Bring it on! http://www.newsinfilm.com/2009/10/08/trick-r-treat-director-considering-a-sequel/ Michael Dougherty, the writer/director of the long-delayed Trick ‘r Treat, has been doing press interviews to promote the release of the cult horror film. After three years of toiling through development at Warner Bros, the movie finally hit DVD shelves on Tuesday, and it’s definitely worth a look. The R-rated movie is an anthology of four twisted and interwoven Halloween stories. I won’t give anything away, but they’re the kind of tales you’d tell during an eerie night around a campfire or while holding a flashlight under your chin. Dougherty shows them with such precision and clever direction that on film it’s just creepy and fun. If you’ve had the chance to see it already, you’re probably wondering why WB dumped it to DVD without giving it at a chance in theaters. I wish I could tell you. It’s cast includes “True Blood” star Anna Paquin, the beautiful Lauren Lee Smith and Leslie Bibb, Dylan Baker, and Brian Cox, so it’s a wonder they couldn’t find a way to market it with a little positive word of mouth. Look at Paranormal Activity. Luckily, the movie is the number one horror movie on Amazon and 13th for overall DVDs. It’s outselling Transformers 2. If you can find a copy, that is if it isn’t sold out or rented, you should pick it up especially with the spooky season around the corner. If it does well on DVD, which it sounds like it will, Dougherty told MTV he already has part of a sequel planned out. “Because it’s an anthology film, it lends itself to telling another four stories which would intertwine – but I think you could take the film and explore how Halloween was celebrated in different locations, different time periods, and the one consistent character would be Sam, the mascot.” Sam is the frightening little orange fellow seen on the poster (pictured above). Dougherty already has the villain and main character picked out, plus a bit of the stories that will wind together in a potential sequel. If he has it his way, there would be another Trick ‘r Treat every Halloween. Hopefully he’ll be back to direct as well.