Will ‘Tales of Halloween’ be the next great horror anthology?

07.14.15 4 years ago

Feature-length horror movie anthologies are pretty hit and miss, but there are a few that have been well-received including “Creepshow,” “Tales from the Crypt,” “Trilogy of Terror,” “V/H/S,” “Trick 'r Treat” and 1945's “Dead of Night.” The latest entry in the sub-genre is “Tales of Halloween,” which features segments directed by such horror luminaries as Lucky McKee (“May”), Neil Marshall (“The Descent”) and Darren Lynn Bousman (the “Saw” franchise) and featuring appearances by fright flick icons like Lin Shaye, John Landis, Joe Dante, Adrienne Barbeau and — my all-time favorite — “Twilight's” BooBoo Stewart.

So will it be worth a watch? Check out the Comic Con-debuted trailer below and decide for yourself. Given the sheer number of directors involved, expect it to be all over the map.

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