That's ridiculous. I also find it ridiculous that they changed when Day Light Saving's Time ends. Now, it's still completely bright out when kids are Trick-or-Treating.
Growing up, we never started Trick-or-Treating until it was dark. And then, we just went for as long as we could tolerate. One year, my best friend and I went to every house in the condominium complex we lived in, then we hit up the apartments next door, then the houses across the street, then the apartment complex across from there. We hit up even more houses on our way back home. The only reason we even headed home when we did was because our bags were getting really heavy and a lot of houses were out or candy. When we got home, we each weighed our bags. We had ten pounds of candy each. I think we had started at, like, seven or so, then got home at around eleven?
This past year, I went Trick-Or-Treating with my sister. Most houses wouldn't even open the door for us. We'd see someone walk by the door, then walk away. (I was twenty-one, and whilst my mom suggested I stop Trick-or-Treating once I turned eighteen, my sister likes me to go with her, and the first year I went with her, I didn't bring a bag and people kept giving me candy, anyway.) We'll probably still go this year, though. We've been trying to get our youngest sister to go with us, but she feels she's too old to be doing that. The younger one and I want to dress up as Ed, Edd, and Eddy, but we need the youngest to make it complete.