The first short film, Amateur Night, is a strong start to the overall anthology. In fact, it ended up being my second favourite short, although there was unfortunately only three shots that I really enjoyed. It's able to maintain tension for its entire visit, opening incredibly sexy and then quickly escalating to a disturbing, violent and creepy level, especially thanks to a rather traumatising performance from Hannah Fierman. It's a short that's difficult not to be intrigued by.
The third short film, Tuesday the 17th, has a lot more going for it than some of the other films. While I didn't exactly enjoy it, per say, I did like what they were trying to do. Technologically speaking, this film should be crowned the winner. Its effects, editing and camera work are probably the best out of all five shorts. They just can't sustain any tension or scares and the dialogue gets to a point where it's laughable. What a title though.
The fifth and final short film, 10/31/98, is easily the best short film of the lot. It starts out with a few unoriginal scares and a by the numbers plot line, but once things get going they really get going. It's creative, creepy and unpredictable, fully utilising the haunted house/demon summoning storyline and featuring an ending that's quite a way to go out.