– (2012) – A guy returns home (with his girlfriend) to a Halloween attraction that’s ruined by an escaped convict. There’s much to do about a villain named “Pitchfork,” but too much time is spent on his dull lore. Pretends to set up the next household villain, but the bulk of the production is dedicated to drivel.
– (1987) – Jokester parents and their children contend with spirits in their new home. A full-length sequel/remake to a TV episode that exploits the rampant obnoxiousness of the original while failing to build on anything unique. The Halloween atmosphere is appreciated, but the kid friendly antics become nauseating fast.
– (1989) – Anthology of four stories that focus on a murderous pool, a Halloween Scrooge, movie set zombies, and a haunted house. Though the stories are far from original, they do display an ambitious care for horror. The acting is atrocious, the overdubbing hysterical, and the cheap F/X highly amusing.