Tales of Halloween (2015)

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Ten stories are woven together by their shared theme of Halloween night in an American suburb, where ghouls, imps, aliens and axe murderers appear for one night only to terrorize unsuspecting residents.


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Directors:

Darren Lynn Bousman , Axelle Carolyn , Adam Gierasch , Andrew Kasch , Neil Marshall , Lucky McKee , Mike Mendez , Dave Parker , Ryan Schifrin , John Skipp , Paul Solet

Writers:

Axelle Carolyn (created by), Dave Parker, Clint Sears, Greg Commons, Axelle Carolyn, Lucky McKee, Molly Millions, Billy Jackson (creative consultant), John Skipp, Andrew Kasch, Mike Mendez, Dave Parker, Ryan Schifrin, Neil Marshall

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18 October 2015 | begob
6
| Consistent quality, wide spectrum
Well produced anthology, with high values on direction, camera, acting, editing and sound.

The first half seems more coherent, with a scarier vibe and what looks like an editorial rule of having screen shots of Romero's classic in each one. There's a definite theme of Grimm's fairy tales running through it, as kids get sucked into the weird world of Halloween. My favourite was Ding Dong, about a child-craving woman, mostly because it has Pollyanna Macintosh. But the Lin Shaye story, although stylish, seemed a bit unpolished. The first story has a pretty good take on the Exorcist III jump scare, this time running from right to left.

The second half goes more campy head-banger with loads of blood. Eventually the tongue is pushed so hard into the cheek that a little bit comes out the other side.

There's no wraparound, just a silky female DJ voice with a few nods to The Fog.

Overall, enjoyable and something for everyone - but I prefer creeps over chuckles, and felt in the end this was pitched at the Budweiser crowd. Rice beer is such a downer.

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