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Hallow's End (2003)

R | | Horror | Video 21 October 2003
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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 ... 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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Matt Moore ...
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Steve Johnston
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Lily Moore
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Gary Yeats (as John Beach)
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Velinda Godfrey ...
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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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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Pumpkin Jack: Best damn pumpkin you'll ever see!
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Heidi's Lament
Performed by Annika Rosenblad
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The Play
10 July 2005 | by See all my reviews

Gosh, another great idea pummeled into the ground by inept film-making.

No one needs to recount the ways this fails. But what it has that's clever is worth talking about.

Horror isn't about horrible things so much. Its about frightening the audience, and the best way to do that is to engage the audience in the story. The most common way is to "fold" the audience into the story somehow.

And the easiest way to do THAT is to have the movie start out being a show and turn REAL.

That's what we have here: some dumb teenagers dress up as actors in a haunted house show. Then by some curse, they actually become their scary characters.

Could have worked if the filmmaker had a clue. By the way, when this is done deftly, it doesn't matter if the actors or effects are good. After all, it is only a show, right?

Ted's Evaluation -- 1 of 3: You can find something better to do with this part of your life.


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