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31 Favorite Horror Movies
#31. Trick R Treat (2007)
Directed by Michael Dougherty
Four interwoven stories that occur on Halloween.
- "My my. What big eyes you have" - Laurie
- "Eight jack-o-lanterns, eight victims. So we’re gonna place these jack-o-lanterns down by the lake as an offering to those who died." - Sara
- "That’s right. There’s another tradition. A very important one. Always check your candy." - Steven
- Most of the Jack O’ Lanterns were made out of either foam or ceramic. An on-set joke was that no pumpkins were harmed during the making of this movie.
- Characters from each story are frequently seen in the background of stories they are not involved with. This is to help piece together the chronology of the movie.
- The name of the character Sam is derived from Samhain, the ancient Celtic festival of the dead from which modern-day Halloween is derived. Despite having been portrayed as such in this film and several other works, Samhain is not a deity or other personage of ancient Celtic polytheism; it is only the name of the celebration. However, the idea of being either a deity or other personage dates back to at least the late first century, largely thanks to an Irish bishop named Cormac mac Cuilennàin and his book “Sanas Cormaic” (Irish Gaelic for “Cormac’s Narrative”), which had identified Samhain as such.
- The film had many title changes before filming began. Originally titled Season’s Greetings, it was changed because it sounded too much like a Christmas film. Then it was called Halloween Terrors, Jack O’ Lantern Tales, October the 31st, and Trick or Treat. The final title was kept but since there was already a movie of the same name out, they changed the spelling to Trick ‘r Treat.
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"Don’t Forget The Phantom Fisherman"- The gang tries to solve the mystery of a July 4th celebration phantom, who haunts the festivities by leaving cryptic notes.
"Scooby-Doo and the Malpractice Malice"- Scooby and the gang investigate a small town’s legend of a doctor gone mad. Will they get a clean bill of health or flatline?
"Scooby-Doo and the Consumer Affair Scare"- The gang gets locked in a shopping mall overnight, where they find shopping can cost you an arm and a leg!
"Scooby-Doo and the Slumber Blunder"- The gang’s sleepover party is threatened when an uninvited guest pays a visit. Will they count sheep or sleep with the fishes?