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Ten stories from horror's top directors. Ghosts, ghouls, monsters, and the devil delight in terrorizing unsuspecting residents of a suburban neighborhood on Halloween night. This creepy anthology combines classic Halloween tales with the stuff of nightmares.
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Tales of Halloween movie full length review - "Trick Movie or a Movie Treat"
I was really looking forward to seeing this based on the trailer I had seen a few days before Halloween.
I even skipped watching my regular Halloween Marathon of watching the original John Carpenter's Halloweens with the late great Donald Pleasence as the formidable Dr. Loomis going after Michael Myers.
But when I finally saw this film I was very disappointed. Don't get wrong some scenes were dead on and the creepiness in some were right on but they went nowhere with it or it would just abruptly just end and go on to the next tale!? Like I said some Tales were good but others very bad and boring. I fell asleep halfway thru this thing so that tells me how bad it really was.
The 1st tale "Sweet Tooth" was not bad. Not good but not bad either. It had Greg Grunberg and Barbara Crampton in very small bit cameos as a couple who comes home and discover some dead kids in their living room. That's it! What a waste for these two actors. They were in what I call throwaway roles that any extra could have done. But the story of a Candy Demon was executed well. It was creepy and scary at the same time.
Instead of going all over the ten tales I will just say who I recognized and did not see at all. The late Ben Woolf had a good role as the kidnapped Rusty in "The Ransom of Rusty Rex". It was his final film appearance. he died in real life of a head injury obtained while jaywalking on a Hollywood, California street. He was struck in the head by the side mirror of a passing car. The two actors who 'kidnapped' him were Sam Witwer and Jose Pablo Cantillo. Witwer and Cantillo co-starred as a team in this picture. But years earlier they both guest starred, but not together, on "The Walking Dead". Witner had a very small bit part as a zombie in the tank in the Pilot of the show in the 1st season. Cantillo had a much larger role in the 3rd and 4th seasons of the show. as the Governor's main henchman. But once again were wasted I felt and it was Woolf who seemed to have more fun as some demon child who gets back at his surprised kidnappers.
Lin Shaye I did remember seeing and she was in one of the one tales I liked, " Grimm Grinning Ghost" and it has a a very effective jump scare at its culmination. Adrienne Barbeau's role in this film is a obvious nod to the same radio host D.J. role she played in the movie "The Fog"(1980). But I feel once again cheated because she was wasted big time. But it was nice to hear her and see a little of her. There was also Kristina Klebe from the new Rod Zombie's Halloween. And a original cast member from the original Nightmare on Elm Street films, Robert Rustler.All I can say about Rustler is wow I didn't even recognize him at 1st. He looks nothing like when I 1st remember him from the "Weird Science" film where he and Robert Downey Jr. are the bullies . Man how time ages you. I don't recall seeing directors John Landis or Joe Dante at all. Don't remember seeing Barry Bostwick at all. Unless he was the Devil/demon in the tale "The Night Billy Raised Hell". If that was him, he was hilarious and scary at the same time. I don't recall seeing Caroline Williams who I remember from the old Texas Chainsaw film part two. Adrianne Curry, who I remember from The Surreal Life and My Fair Brady, had a small bit as a carjacked victim but was wasted also. Plus two more actors I know John Savage and Lisa Marie, I don't even remember seeing them also. Must have been when I fell asleep. All in all not a film to see at the theaters but at home with friends and enjoy it that way. Otherwise beware....