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Go Behind-the-Scenes of ‘Tales of Halloween’ With Several Video Diaries

If you’re a fan of Epic Pictures’ Tales of Halloween (review, then I’m sure you’ll want to know all the goings on that went into the making of the film, from interviews with the cast and crew to revisiting clips and trailers. Luckily, such an endeavor can be done with the below YouTube playlist!

Lin Shaye and “Heroes’” Greg Grunberg star, while the likes of Joe Dante, John Landis, Mick Garris, Stuart Gordon, Adrienne Barbeau, and Adam Green cameo.

Also featured are Pat Healy (The Innkeepers, Cheap Thrills), Alex Essoe (Starry Eyes), Booboo Stewart (The Twilight Saga), Keir Gilchrist (It Follows), Noah Segan (Looper), Pollyannna McIntosh (The Woman), James Duval (Donnie Darko), Kristina Klebe (Halloween), Marc Senter (The Devil’s Carnival), Jose Pablo Cantillo (The Walking Dead), Grace Phipps (Dark Summer), Sam Witwer (Being Human), and Graham Skipper (Almost Human).

The ten shorts take place in the same small American town whose denizens are terrorized by ghouls, aliens, and killers one Halloween night. Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw II, III and IV), Axelle Carolyn (Soulmate), Adam Gierasch (Night of the Demons), Andrew Kasch (Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy), Neil Marshall (The Descent), Lucky McKee (All Cheerleaders Die, The Woman), Mike Mendez (Big Ass Spider!), Dave Parker (The Hills Run Red), Ryan Schifrin (Abominable), John Skipp (Stay at Home Dad), and Paul Solet (Grace) are at the helm of Tales of Halloween, which follows in the footsteps of recent horror anthologies like V/H/S and The ABCs of Death.

You can pick up a copy of Tales of Halloween via Amazon.


6 Comments
  • Josh Blitzenbrox Myers

    Maybe I am in the minority but I found this film to be hugely disappointing. I was pretty excited about seeing it. Maybe I was expecting too much. I was hoping for something like Trick R’ Treat, and to me it felt way short.

    It just felt surprisingly slapped together and amateur. The jokes seemed crude and stupid, the writing was generic, and the tone and quality seemed to be all over the place. Nothing felt cohesive. It was quite the let down

    • Se_7_eN

      I was expecting a decent film but nothing on the level of Trick R’ Treat… My fiance said “This is going to be terrible” at the very beginning, she was right.

      I think Trick R’ Treat has spoiled us a little.

      • Josh Blitzenbrox Myers

        Perhaps, though I would like to think it’s raised the bar. Trick R Treat was just so good, I love it and I want more film experiences like that so when I see something like Tales of Halloween I get excited, get my hopes up, and then feel ultimately let down.

  • Blade4693

    Tales Of Halloween isn’t too bad. I think its a decent Halloween movie. I made the mistake of doing a double feature (Trick r treat, then this) and I think had I not watched this right after Trick R Treat, I would have liked it more lol Trick R Treat is a tough act to follow. Such a charming and amazing Halloween film.

    • Josh Blitzenbrox Myers

      Yeah, it’s turned into a must see every October for me. Looking forward to Trick R Treat 2 if and when it ever gets made.

      I thought Tales of Halloween was pretty bad by comparison, but then last night I made the mistake of watching Holidays. It was nonsensical and truly awful and ended up bumping Tales of Halloween up to somewhere in the middle

  • aNYagenda

    I thought it was a pretty awesome movie.
    It deserved a wider release then it got IMO.

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