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All Hallows Eve [Import]

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  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Image Entertainment
  • Release Date: Oct. 29 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Byrne on April 18 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Something with the V/H/S style that's more goofy. Some gore that looks okay, but there isn't a lot.

Of the three segments of the videotape they find, the second one is hilarious. The overacting by the actor in the suit is just awesome.
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Amazon.com: 44 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Mostly Hollow Eve Feb. 10 2014
By Mark Eremite - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Whoever made the trailer for this thing deserves an award. I mean, I'm an experienced enough movie goer at this point not to be suckered so easily by a well-edited commercial for a film, but I admit: this movie's trailer got my hopes way up.

Apparently it was created based on the success of a few internet clips of the clown that features prominently in the film. That's fair enough. It's a creepily done clown in most ways. The film itself: not so much.

First of all, it's an anthology film. No points lost for that. These appear to be gaining popularity. Although it means the films often lack cohesion, it also gives it multiple chances to win audiences over.

The over-arching story here is about a baby-sitter with the personality of a toothbrush taking care of two abrasively over-acted kids on Halloween night, all of them so meticulously make-upped and lit that it's impossible not to imagine the rest of the crew standing mere feet away (made even easier by the fact that there's virtually no establishing shots, with everyone in close-up). One of the kids, an alarmingly skinny boy, receives a blank videotape in his bag of Halloween candy, and they all sit down to watch it. Lucky for us, this family still owns a VCR, because the video contains our three scary stories.

A young woman has a close encounter with the film's scary clown villain while waiting for a train at a station that more closely resembles an elementary school boiler room. There are a few creepy scenes and moments in this one, and the actors really give it their all. The story, however, degenerates into random nonsense and monster make-up that is a fang or two shy of really selling itself. It also includes a bad guy who keeps awkwardly licking his lips, like chapped skin is scary.

A young woman is unpacking boxes in her new home. Great pains are taken to illustrate how isolated the location is. Nothing happens for about ten minutes, although the electricity does go out and the women gets scared by bright lights from outside. Then she discovers the alien. Or rather, the skinny guy in the easily damaged alien costume. Cue screaming and running and absolutely nothing else.

In the goriest of the three clips, a young woman (must it always be young women?) encounters our clown friend at a gas station, where he begins terrorizing her because he's evil or something. This section of the film is shot in a gritty, sepia-ish tone that makes it feel more engaging, and the effects are the strongest of the movie. There's more of an attempt at a story -- although not much -- but the ending is so desperate to be shocking that it comes across as almost laughable.

I'm going to let you guess how the movie ends, although I recommend not being too imaginative with your guesses. All in all, it's not the worst horror film I've ever seen, but it does seem to think that a creepy bad guy and some intermittent gore are good substitutes for plot and character, leaving the whole thing pretty hollow.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
By The Movie Guy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Sarah (Katie Maguire) babysits for two kids on Halloween. One gets an unmarked VHS tape in his bag. She watches the tape which contain three episodes with a common theme of a clown and women being abducted/killed. Anybody who has seen a film of someone watching an unlabeled VHS tape knows what happens next.

This is a "me too" yawner. I liked Kate Maguire as the babysitter, but the film needed to be something besides predictable film shorts. Okay as a rental.

Parental Guide: F-bomb. Implied off screen rape. Mutilated FX nudity.
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
A decent effort but a grab bag of quality Oct. 30 2013
By Tyler - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I was pretty excited to see this one. The trailer looked amazing. Unfortunately, I finished it feeling underwhelmed and slightly disappointed. I had never seen any of the shorts on youtube before, so this was all new to me. Out of the 3 short films in this, I really only enjoyed the last one. The others are overly simplistic and predictable. The frame story that showcases the other three is decent, but not at all original. One of the stories in the collection does not even take place on Halloween, and features someone so obviously in an Alien suit it comes off comical. I'll watch it again, but I don't think this movie is going to catch on as a Halloween staple. Not at all. I wouldn't write off the director, hopefully he can churn out a few more films as fun and creepy as "Terrifier". I wanted to like this as much as anyone, but the fact is...it's just not that good. I think it's worth a rental (some people really seem to like it, though i find some of the enthusiasm suspicious...i've seen the movie.) I'd definitely think twice about a blind buy.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Silly and uninspired Jan. 25 2014
By Tim Janson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
There’s nothing like a good Halloween film and unfortunately All Hallow’s Eve is nothing like a good Halloween film. The movie liberally borrows parts of its plot from Halloween and Trick ‘R Treat, two vastly superior films. A Babysitter (who looks much older than the character she is playing) is babysitting for two kids on Halloween night. Now why is it that ONLY in the movies do kids carve their Jack-o-lanterns on Halloween night AFTER they have returned from trick-or-treating? What’s the point? I’ve carved a field full of pumpkins in my life and always before Halloween night. Anyhow, Timmy dumps out his candy sack to find that someone stuck a VHS tape in his bag. The tape is unmarked and both Timmy and sister Tia want to watch the tape but babysitter Sarah refuses…until the kids pester the hell out of her.

The tape features 3 different stories each hosted by a silent but horrifying clown. The first involves women who are abducted aboard a train and taken captive in the tunnels by a group of cultist cannibals. The second story involves a woman who is terrorized in her new home by an alien. The third film involves a woman with car trouble who arrives at a gas station to find our clown cutting up the attendant.

The three films are mind-boggling horrendous. They are filmed with a grainy sketchy quality to try and give it a grindhouse appeal but it simply comes off looking cheap and amateurish. There’s no rhyme or reason to any of the stories. The alien in the second story looks like it was created using a dollar store mask. The only mildly intriguing part is the wraparound story of the babysitter who discovers that watching the tape has brought the clown into the real world…like that wasn’t predictable.

All Hallow’s Eve is gory but its cheesy, low-budget laughable gore. Coupled with weak performances on every level All Hallow’s Eve is a cruel trick for Halloween film fans.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Was alright. Oct. 30 2013
By Cward55 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
So I watched the trailer for this and it made this movie look amazing from I but it is far from it. Now it's not a horrible movie but just not that great either. This so called anthology movie has really only one really good short and that's the last one. The first was ok and the second was pretty bad and didn't really fit. The whole movie was a nice little surprise with all the other horror movie crap floating out there and i would recommend a watch but I blind bought it off of the trailer and I'm not upset with my purchase just let down. Overall was ok and by no means is it a new Halloween staple. Not even close. I call this horror movie junk food. Your enjoying it at the moment then you forgot about it and realize it wasn't that great in the first place.

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