First of all, the animated opening sequence inspired by pop-up books is great fun, and sets the mood for what is to follow.
Sweet Tooth: I love that this plays on both the traditions of parents stealing their kids' Halloween candy (not that *I* would ever do such a thing...) and traditional ghost stories/urban legends that tend to get passed around from kid to kid.
The Night Billy Raised Hell: Watching Barry Bostwick chew the scenery is pretty fun, the twist is pretty fun, the sound effects are completely ridiculous. and fun.
Trick: Possibly my favorite of the anthology. Deliciously mean-spirited in that way that only horror can be, with a theme of the weak triumphing over the powerful? Yeah, that's my jam.
The Weak and the Wicked: Hmmm, kinda meh for me, honestly -despite (as the title indicates) also having a theme of the weak triumphing over the powerful.
Grim Grinning Ghost: Definitely my least favorite. That's a helluva lot of set-up for basically a single mediocre jump scare.
Ding Dong: What. the. hell. did. I. just. watch!? I still don't know exactly how I feel about this one.
This Means War: BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHA *inhale* HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Sometimes, my tastes are simple.
Friday the 31st: This is tied with "Trick" as one of my favorites. Goofy animation and multiple horror movie homages. Keep your eyes out for some fun easter eggs for horror fans.
The Ransom of Rusty Rex: Gotta love a good plot twist, and a kidnapping going horribly awry is always a fun one.
Bad Seed: Okay, I think the previous two have to be in a tie for second place, THIS one is my favorite. This is exactly the sort of thing that makes me laugh like a hyena. Sometimes I just like really silly, corny things.