Tales Of Halloween Review - AVClub

AVClub: Anthology films are known for being inconsistent, and after the wild mood swings of recent horror anthologies like the V/H/S and ABCs Of Death movies, it’s a relief to report that despite consisting of 10 segments directed by 11 people, Tales Of Halloween is remarkably cohesive. Part of this can be attributed to the film’s production style, where directors shot segments back-to-back on the same suburban street using many of the same extras and crew. Another part can be attributed to Adrienne Barbeau, who revisits her role as a radio DJ from 1980’s The Fog and whose commentary between segments forms the skeleton of the film.

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