Trick ‘r Treat  Horror1 CommentAlthough this movie has been praised over the Internet, and I am certain that in years to come it will achieve a cult status, I do not think it’s that good. Yes, it’s really entertaining and tastefully made, combining elements like DC comic style of directing, vampires, werewolves, comedy and horror into a visually great blend that will keep you interested for the duration of the movie, but it lacks originality. Still, if you look at it as an homage to all those Halloween movies, it is just perfect. And not just to them, but to that period of your life when you were a kid and still believed that something might snatch you up from the dark. This mixture of fear and excitement is the thing that separates it from other milking Halloween blunders. Trick ‘r Treat could be that movie you watch every Halloween…It consists of four stories that happen over a Halloween. Although they are separate stories, the constant is the small creepy kid with a burlap sack over its head. Movie is perfect for those nights when your friends come over and you want to watch some horror that will probably satisfy everybody present. With great production values, decent acting and story it is definitely worth watching. I’m wondering is Trick ‘r Treat going to be this generations Creepshow… One final thing, I have to comment on the beautiful cinematography. It was really a pleasure to watch perfectly framed shots, suited to the atmosphere and current setting. This helped immensely with the pacing and the fact that this is not a regular movie, but an anthology.Director: Michael DoughertyCast: Dylan Baker, Rochelle Aytes, Quinn Lord, Lauren Lee Smith, Moneca Delain, Tahmoh PenikettFun Facts: All the werewolves in this film were created by Tatopoulos Studios, the same studio that brought you the Lycans in the Underworld trilogy.Rating: IMDb Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0862856/One Response Esial October 27, 2009 I watched it 2 times in 2 days. First time alone and the second time with my friends and my girlfriend… I can just say that it kept me interested whole two times… I really don’t watch horror movies often, if u can call this a horror movie, because nowadays there are no more good, frightening horror movies that keep you focused on them. Usually I watch horror movies alone and I pause the movie for couple of times – to go to bathroom, to get some snacks, drink ets… I SAT THROUGHOUT WHOLE TRICK ‘R TREAT! 2 TIMES! It’s not as frightening as it is interesting, funny and sick. I really enjoyed it. So should you.(sorry for my bad english) ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.