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Anthology movies are a dying breed; the days of Creepshow and others of its ilk are long in the past. Finding good ones is becoming more of a chore, at least in the mainstream world; low-budget indie filmmakers are still fanning the flames of this beloved format, and you need look no further than 2013's All Hallows' Eve for proof. Written and directed by Damien Leone and produced by Jesse Baget of Wrestlemaniac fame, it was a throwback to cheap 80s horror movies, complete with practical makeup/gore FX, a tacky synth score, and a mean streak a mile wide.The three stories all had one common link: Art the Clown, the designated boogeyman with high creep factor (because as we all know, clowns are creepy). All Hallows' Eve...
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Directors: Jesse Baget, Elias Benavidez, Andrés Borghi, Jay Holben, Mike Kochansky, James Kondelik, Jon Kondelik, Bryan Norton, Antonio Padovan, Ryan Patch, Marc Roussel. Cast: Landon Ackerman and April Adamson. The first All Hallow's Eve came out in 2013. The first film hosted three fearsome short films. Each revolved around a murderous clown. This second release has expanded to eight films. This time the cast and crew have greatly increased, while the wraparound has decreased in importance. This film viewer enjoyed three films more than the rest, including: "A Boy's Life," "The Last Halloween," and "Alexia." These three stood out from the others by focusing on a horrifying and sometimes surprising tone. In the line-up, "The Last Halloween" appears second. This film, completed in 2014, follows four trick-or-treaters. This short quartet are out for candy, during an apocalypse. The locals are not very receptive to their demands for sweets. But, the tables turn as this short crew. »
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2 items from 2016
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