Wasn't that the "holiday" the bad guys were celebrating in the first "Crow" movie?
EDIT: After checking the link you provided, yes, it is:
"Devil's Night is an integral part of the 1994 film The Crow
. Set in Detroit, the film shows in flashbacks the murder of Eric Draven (Brandon Lee
), and the rape and murder of his fiancée Shelley Webster (Sofia Shinas
) on Devil's Night. At a meeting of criminal underworld figures later in the film, the main villain Top Dollar (Michael Wincott
) is portrayed as having started the first fires himself, which were later emulated by others. He declares that the practice has become tiresome as "it's all been done before", referencing the perceived popularity of Devil's Night by claiming that there are even Devil's Night greeting cards. He intends to further escalate the destruction annually wrought by his organization by "setting a fire so big the gods will notice us again!". His plan is halted by Draven, who ultimately kills him in retaliation for ordering the murder of Draven and his fiancé."