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Halloween Party

USA 2012
produced by
Mark Cardone, Linda Palmer, Sandy Robinson for Runaway Productions
directed by Linda Palmer
starring Elle Newlands, Frank Gangarossa, Chris Pentzell, Christine Blackburn, David Banks, Andrea Leithe, Danny Pardo, Skyler Cooper, Jennifer Popagain, Elina Madison, Anora Lyn, Rachel Sorsa, Daniel Schweiger, Karyss Gonzalez, Hannes Phinney, Scott Simerly jr, Justin Anderson, Pamela McDaniel, Ben Hanfling, Steven Hayes, Walter Ruskin, Julia Silverman, Phillip Wheeler, Weston Walls, Brooklyn Palmer, Burt Linnetz, Chrysta Brashier, Bobby Browne, Mary E. Lansing, Matthew Calamia, Mark Cardone, Michelle Conry, Brittany Ann Cormack, David Forsyth, Cydney Griffin, Kiva Hewett, Johnny Hoops, Ronna Jones, Brandon Kendall, Syieta LeWandowski, Paula Mitchell Manning, Rob Robinson, Juan Ahisar Sanchez, Anthony Santos, Jasmine Schulze, Ellyn Berkowitz Silverman, Karen Lee-Glance Smith, Cole Stillwagon, Mycel Stokes, Michael Vitiello, Alan Waserman, Briana Banuelos, Marissa Garcia, Angelina Hume, Gabriella Hume, Meami Johnson, Mizzouri Johnson, Madison McCarthy, Erin McQuown
story by Linda Palmer, Mark Cardone, Betsy Morris, screenplay by Linda Palmer, Laree' D. Griffith, music by Zuzo Moussawer

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Erin (Elle Newlands) hasn't been all that successful with the male of the species lately, so the last thing she wants for Halloween is to spend it at a party with one-night stand Donny (David Banks) she just couldn't get rid off since - and that's exactly what her friends Ben (Chris Pentzell) and Julie (Christine Blackburn) coarse her into when they invite them to their big Halloween party. To keep Donny at a distance, she picks up Mason (Frank Gangarossa) and asks him to accompany her, not knowing that he's not just some dude dressed up as a homeless person for the occasion but an actual homeless person who was just passing by. Of course Mason says yes, as this means free food, and at first Erin is even charmed by him, but then she finds out that he might actually be homeless, and when Donny finds out, all hell breaks loose. But that's only one of the stories that goes on at the party, because it seems that everybody brought their problems to the occasion, even the hosts who feel they have lost touch with their own daughter (Brooklyn Palmer) despite their best efforts.


While Halloween Party actually is about the creepiest holiday of the year, it's actually a rather sweet film, basically a romantic comedy in story - but with the whole cast in enjoyably silly costumes, some intentionally crude humour, writing that aspires more than to just fulfill the clichées, a directorial effort that picks up on all this, and a cast uniformly up to the task make this a rather entertaining little romp!


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