Halloween is only three months away, and I’m already getting all of my ‘required viewing’ horror movies lined up to start the celebration. In 2007, the ridiculously good anthology flick Trick ‘r Treat came busting onto the scene and has earned a right into that ‘required viewing’ category. And speaking of Halloween anthology movies, I’m pretty excited this year because a new one called Tales Of Halloween is coming out on October 16th (limited theaters and VOD), and if the trailer below is any indication – we’re in for a fun ride:
Early word and buzz on this is that it’s as fun as the trailer looks. Comprised of 10 short stories each done by a different director that intertwine throughout, Tales Of Halloween looks to be exactly what we need to cure our Halloween movie blues. And the fact that there are some of your favorite horror actors, actresses, and directors involved only sweetens the deal. Who you ask? How about Neil Marshall, Darren Lynn Bousman, Lucky McKee, Lin Shaye, Adrienne Barbeau, John Landis, and Barbara Crampton to name a few. So get ready for Tales Of Halloween hitting select theaters on October 16th and you will also have the option to relax in your own home and check it out on VOD.
It’s the middle of April and I’m already posting about Halloween. There’s nothing wrong with this statement, because it’s never to early to talk about Halloween! And when I think of this beloved holiday, I think about Trick ‘R Treat, the amazing anthology horror movie given to us in 2007 by writer/director Michael Dougherty. So who wouldn’t want to own some homemade replica lollipops that Sam carried around in the movie and sometimes murdered people with?
Be careful if you’re thinking that those look delicious, because you can’t eat them. Unfortunately, they’re not edible unless you have a taste for sculpted resin. They’re pretty dead on to the real thing from the movie though, which makes them a must have for any real Trick ‘R Treat fan. Only problem is that they’re going to cost you $75. I may have just lost a few of you on that price tag, but if you’ve got some deep pockets then head on over to the listing HERE and grab them while you can. Me personally, I would do it for $50, so maybe the seller will drop the price eventually. Oh btw – Halloween is only 203 days away!