Director: Steve Brill
Look, Adam Sandler movies are not my thing, but we'd been drinking.
This is a perfectly good Halloween comedy, and is more or less exactly what you expect out of a an Adam Sandler comedy, if you like that sort of thing. It is also feels weirdly more like it *understands* Halloween more than almost any film I've seen. It gets what the holiday is, and doesn't need to make the lead *hate* Halloween and be won over by the holiday. And doesn't oversell what happens on Halloween.
While Sandler doesn't exactly light up the critical heavens with each release, he clearly has made his sets somewhere people want to be. The cast on this thing is amazing, including faces I haven't seen since, like, Happy Gilmore. And everyone gets a chance to be funny. It's really generous, cooperative stuff.
Probably safe for 11 and up.