A small town Halloween festival finds itself intruded upon by an evil carnival with designs upon imprisoning and feeding off the souls of unwary teenagers.
Targeted are four high school friends, who's two leaders, Kellen and Beth (not quite a dating couple), suddenly find themselves with alternate romantic choices (namely, carnival temptress Lilith and tall, dark, handsome transfer student Hunter).
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“When I first unearthed this photo, I was like, ‘Are you kidding me? ’ ”But it wasn’t only the trickle-down genetics and era-specific fashion that resonated. “Not like people would necessarily have pictures of me at home, but it’s almost like I never at home. That was the biggest takeaway for me.” She pauses and smiles.“When I was making movies, I just didn’t want to tell a depressing story; I wanted to tell one about some type of self-improvement. I want optimism and joy.’ At the same time, I don’t like magic-wand happy endings—and now I don’t like magic-wand makeup or magic-wand clothes.” It makes sense that Barrymore is skeptical of instant fixes—she’s always been the kind of person who puts the work in.She started collecting her first paychecks as a toddler and was legally emancipated at 14.“So it’s nothing tight, not big and boxy, more of a fluid drape that feels like the ’20s, ’40s, and ’70s.Not utterly casual but efforted in its effortlessness.“I’m very conscious about the way people feel,” Barrymore says of how she looks at her growing empire.