All Hallows Eve (2013) is an anthology film that starts with atrocious acting, which actually continues whenever the babysitter and the kids she’s watching are on screen. I take that back. None of the acting is great, but that doesn’t matter. It’s a great collection of content.

All Hallows' Eve - posterThe first sequence introduces Art the Clown. I saw him first in Terrifier (2016) before I knew the existence of this film. Art is a fantastic character designed to bring scares and dark humor, and he does delightfully. He also shows the truth about Clowns.

The second story is the strangest in this pack, and I didn’t understand the why of it. That doesn’t mean it wasn’t good because it was and quite frightening. The alien, I think is what it was, stalks a woman in her new countryside home. The ending ties something unexpected in with the rest of the stories.

The final segment returns Art as the focus, and it’s probably the best of three, though the first gives more of an insight of why. Being stalked by a Clown isn’t something to take lightly, and if you find yourself in this situation, you better be prepared to fight.

4.5 Stars


All Hallows Eve is an extraordinary fright-fest that you need to visit (if you haven’t already). I gave it 4.5 out of 5 Stars.

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