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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 »



(as Christopher J. Burdick)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Sharp
Jill Tremaine
Amy Jo Hearron ...
Kira Clemens
Heidi Campbell
Matt Moore ...
Dan Miller
Scott Barrett ...
Steve Johnston
Lily Moore
Gary Yeats (as John Beach)
Jim Dunn ...
Terry Gamble ...
Frat Boy
Tour Group Dad
Vironika Kirksey ...
80's Hair Girl


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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Rated R for violence/gore, language and sexual content

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21 October 2003 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Halloween sangriento  »

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Did You Know?


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


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 »


Dan: Go fuck yourself, Heidi.
Heidi: No, Dan, fuck you!
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Whoa Hoo Yeah
Written by John Evans
Performed by John Evans Band
Courtesy of Shakeabush Music
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19 December 2009 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

***One Out of Ten Stars***

Because if it was, it gets an F. Holy Mother Mary of God was this bad. I mean, I gave it every reasonable accommodation considering it was a straight to video film, but it let me down at every turn. Like so many other B movies, the basic storyline was decent and the filmmakers seemed to have a reasonable level of resources, but the execution was ridiculous. It's a shame they attached the good name of Halloween to this fiasco.

The basic premise surrounds some frat douche bags hosting their annual Halloween haunted house fund raiser, when a satanic spell book shows up out of nowhere and hurls the frat boys into a living hell. Well that's the idea anyway, but instead most of the film is devoted to displaying these frat boy's relationship escapades, abound with an outrageous lesbian subplot. Very little of the actual story is devoted to Halloween or the mysterious spell book. It actually makes me mad that the film makers thought they could get away with making such dribble.

The film is essentially about frat boy relationships. This IS NOT what the movie is billed as. I'm tempted to track down the producers and at the very least threaten them with bodily harm. The acting is about as bad as it gets, it's atrocious! The script is unintentionally funny. The cinematography is just plain lazy. The whole film is amateur night. This movie actually makes the SyFy channel movie productions look like masterpieces.

The last half hour of the film felt like the film makers realized they weren't producing a soap opera and had to throw in some sort of horror sequences. The evil spell book finally comes into play and turns everyone in the haunted house into the character their dressed up as. I almost feel like crying as I write this review. Wow! I mean wow! This thing was an undecipherable chopped up disaster.

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