I'm not going to reveal too much of the plot here, because the story in this movie twists, turns, overlaps on itself, and comes together in the end, and It would be a shame to spoil it for you. Instead, I'll give you the official Warner Brother's synopsis to chew on:
|As a Michigander, Ohio has always creeped us out.|
|They should run.|
|She likes murder too.|
Trick 'r Treat has a very lighthearted feel about it, and yet it also gave us plenty of tension and fear to chew on. This movie wasn't very "scary," but it definitely had moments that thoroughly creeped us out; creepy masked people standing and staring usually does that to me though.
This movie has also given us an new all-time great horror icon in Sam, the creepy little costumed kid who may just be the physical manifestation of the spirit of Samhain itself. I hope we get to see more of him in other movies, or at least comic books or something; he was a truly awesome character.
|Oh boy... you should have given him that Twix bar!|
|"Why didn't you clean your room?!?"|
This movie would have killed at the Box Office.
|Anna Paquin is not pleased with Warner Bros. either, and rightly so.|
|Alright, this picture is fairly specific, but it's too good not to post.|
|Treats. They are definitely treats.|
|Big eyes indeed.|
|Also, don't piss Sam off.|
Do not miss out on this one.
Trick 'r Treat is available now on Blu-ray, DVD, and VOD.
Sam; the mascot of Trick 'r Treat, and the physical embodiment of Halloween itself. He's an instant classic, that one.
Oh, and if you're dismayed because you were expecting to see The Ladies of Trick 'r Treat in this section instead of Sam, fear not... we gave them their own post! Click HERE to check them out.