Horror anthologies like 1982?s Creepshow are hit-or-miss propositions. The four-chapter, Halloween-themed Trick ‘r Treat was produced by X-Men maestro Bryan Singer and has a few good scares. But it isn’t sure whether it wants to go for laughs or goosebumps. True Blood?s Anna Paquin stands out as a virgin who isn?t as pure as she seems. An animated short is the only EXTRA. B-
TRICK 'R TREAT Forget vampires, Anna Paquin is just trying to avoid the Big Bad Wolf (Joe Lederer/Warner Brothers)
Starring: Anna Paquin; Runtime (in minutes): 82; MPAA Rating: R
Posted November 11 2009 — 12:00 AM EST
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