360 Degree YouTube Videos Create Adaptations of Most Played Halloween Songs


I’m sure you won’t be surprised to learn that certain songs recieve more YouTube play at certain times of year. For example, did you know that over Halloween – plays of the original Monster Mash increase by over forty times? Slightly behind it is Maarilyn Manson’s This Is Halloween with a 17x increase.

Yo celebrate the most ghoulish day of the year, YouTube dug into the data for tracks with the highest increase in plays on October 31 compared to a song’s average the rest of the year.

You are  invited to check into #Room301…where fear awaits.  Surprises are in store via a new series of videos that are part of a horror-inspired, virtual reality production program by  YouTube Spaces worldwide, in partnership with Blumhouse Productions  and renowned producer Jason Blum.


 Horror is around you no matter which way you turn in this real scares with virtual reality program!  Over 100 top YouTube creators from around the world  produced  360-degree VR videos shot on terrifying cinematic sets – a hotel room simply known as room 301, inspired by the nail-biting Blumhouse film aesthetic at YouTube Spaces in Los Angeles, London, Tokyo, Berlin, Toronto and New York that answer the question: What is your worst fear?

For example, here’s recording artist, dancer and  DJ Mandy Jiroux  (1.1M subs) haunted by her ex in the “Still in Love” music video from BlackBoxTVMore videos will be added today and tomorrow on the official YouTube channel.