Epic Entertainment has released the details of their upcoming horror anthology “Tales Of Halloween”. The feature flick will star Barry Bostwick, John Landis and Stuart Gordon. The rest of the cast consists of Pat Healy, Barry Bostwick, Noah Segan, Booboo Stewart, Greg Grunberg, Clare Kramer, Alex Essoe, Lin Shaye, Dana Gould, James Duval, Elissa Dowling, Grace Phipps, Pollyana McIntosh, Marc Senter, Tiffany Shepis, John F. Beach, Trent Haaga, Casey Ruggieri, Kristina Klebe, Cerina Vincent, John Savage, Keir Gilchrist, Nick Principe, Amanda Moyer, Jennifer Wenger, Sam Witwer, Jose Pablo Cantillo, Ben Woolf, Caroline Williams, Robert Rusler, Cameron Easton, Austin Falk, Madison Iseman, Daniel Dimaggio, Natalie Castillo, Ben Stillwell and Hunter Smit.
The film has cameos from Joe Dante, John Landis, Adam Green, Adam Pascal, Adrianne Curry, Mick Garris, Lombardo Boyer, Graham Skipper, Stuart Gordon, Greg McLean, Spooky Dan Walker and Adrienne Barbeau. “Tales Of Halloween” will showcase ten stories woven together by their shared theme of Halloween night in an American suburb, where ghouls, imps, aliens and axe murderers appear for one night only to terrorize unsuspecting residents.
“In Tales of Halloween, every role is filled with iconic figures,” said Epic Pictures Co-Founder Shaked Berenson. “It’s a big bloody love letter made by horror fans for horror fans.”
“Tales Of Halloween” will showcase ten stories woven together by their shared theme of Halloween night in an American suburb, where ghouls, imps, aliens and axe murderers appear for one night only to terrorize unsuspecting residents.
“Tales Of Halloween” will showcase the following ten short stories:
‘Trick’ directed by Adam Gierasch
‘Bad Seed’ directed by Neil Marshall
‘Grimm Grinning Ghost’ directed by Axelle Carolyn
“The Weak and the Wicked’ directed by Paul Solet
‘Friday the 31st’ directed by Mike Mendez
‘The Ransom of Rusty Rex’ directed by Ryan Schifrin
‘This means War’ directed by Andrew Kasch and John Skipp
‘The Night Billy raised Hell’ directed by Darren Lynn Bousman
‘Sweet Tooth’ directed by Dave Parker
‘Ding Dong’ directed by Lucky McKee