Matt Hurt’s review published on Letterboxd :
It's hard to rate anthology films here. With 10 different stories told over 90 minutes and change, Tales of Halloween has some good and some bad elements. The bad out numbers the good in that most of the stories are a little too over the top with either goofy humor, poor acting, or both. But when Tales of Halloween is good, it can be pretty fun and deliciously gory.
It was kind of fun. I don't regret watching it. But it's not something I see myself ever revisiting. Also, the obvious comparison to draw is the one between this and Trick r Treat. Though the movies are similar in spirit, you know within 5 minutes of Tales of Halloween that Trick r Treat is on an entirely different, better level.