October 31st begins like any other day. Adults go to work. Children go to school. But when night falls, the real party begins. That's when a young group of friends get together to tell some...
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A schizophrenic filmmaker, traumatized since childhood by the murder of his mother, writes and plots a retelling of his past staring a naive teenage girl and her friends while a creepy old man haunts them in the woods.
Three tales of terror to make your flesh creep and your heart pound. Deadly spirits, back from the grave with vengeance in mind, give fuel to these tales of supernatural horror. This ... See full summary »
October 31st begins like any other day. Adults go to work. Children go to school. But when night falls, the real party begins. That's when a young group of friends get together to tell some of the most twisted and terrifying stories imaginable. But as their stories begin to unfold, an unexpected dark side to their personalities is revealed... Written by
I LOVED this film! The different stories and subplots keep the movie running at an engrossing pace. The three separate stories will keep you guessing as you observe one plot twist after another. The most compelling performance was given by Serena Lorien who plays Doris/Molly. I had previously seen Serena in "You Don't Know Jack" and she does an even more phenomenal job in this one. Very few independent film actresses are of her caliber and able to play such complex and multi-dimensional characters. Serena's talent and professionalism shine through brilliantly. I predict she has a fantastic career ahead of her. I highly recommend "All Hallows' Eve" to all fans of the horror genre!
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