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Trick 'r Treat 
Trick 'r Treat review
4/4 stars

Has a mixture of different stories whose figures will intertwine. It starts where lovers Emma (Leslie Bibb) and Henry (Tahmoh Penikett) discuss a tradition that should never be broken in Halloween. Steven Wilkins (Dylan Baker), the town principal, gives a lesson to Charlie (Brett Kelly) that he will never forget. Macy (Britt McKillip), Schrader (Jean-Luc Bilodeau), Sara (Isabelle Deluce), Chip (Alberto Ghisi), and Rhonda (Samm Todd) goes on a journey related to "The Halloween School Bus Massacre." Laurie (Anna Paquin) is stalked by a vampire while her sister Danielle (Lauren Lee Smith) and friends Maria (Rochelle Aytes) and Janet (Moneca Delain) wait for her. Kreeg is visited by a little Halloween figure named Sam, which will eventually change his perception of Haloween.

The making of featurette, history of Halloween and many special features are enough to satisfy your Halloween gem’s cravings. It shows the director’s passion as well toward this project. A picture where one character summarizes the film from a single character named Rhonda – “Samhain, also known as All Hallows' Eve, also known as Halloween. Pre-dating Christianity, the Celtic holiday was celebrated on the one night between autumn and winter when the barrier between the living and the dead was thinnest, and often involved rituals that included human sacrifice.” You have the living (Steven Wilkins who punishes those who hate the holiday and Kreeg who scares the kids off), rituals (by the sensual werewolves) and dead (the 8 kids from the unfortunate event). The pace of the story was perfect, had a few twists and elements of a typical horror flick with a touch of humor. This is the type of terror this reviewer enjoys from a horror movie since it had a touch of realism with the effects, incredible screenplay, applicable soundtrack and wonderful figures. Trick ‘r Treat will definitely one of those cult classics that will just get better with age and Sam would someday be a household name especially during Halloween.


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