Movie Review

Halloween: Trick or Treat?

Not Rated

Excellent!
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Primary Audience:
Teens Adults
Genre:
Christian Documentary
Length:
56 min.
Halloween: Trick or Treat?

Featuring: Chuck Smith, Caryl Matrisciana, Hal Lindsey | Produced and Distributed by: Jeremiah Films

This highly informative video traces the pagan origins and history of Halloween. The Pagan/Occult calendar of Druids, Witches, Pagans and Satanists marks Halloween as one of their highest “holy days.” This video uncovers the mystic Druidic rites and ceremonies with which “Samhain” (Halloween) was originally observed thousands of years ago. The occult rituals seen in this video are real and not re-enactments.

All the seemingly innocent symbolism of Halloween—black cats, snakes, broomsticks, bonfires, “trick or treat,” jack-o-lanterns, apple dunking and costumes—has its roots in Sorcery, Witchcraft and Satanism. Parents’ responsibilities are challenged to decide whether to allow their children to participate in celebrations which glorify Pagan Occultism.

This video features Chuck Smith, Caryl Matrisciana and Hal Lindsey, as well as a number of Witches, Satanists and law enforcement officials.

This dramatic exposé will change your opinion of Halloween forever!

Viewer CommentsSend your comments
Positive
Positive—“Halloween: Trick or Treat?” was shown in my youth group. It was very interesting to see the dark side of Halloween—especially when so many people now think that it’s harmless.
My Ratings: Moral rating: Good / Moviemaking quality: 4
—Beth, age 25 (USA)
Positive—…It was helpful for us to learn the origins and traditions of Halloween. It is not a Christian holiday! That’s obvious. Many people are involved in something of which they should be ashamed. God provided many other Christian resources (books, ministries, tapes, and DVDs) that have solidified our decision not to observe Halloween. Instead we have a family fun night and fellowship with other believers, singing hymns and worshiping God.

I highly recommend this film for parents. I would NOT show this film to children. There is a family friendly version available called, Halloween: Have You Been Tricked?
My Ratings: Moral rating: Excellent! / Moviemaking quality: 4
—Julie, age 42 (USA)
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