Well, I don't know what All Saints Day is, so i'm exempt.
All Saints' Day is the New Year's Day to Halloween's New Year's Eve.
I meant that in reference to temporal positioning. Halloween is the Eve to which All Saints' is the Day.
Of course, modern culture has caused the Eve to almost totally eclipse the Day. Unlike Christmas Day which still holds enough meaning to be recognized as the main event over Christmas Eve, but very much like New Year's Eve which is (admittedly, kinda nebulous as it's the transition between the days in particular that society celebrates rather than any particular day) the day that people go out and celebrate over New Year's Day (since they'll be too drunk on that day to do more than sleep off their hangovers).
Of course this is all Catholic/Christian/Western Society/etc. nonsense and mostly just an excuse to get out and party.