VIDEO: Trick ‘r Treat (2007)

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In this episode, the Fear Fan begins paying his fans back with an all new segment: You Asked for It! To celebrate, he’s picked not only the show’s first “anthology” film, but also one of the best Halloween horror films that doesn’t include a spray-painted Shatner mask!

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  • DeanD

    A new classic for sure. Fun, suspenseful and gory without being offensive. Top tier horror, kind of reminded me of the original Night of the Demons in some wonderful ways. I couldn’t and still can’t afford to donate but if you’re taking suggestions: 1988’s American Gothic, please. Fanny needs love, too. Another great review and looking forward to Jason in 3D.

    • fearfanforever

      In fact, having recently purchased the Scream Factory DVD of Night of the Demons, I know EXACTLY what you mean! And, if I’m not mistaken, there’s a curiously… familiar… vampire mask outside of the old dude’s house before he tucks into his ‘homemade apple pie’. Plus there’s the way the film’s main story dovetails with a completely unrelated but also cool horror story…
      It CAN’T be just a coincidence.
      Anywoot, I’m always up for watching something new, and I honestly hadn’t heard of your suggestion till now! You had me at ‘Evil Rob Steiger’, movie…
      Don’t worry about the donation, dude. I hate charging folks for what I feel should be free entertainment, and once I’m done doing the reviews for donors, I’ll try to find a way to open up requests to everyone. Maybe have a vote every month, or something like that.

      • DeanD

        Even if you don’t review the film, based off your previous reviews I really think you’ll love American Gothic. I don’t want to oversell it but it’s 80s fun, but still suspenseful, well acted with an ending that will genuinely leave you feeling uneasy and creeped-out but satisfied. Check it out! And I don’t think reviewers should feel bad about donations, anybody can see how much work it takes to put these together from editing, to script writing to filming, I only wish I could contribute beyond turning off my ad block when I watch one of these kinds of videos. Still, keep up the good work!

  • Zorha

    I love horror anthology movies. Even Creepshow 3 had its merits. Too bad the major film studios have seemed gun shy to back them. Lingering fallout from ‘The Twilight Zone’ (1983) production deaths maybe?

    • fearfanforever

      Hmn… That’s an interesting question, but I don’t think it’s got much to do with that. Probably just the fact that it requires hiring multiple actors, directors, etc is enough to put the kibosh on it, along with what I said in the video.
      Take a look at movies like ‘A Bridge Too Far’ and ‘The Longest Day’. Back then, actors worked cheaper and were willing to take smaller roles and pay for a spot in a huge movie. These days, people pull down 7 figures for a 5 minute scene.
      Plus, Movie 43 was probably enough to burn hollywood on the concept of doing anything like this for a good long time.

  • Moppet

    I have this weird like for Halloween films, any sort almost, based during Halloween. I kids movies, horror movies, dramas and just about anything. There are only a few movies set during Halloween I just can’t get into (one of them being the Halloween movies, except for season of the witch, oddly enough – but that’s wholly personal taste on the first two, there’s nothing wrong with them really, it’s just me). Let’s call this another one added to the collection that I somehow missed until now, and thanks you. Glad you’re around making videos at all. Please keep at it.

    • fearfanforever

      Eh, not so odd. The Halloween films really don’t have all that much to do with the actual holiday… Well, unless you count part 6.
      Glad that I’m still doing this too, and don’t worry, there’s a lot more to come!

  • Cristiona

    I love, love, love, love this movie. What the studio did to it is a freaking crime.

  • Cristiona

    Oh, also, you forgot what might be the first horror anthology movie: the forgotten, but masterful Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors. You should hunt down a copy post haste if you haven’t already seen it.

    • fearfanforever

      Thanks! I’ll check it out as soon as I get the chance!

  • Endorenna

    I know this is a bit late, but I love this video! Your new opening is awesome, too. 🙂 Looks like a fantastic movie…and the girls’ storyline looks like the most interesting one to me, too. Little Red Riding Hood as the Big Bad Wolf makes me laugh.

    Can’t wait for Crystal Lake…IN 3D.