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Trick 'r Treat [DVD] [2007]

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  • Actors: Quinn Lord, Brian Cox, Dylan Baker, Leslie Bibb, Anna Paquin
  • Directors: Michael Dougherty
  • Producers: Bryan Singer
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Castilian, Croatian, Icelandic, Romanian, Bulgarian, Greek, Hungarian, Portuguese, Slovene
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 26 Oct. 2009
  • Run Time: 82 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002CYIR34
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,301 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Halloween horror from director Michael Dogherty which combines four separate tales regarding a secret serial killing high-school principal, a college girl virgin, a woman who hates Halloween as much as her husband loves it and a group of school kids who carry out a wickedly sadistic prank. As the night unfolds, danger descends, as unspeakable things roam free and the townsfolk must do all they can in order to survive. Dylan Baker, Anna Paquin, Rochelle Aytes, Brian Cox and Leslie Bibb co-star.


The doorbell rings, the cry goes out: Trick 'R Treat! But, wait. What's actually going on during this ghostly All Hallows Eve? Something eerie and unexpected. Something splattered and spooky. Something that brings ghouls, vampires and werewolves into the night. Answer the door – a shocking surprise awaits. From producer Bryan Singer (director of X-Men and Superman Returns) and writer-director Michael Dougherty (co-scripter of X2 and Superman Returns) comes a multitale bag of wicked yarns, four cleverly interlocked stories built on Shocktober admonitions like always check the candy and don't extinguish the jack-o-lantern before midnight. So answer the door now: Experience horror made for today's fright fan.

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3.9 out of 5 stars

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Benminx on 5 Aug. 2010
Format: DVD
Horror anthologies are a bit of an 80's thing, and as a result the studio didn't seem to know what to do with this fun little movie, which was produced by X-Men's Bryan Singer and stars a host of familiar faces including Anna Pacquin. The four tales are split into well characteristed punchy little numbers with enthusiastically acted turns and some nice gore and twists. The style is dark, twisted comedy horror, and they've managed to hit the balance bang-on. A nicely handled movie which manages to revolve well around the central theme of Halloween. Enjoyably fun for a night in.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A. C. Parsons on 24 July 2010
Format: DVD
Pleasant and Enjoyable. Perhaps not words you generally associate with a horror film. But then since when did every horror film have to gross out with gratituitous gore or scare senseless with slashing and stalking?

To be fair calling this film a horror is quite misleading. Really it's a celebration of the various legends and imagery associated with the holiday. Watching the DVD featurette about the making of the film and the lore of Halloween should help people understand how to take this movie (clearly some reviewers didn't get it). Perhaps calling it a fictional documentary that toys with the themes and monsters of horror would be more appropriate? The only reason we have monsters here (and it's nice to be able to talk about monsters without solely referring to just Vampires or Zombies) is because it's All Hallow's Eve.

Personally I liked that a non-linear approach was taken in telling the various tales on offer here as it sets it apart from the anthologies that came before it and which it would inevitably be compared to. The interweaving of the stories is preferable to having them stand alone as it's been done so many times before.

The cinematography is top notch throughout and all those involved in shooting the film deserve hearty pats on the back, as do the actors and actresses. To a man (or woman) they all give good performances with a few excellent ones thrown in.

I only saw one twist coming but then I constantly force myself not to start second guessing a film (What's the point? You're only going to spoil it for yourself if you're right), if you do regularly second guess you might find you're enjoyment of the film somewhat tempered.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bill HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 8 Nov. 2015
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This is an enjoyable anthology of four interwoven horror films, in the style of Stephen King's Creepshow.

One tale is set in a Hicksville town in Ohio. It's All Hallows Eve and the town is having a huge street carnival to celebrate the big night. A group of four beautiful women aged in their early twenties, including two sisters, are on the prowl for new men in their lives. The three oldest ladies are very forward maneaters, who dress in very revealing outfits, whilst the youngest is a 22 year old virgin who keeps herself covered up, dressed up as Little Red Riding Hood. The slutty friends go off to a raucous party in the woods, accompanied by the demure Little Red Riding Hood, who's about to be inducted into a very secret family.

Another tale features a homicidal High School Principal, Stephen Wilkins, who deplores having his Halloween Night disturbed by the rowdy youths who keep turning up his door, screeching "Trick 'R Treat" at him. He has some particularly gruesome ways to deal with the annoying invasions of his privacy.

A further tale features a serial killer who wanders through the carnival crowds, disguised in macabre Halloween garb, picking out his victims at random from the thousands of boozy partygoers on the streets.

Another tale features a group of five mischievous kids aged in their early teens, Trick 'R Treaters, who visit an abandoned rock quarry, the scene of a massacre of eight disturbed children, and known locally as "The School Bus Massacre". They venture down into the creepy looking quarry, looking for any evidence of the missing school bus which plunged into the murky waters, but don't realise that they're about to uncover a very chilling secret.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lark TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 8 Nov. 2010
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Much has been made of this being Tarantino-esque but its not really, the sequencing of the stories is comparable with Pulp Fiction's mashed format but I felt it was comparable to Creep Show (particularly Creepshow 2 [DVD] [1987] because of the comic book format at the beginning and end).

It is essentially four stories involving Halloween, with the character of "Sam", a sort of spooky, murderous mascot for the holiday which aims to see the traditions associated with it honoured and obeyed. Besides Sam the film features zombis/ghost/the restless dead, wherewolves and psycho-killers.

There is an element of classic horror movie just desserts in each tale, while the unwary are as likely to come a cropper as the out and out villainous, people are depicted paying the ultimate price for their misdeeds.

I could only give it three stars because while I liked the movie, it has a good crop of actors and actresses although none that I really noted or recognised and I like the story telling format it just didnt feel too original. It could as easily have been a TV network serial created and released for Halloween.

The extras are good, which include a making of documentary, a short animated feature which is Sam's first appearence and then this feature with commentary. The passion for Halloween and desire to make a real Halloween movie are very clear but the background to the traditions and themes is not in that much depth.

The screenwriting and direction did succeed in producing something which simultaneously creepy and quirky, like the holiday has.
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