Watch THE LAST HALLOWEEN For Free!

Written by Martin Unsworth Friday, 24 October 2014

Movie News

Regular readers will remember a recent HORROR OBSCURA in STARBURST issue 402 which took a look at some wonderful short films. One of those included was Marc Roussel’s THE LAST HALLOWEEN, which in honour of the season has been made available online for free.

Based on the comic book by Mark Thibodeau, it’s all kinds of awesome. The synopsis goes like this:

The city is quiet; the streets, deserted. It doesn’t much feel like Halloween, and yet four young trick-or-treaters – a Ghost, a Devil, a Grim Reaper and a Witch – make their way through the night, door to door and house by house, gathering up an unlikely harvest of kindness amid the devastated wreckage of society’s collapse.

In a world where the only rule is that there are no rules anymore, it is perhaps a fitting irony that it should all come down to this… a simple choice between two starkly different options.  The Last Halloween is here at last, and the time has come to make your choice.  So, what will it be?  Trick? Or treat?

Now watch the whole short below:

You must have the Adobe Flash Player installed to view this player.

You can find out more about THE LAST HALLOWEEN, director Marc Roussel and co-writer Mark Thibodeau, and Red Sneakers Media, Russell’s production company at their website.

SHARE YOUR COMMENTS BELOW OR ON TWITTER @STARBURST_MAG

Find your local STARBURST stockist HERE, or buy direct from us HERE. For our digital edition (available to read on your iOS, Android, Amazon, Windows 8, Samsung and/or Huawei device - all for just £1.99), visit MAGZTER DIGITAL NEWSSTAND.

CLICK TO BUY!

MORE FROM AROUND THE WEB:



Suggested Articles:
Following the news this week that Bond 25 has been set for a November 2019 release, now comes an upd
After yesterday’s news that the next James Bond movie has been booked in for a November 2019 relea
With Sony currently developing a Bloodshot adaptation, it appears that Jared Leto is the frontrunner
Jim, Jim, Jim. Really? As well as currently working on four Avatar sequels, James Cameron has now r
scroll back to top

Add comment

Security code
Refresh

Sign up today!
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner