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Hallow's End (2003)

R | | Horror | Video 21 October 2003
Eight college students become trapped in an Annual Haunted House when an ancient spell turns them into their Halloween costumes. By night's end, a group of survivors will have to take one ... See full summary »

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(as Christopher J. Burdick)
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Tom Sharp
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Jill Tremaine
Amy Jo Hearron ...
Kira Clemens
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Heidi Campbell
Matt Moore ...
Dan Miller
Scott Barrett ...
Steve Johnston
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Lily Moore
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Gary Yeats (as John Beach)
Jim Dunn ...
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Faith
Terry Gamble ...
Bob
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Frat Boy
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Tour Group Dad
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Red
Vironika Kirksey ...
80's Hair Girl
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Eight college students become trapped in an Annual Haunted House when an ancient spell turns them into their Halloween costumes. By night's end, a group of survivors will have to take one final stand against ghouls, ghosts, zombies and vampires. Written by Anonymous

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Where shadows come alive!

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Horror

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Rated R for violence/gore, language and sexual content

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21 October 2003 (USA)  »

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Halloween sangriento  »

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The poster for American Nightmare (2002), the director's first movie, is visible hanging on the wall during the party scene. See more »

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When Jill and Kira are fighting near the end, the boom mic can be seen at the top left side of the frame. See more »

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Dan: Go fuck yourself, Heidi.
Heidi: No, Dan, fuck you!
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The Legenf of Everett Sykes
Written by Ghoultown
Performed by Ghoultown
Courtesy of Angry Planet Records
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Entertaining unintentionally
15 March 2004 | by (Milwaukee) – See all my reviews

This is a VERY bad, very low budget movie. But it's one of those that's so bad and so cheap, that if you like cheese, you'll love this one. I'm not going to talk much about the plot, because it doesn't even matter.

I rented this with the intentions of being entertained for reasons that the filmmakers never intended, and I was not disappointed. There's an effeminate southern Santa look-a-like named Pumpkin Jack, 4 reasonably hot girls (three of which get topless) and a bunch of acting that so bad it's good, from the male contingent of the cast. There is also a lesbian sub-plot that'll at least hold your attention (if you're a guy) when something unintentionally funny isn't happening.

The greatest part of this movie, is Matt Moore's character of 'Dan', who is the a-hole bully of the movie. His over the top cliché acting is endlessly funny and the greatest part is everyone in the movie is scared $hitless of him and he's the skinniest guy in the flick and he dresses like an older brother character from an 80s teen movie.

Oh yeah, the "monsters" in this movie are barely recognizable as such... I highly suggest everyone who likes to laugh at cheese watch this. A must see, best watched in groups.


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