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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: 3.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00DRQETEW
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All Hallows Eve

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By The Movie Guy HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on Feb. 24 2015
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.
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clown killer.
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Let’s face it – clowns are just about the creepiest things to be found on this earth. No normal adult would ever smear makeup all over his face, dress up in some ridiculous outfit that even Liberace wouldn’t wear, and go out in public. And they’re mimes, which makes them pure evil in my book. That silent laughter bit isn’t funny, and that whole bucket-throwing shtick was old about a hundred years ago. I say we wait until these freakish buffoons are all crammed together in their little cars and wipe them out. Why am I ranting about clowns? Well, obviously, All Hallows’ Eve features a killer clown, one who has gone even farther down the path of evil than John Wayne Gacy.

It all starts with a videotape, which little Timmy discovers when he dumps out his bag of Halloween candy on the table. Now, when I was a kid, I watched what people put in my bag, wanting to know who was giving me fruit instead of the good stuff, but Timmy has no idea where the tape came from. Unfortunately, babysitter Sarah (Katie Maguire) gives in to Timmy’s and his sister’s demand to watch the thing. It appears to be some kind of unnamed horror anthology featuring a sinister clown doing unnamable things to people. It’s just the kind of thing to get under the skin of horror novices like Sarah and the kids. After the first of the film’s three stories, Sarah finally shuffles the kids off to bed, but she continues to watch in an effort to convince herself that what seems increasingly real is not in fact real at all. That, of course, is a big mistake.

The middle of the three anthology stories is pretty darn weird and barely features the clown, but the first and third are pretty good examples of your typical slasher fare.
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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: HASH(0xa5c221ec) out of 5 stars 101 reviews
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5c57d68) out of 5 stars 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.

STORY #1 - CREEPY TRAIN STATION IS CREEPY
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.

STORY #2 - WELCOME TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD!
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.

STORY #3 - THE GASH STATION
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.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5c57dbc) out of 5 stars All Hallows Eve Oct. 17 2014
By A. Pierre - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
A babysitter who looks like Rene Zelleweger is in charge of two kids on Halloween night when the boy discovers a VHS tape in his bag & they decided to see what is on it. The first film in a film is a girl being stalked by a cult & raped by Satan. People might nitpick this too death but I thought the creatures in this segment was well done even though a few looked plastic. The sitter then sends the kids off to bed then watches the rest of the VHS the second contained a woman being stalked by some looking alien looking creature & last was the gas station urban legend, each of them have something to do with the clown. The way it sounded it was going be more of the clown stalking the girl but watching the VHS took up most of the time but I did enjoy the ending & I'd welcome a sequel. Is this film perfect? no. Enjoyable? hell yes. Recommend checking this one out, the clown doesn't say anything but made the movie.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5c5d210) out of 5 stars Bizarre and terrifying Sept. 29 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Had been wanting to see this for awhile and had friends for dinner and a scary movie. Awesome choice! Ok, its not a great budget but its got that 80's creepy feel to it mixed in with some rob zombie house of 1000 corpses. The whole movie reminded me of a nightmare, bizarre and terrifying, Art the clown is the scariest clown I've ever seen!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5c5d36c) out of 5 stars An underrated little horror film with quite a memorable killer Oct. 26 2015
By Daniel Jolley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Let’s face it – clowns are just about the creepiest things to be found on this earth. No normal adult would ever smear makeup all over his face, dress up in some ridiculous outfit that even Liberace wouldn’t wear, and go out in public. And they’re mimes, which makes them pure evil in my book. That silent laughter bit isn’t funny, and that whole bucket-throwing shtick was old about a hundred years ago. I say we wait until these freakish buffoons are all crammed together in their little cars and wipe them out. Why am I ranting about clowns? Well, obviously, All Hallows’ Eve features a killer clown, one who has gone even farther down the path of evil than John Wayne Gacy.

It all starts with a videotape, which little Timmy discovers when he dumps out his bag of Halloween candy on the table. Now, when I was a kid, I watched what people put in my bag, wanting to know who was giving me fruit instead of the good stuff, but Timmy has no idea where the tape came from. Unfortunately, babysitter Sarah (Katie Maguire) gives in to Timmy’s and his sister’s demand to watch the thing. It appears to be some kind of unnamed horror anthology featuring a sinister clown doing unnamable things to people. It’s just the kind of thing to get under the skin of horror novices like Sarah and the kids. After the first of the film’s three stories, Sarah finally shuffles the kids off to bed, but she continues to watch in an effort to convince herself that what seems increasingly real is not in fact real at all. That, of course, is a big mistake.

The middle of the three anthology stories is pretty darn weird and barely features the clown, but the first and third are pretty good examples of your typical slasher fare. Two of them look like drive-inn shlock from the 1970s, so I was surprised to learn that all three scenes came from recent other films made by director Damien Leone. They do have that old-school look and feel to them, though, and that’s a plus in my book.

All Hallows’ Eve doesn’t deliver any surprises, but I enjoyed it. The director wasn’t shy about using blood and gore, and Mike Giannelli puts in a memorable performance as Art the Clown. He’s even more sick, twisted, and evil than your average killer clown, and that makes All Hallows’ Eve eminently worthy of a spot in your Halloween week horror movie rotation.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5c5d6b4) out of 5 stars WHO KNOWS WHAT'S ON THIS? Nov. 10 2013
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.


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