All Hallow’s Eve 2 (2015)
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- Release Date: 2015
- Genre: Compilation of Shorts
- Director: Andrés Borghi, Antonio Padovan, Bryan Norton, Elias Benavidez, James Kondelik, Jay Holben, Jesse Baget, Jon Kondelik, Marc Roussel, Mike Kochansky, Ryan Patch
- Screenwriter: Andrés Borghi, Antonio Padovan, Bryan Norton, Christopher Probst, Elias Benavidez, James Kondelik, Jay Holben, Jesse Baget, Jon Kondelik, Marc Roussel, Mark Byers, Mark Thibodeau, Michael Koehler, Mike Kochansky
- Cast & Crew: Andrea Monier, Damien Monier, Helen Rogers, Tyler Rossell, Steve Anderson Jr., Angela Besharah, Drew Davis, Kristina Uranowski, and Adrian G. Griffiths.
All Hallow’s Eve 2 (2015)Rating:
- Eloise = 2 / 10;
- Raoul = 2 / 10;
- IMDB = 4.5/10;
- Rotten Tomatoes = 1.5/10;
All Hallow’s Eve 2 (2015) Synopsis:
A young woman receives a strange VHS from a masked man, on which features five gruesome and scary videos.
All Hallow’s Eve 2 (2015) Review:
Predictable, uninspired and uninteresting are the first words that come to my mind when sitting down to write the review of this sequel to All Hallow’s Eve. The first movie already failed at capturing my attention, and I had to read my own review to remember what it was about (considering that I watched less than a year ago, that isn’t a good sign) – but this sequel is even worst. That is certainly a harsh way to start a review, but sometimes criticism is needed to improve.
I found the length of the shorts really inappropriate… they are shorter than in movies such as VHS or Trick or Treat, a format that fails at captivating the audience, and yet each of them feels too long – and seems like an eternity, unlike its counterpart ABCs of Death where the boring bits could be easily overlooked. Or maybe they just feel long because they are boring… the shorts lack any sorts of punch and are all really stereotyped. One of the only good points lies in that the movie is well filmed. But the lack of any twist or any sort of original ideas cannot be compensated by any camera tricks, and the results is far below average.
Thereee are so many good anthologies these days that it is very difficult to recommend this one. Instead, turn to the excellent Tales of Halloween or A Christmas Stories.