It bewilders me that this movie never got a proper release. I read that it was the best reviewed horror film the year it was released (direct to dvd), and trash like the Saw films kept getting cranked out every year. Granted, this is not an Oscar worthy film, but it's better than a lot of the stuff we see sent out to theatres.
It's pretty intriguing. The setup is a lot like the movie Pulp Fiction, or even Magnolia. This film has several stories that all take place on Halloween night, it's all jumbled around, and eventually they all come together at some point. The things you see at the end of the movie happen before what went on in the middle, that sort of thing. It's actually easier to follow than Pulp Fiction too.
The acting is surprisingly good for a horror film. Every story has a great twist, and the gore is used to enhance the story rather than be the showcase of the film, which you don't see much of these days. Best of all, it does what it promises: provides a great story (or in this case, stories) that manages to use the mystique of Halloween throughout the movie without letting how cheesy it is distract you from it, and even unnerve and scare you a bit.
I would recommend checking it out to any horror fan that is tired of found footage, 3D, "torture porn" films, and the endless sequels to all of films in those categories. It's actually worth spending the money on it.