got to go watch "Halloweentown" for a week straight.