Written by: Scotty
All parents understand the importance of getting the right toy for their child at Christmas. The last thing any parent wants to deal with is a screaming child over the holidays when they did not get exactly what they wanted. We have all been there one time or another when what you really wanted was a Gizmo doll but you got the creepy Teddy Ruxpin. Finding that perfect toy for your child is key, to leave them in wonder for days, weeks or months to come…until the next one comes out that is.
Derek Quinn is so happy that the Christmas season is underway and is trying to figure out what his parents had gotten him for the holiday. Being two weeks before Christmas, his imagination is running rampant with the thoughts of what is hidden under the tree. One night, the doorbell rings and his parents neglect to answer. Investigating who was at the door Derek finds a nicely wrapped present addressed to him. Being curious, he starts to unwrap his gift from the unknown sender, but his father catches him in the act. Sending Derek back to bed, his father was also curious to what was inside of the box and unwrapped it himself. What he found was a gift that would change his family’s life forever.
Derek watched as his present came to life and attacked his father. Not being able to help his old man, Derek cried as the toy killed his father, then went back to its neutral state on the floor. Being traumatized before Christmas was not something Derek of his mother Sarah had envisioned for the holidays. Not talking since the attack, Derek takes to listening to his tape player and sleeping with his mother on a nightly basis. Sarah tries her hardest to break her son out of the state of shock by taking him to the local toy shop, Petto’s, but Derek is not willing to play with or even look at a new toy that he is unfamiliar with.
Joe Petto’s son, Pino is very interested in the boy’s wellbeing as well and tries to find something special for the boy, but when interrupting his father’s sales pitch, Pino is sent away. A stranger is watching as all of this transpires in the toy shop and is very intrigued by the toys, along with the Quinn’s. The stranger returns to his hotel room and takes them apart and reassembles them there when the supervisor comes to collect money for the past week. Not having any current funds, the stranger gives the supervisor a toy for payment, but the toy does more than bargained for as it attacks the old man on his drive home. Toys that are meant for young Derek are killing the people that receive them instead, but someone is targeting the boy and nobody knows why.
Silent Night, Deadly Night 5 follows Sarah and Derek Quinn as they try to make it through their first Christmas with no father in the house. With their neighbors giving ideas of what to do and an old toy maker trying his best to amuse the boy, no one seems to be able to get the smiles back on their faces. The stranger, Noah is doing his research on the Quinn’s, but also is looking into the Petto’s toy shop with great interest as someone there is making Christmas very unhappy for some of its customers. Joe Petto and Pino are working through the nights to make sure that every present is up to par with their standards, but with someone new lurking around, the surprises the toys possess may be more than what their customers are bargaining for.
With someone trying to take Christmas away from unsuspecting families with killer toys, this is by far one of the more disturbing Christmas horror movies. Silent Night, Deadly Night 5 is on its own as you are trying to figure out who the killer really is and what each of his killer toys can do. All of the main characters are utilized in the storyline as you keep your guessing, even Kim from the previous feature is included for a small roll. A strange conclusion to the Silent Night, Deadly Night saga and it will keep you wondering if there could possibly be another installment as tensions continue to grow during the holiday seasons. You never know. Happy Holidays!
Written by: Scotty
Everyone is looking for a good way to get promoted these days. If you are going above and beyond at your current job, or trying to find a new way to get noticed in the workplace, that's the honest and best way to do it. But some people are extremely sneaky and are able to capitalize on someone’s downfall or lack of persistence. Not always having the insight to what employers are looking for to be advanced in the workplace is one of the hardest things for everyone to deal with, but if you see that opportunity present itself, you have to jump on it.
Kim is looking for the inside track of moving up at her newspaper. Being a low level employee and working on the classifieds along with the calendar, she is ready for something much more challenging. Seeing a strange story hit the wire at the office with a burning woman jumping from the top of the building in the town, Kim is ready to take her shot at becoming an investigating reporter. Without permission from the editor, Kim takes to the street and is ready to make a name for herself.
While trying to determine if anyone in the area knew the flaming victim, Kim meets a very nice women named Fima that runs the local book shop. Although Kim has her sights set on finding the reason why the deceased was only burned from the waist down, Fima is trying her hardest to befriend the young reporter. Giving Kim an old text about symbols and sacrifices, Fima is more than willing to answer any question that comes her way, but something strange is looming around the bookstore and the owner.
Kim works every angle she knows when pursuing her investigation, but seems to be lost when just walking down the halls of the building, missing all of the symbols on the walls. Arriving home, she is met with an onslaught of bugs in her normally clean apartment with some of the symbols from the book being recreated right in front of her eyes. Without understanding what is really happening, she tries to turn to her boyfriend for reassurance that she is doing the right thing, but he seems to be focused on one thing only in their relationship and that is not going to help Kim.
Silent Night, Deadly Night 4 takes a different spin as you are introduced into a local coven of witches that are focused on bringing Kim into the light. Led by Fima who has been missing her daughter for many years, she sees that Kim appears to be a woman with strong morals and an imagination that can be swayed to seeing the right ways of living. Along with her coven, Fima works every friendship angle possible to turn Kim against the norm and bring her into the realm. When Kim tries to back out of the rituals being performed upon her, Fima uses her strong witchcraft powers against her causing all kinds of problems for the young woman.
Talk about taking a page out of the series and just writing a new one, Silent Night, Deadly Night 4 has no feel of the first three in the series. Only referencing one of the previous films in passing, this is really a stand alone Christmas horror flick. Witches trying to strengthen their coven with a new addition, along with a young woman’s faith being challenged like no other will keep you shaking your heads. Not a slasher movie, but more of psychological thriller that leaves you wondering what really happened and what was only happening in Kim’s mind. Watch at your own risk as this movie diverges from the original Santa Killer story line and adds its own mark to the series. Happy Holidays!
Written by: John Edward Betancourt
There are some films that more or less tell the story in one motion picture. The characters learn what they need to learn, the story is more or less resolved and even then...sometimes the mystery of not having the story resolved is in its own special way the closure we need.
But in horror, this is rarely the case. There is always a way to resurrect the monster or the evil, whether we like it or not. One such film that managed to continue the story when it more or less seemed to be wrapped up was Waxwork II: Lost in Time.
After the events of the wax museum, something has survived and it has followed one of the survivors home, brutally killing Sarah's stepfather before being destroyed. Now facing jail time for a crime she didn't commit and the evidence missing, the only other survivor from the museum, Mark, helps her search for a way to clear her name. But her salvation will not come easy, for their search will take them through time and space...
I guess this film is a case of slap the title on a totally different idea and magically try to bind it to the last movie. Because, there is no Wax or museum in this film outside of a recap of the events of the first film. I mean, come on, they travel through time, and not through various wax museums.
In fact, the homage concept that was featured in the first film, is amplified in this film and explained away as the stories we know and love exist in pocket dimensions throughout time, and we are treated to reenactments of many a horror classic, including Dawn of the Dead.
But all awesome homages and valiant attempts to liven up the concept of the film aside, this is a rough, rough sequel. Already the fact that the core concept disappears hurts this flick, and the over the top campiness and odd idea of traveling through time or, dimensions into our favorite horror stories is a little confusing, especially when the title says Lost in Time.
This is more of a must see for B movie lovers who require a healthy dose of cheese and make sure you keep your eyes peeled for an awesome couple of cameos from Star Trek: The Next Generation's Marina Sirtis (Counselor Troi) and the legendary Bruce Campbell, seriously, I'm not joking, Bruce Campbell is in this. Here's proof.
If anything, Bruce is worth the price of the DVD alone, but outside of that, this is pretty standard direct to video 1980's horror fare. Enjoy the homages, enjoy sir Bruce and once again, make sure you go in expecting nothing...
Written by: John Edward Betancourt
Growing up I had the unpleasant opportunity to visit a wax museum and quite frankly, what a creepy place. Empty faces, lifeless eyes and what appeared to be frozen flesh made every moment of walking through the place unnerving. Being young my imagination went wild, wondering if these ugly little things would come to life at night, and thanking the stars they didn't while I was there.
I know that I'm not the only one that had such thoughts visiting a place like that, like most children I wondered what else came to life at night and thankfully for all of us, there are films to fulfill our day dreams of yesteryear. Case in point, one horror film decided to answer the question as to what would happen if a wax museum came to life with, Waxwork.
There is a new Wax Museum in town, one unlike any others. Its displays seem so life like and the faces frozen behind the wax seem to be locked in a moment of utter terror. Six college students that visit the museum quickly learn why. Each display is a gateway to another world, one living and breathing the setup of the display. The living dead, vampires and werewolves all live here and in order to cross over into our world they need the unfortunate souls that step across the border. The "curator" of the museum has a master plan, to trade a few errant souls to bring this menagerie of evil to life, so that the monsters of our nightmares will rule the world.
If Waxwork needs one solid word to describe it, that word has to be homage. Because all of your horror favorites appear in this bad boy. I already mentioned a few in the synopsis, but there are more to be found. Jack the Ripper, mummies, mutants and aliens, the list goes on and on. Which means that this movie should be buckets upon buckets of awesome, but alas...it truly is a B movie through and through.
There are a couple of solid names in the film, the legendary David Warner and Zach Galligan from Gremlins anchor the cast, but the rest of the movie leaves something to be desired. There's quite a bit of cheesy special effects for starters, making the scares turn to laughs in quick fashion.
But, the movie is a unique concept, it just...isn't scary. There is little connection to the characters to give you reason to care about these kids and while the idea of having all this evil take over the world raises the stakes, there's a lot of comedy and camp in this movie to bring the terror to a screeching halt.
It's worth a look for horror fans who would like to see some legends we've yet to see on screen come to life, but make sure you watch it with zero expectations because this one is just okay.
Written by: Scotty
One wish that everyone has for Christmas is to know what they will get under the tree. Most people have to wait and see, but if you have some sort of psychic ability, you may have an unfair advantage to the wrapped secrets that are awaiting you. Although being surprised is one of the greatest things on Christmas morning, most of us still would like to know what it is going to be, that is why we are always searching the house for hours on end, trying to find the presents our parents have hidden throughout the year.
Laura, a young psychic who also happens to be blind has no problems knowing what the holiday will bring her. Being part of an experiment Dr. Newbury is conducting when trying to transmit dreams from one person to another, Laura is privy to seeing things that no one should see. The test subject that she is attached to is Ricky Caldwell, the younger brother of Billy who is better known as the Santa Killer. Although Ricky was gunned down while trying to instill his morals taught to him by Mother Superior a year before, somehow he is still alive, but in a coma.
When Laura sees everything that has happened via dreams from the deranged mind of Ricky, she is no longer willing to be part of the ongoing experiments with her special abilities. Having developed this psychic ability, along with her blindness at the same time, she wants nothing more than to live her life and not to be a burden to her younger brother Chris. With it being Christmas Eve and getting very little respect from the hospital staff where the tests are being conducted, Laura sees more than she has bargained for as Ricky starts to awaken from his yearlong slumber.
Silent Night, Deadly Night 3 takes place one year post Ricky Caldwell’s escape from the asylum. Having been shot many times and ending the life of the one person he blamed for his brothers demise, he had nothing else to live for. Dr. Newbury had a different idea when Ricky’s next to dead body was delivered to the hospital. Trying to see inside of the mind of a killer, the doctor goes for psychic links between a volunteer and Ricky. Laura was the perfect candidate, having little to nothing left after a tragic accident that left her parents dead and her blind. As the psychic link grows stronger between her and Ricky, she sees more than her fair share of horrible things, but the link goes both ways and now with Ricky awake, he knows where to find his next victims….to Grandma’s house he goes.
As the saga of Silent Night, Deadly Night grows, the movies become extremely different. Still following how the Caldwell boys have changed the outlook of Christmas, no one is willing to except that they or their powers could continue to run havoc, even after death. With Lt. Connely trying to figure out where Ricky could be going, or how he could know where to go after being gunned down so long ago, Connely discovers that the powers of psychics are real and something new to be feared. With Ricky trying to find his way back to Grandma’s house, he won't be stopped by anyone that gets in his way and is determined to find the person who woke him.
Not the best of the movies by far, but the third installment will keep you on your toes as you get plenty of laughs from Laura ragging on her younger brother's new girlfriend. With all of the killing happening in the background, the hospital staff failing to stop what appears to be a zombie is humorous, but also sad and realistic. With someone that has been a vegetable for the past year that has regained more motor functions than most elderly people and is able to kill, drive and kill some more makes for an unbelievable ride. You had better watch out, as Santa Claus will be coming to town soon enough. Happy Holidays!
Written by: Scotty
For some people Christmas is a time of giving and receiving gifts, for others it is a time of business. With shops staying open late to capitalize on the last minute customers along with some people trying to feed their families. In the northern regions, Christmas means the only time to hunt as some of the animal migrations begin and it is a prime time to fill their freezers.
This stands true for the residents of the Korvatunturi Mountains in Finland. Families of hunters and butchers plan out their holiday based on the yearly migration of the reindeer population moving down the mountains and into their livestock bins. However, when an American team arrives on the mountain top and starts to dig for something, all bets are off for the hunters and their families. Finding that almost all of the reindeer have been killed, the hunters are looking for payback to the tune of eighty seven thousand dollars a person.
Not knowing what to expect when demanding their reimbursement, the hunters approach the camp and find it empty with a large hole that expands the depths of the mountain. Moving back to their homes with no hope of finding any retribution for their loss, they find a strange naked bearded man who fell victim to one of the wolf traps. Thinking the man dead, the butcher tries to dispose of the body to keep from getting into trouble with the authorities. To his surprise, the old man was still alive and seemed to show signs of life whenever a child or gingerbread was near.
Pietari, the butcher’s son was doing his due diligence in researching what the Americans were looking for. Climbing up to the top of the mountain with one of his friends, he found that the team was looking for the lost tomb of Santa Claus. Thinking this was just a legend, Pietari found some old books that housed the original story of what Santa really did on Christmas Eve, leaving him terrified of what the old gift giver actually brings. Knowing more than the adults of the village, Pietari tries to warn them to the imminent threat, but being a child, he is shunned away until it is too late.
Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale follows young Pietari as he tries to find out what is really happening with his father’s business, along with becoming a strong member of his motherless household. When finding out the true story of Santa, Pietari tries his hardest to find out the fate of his friends that have now been replaced with a wicker doll from Santa. With the strange bearded visitor that is barley clinging to life, Pietari’s father and his friend think that they have captured the elusive Santa Claus and are going to hold him ransom until the American’s pay their lost wages for the winter, but what they really have found is something much worse as they discover that this man is one of many that will stop at nothing to appease their master.
A very enjoyable holiday romp, I will admit. With the alternate histories coming out of the woodwork on what and who Santa Claus really is just makes it a ton of fun to keep up on. Not just a mad killer that has been imprisoned for centuries, but a beast that has only one thing that it likes to feed on, children. Although this is a foreign film and it is subtitled, do not let that turn you away. With the lead kid being the center piece of the movie, you will learn that children may not only be naive, but also may have a little bit better insight to things that us as adults overlook. Happy Holidays!
Written by: Scotty
A week out from the Christmas Holiday, everyone is out trying to find those last minute gifts. It does not matter if you think you were finished months ago, there is always one more thing you need to stop and pick up for that special someone. When you are focused on one thing, you seem to lose focus to what is happening around you. Someone could be sick and you would barely notice because you just don’t have time to with all of the stress you have put on yourself.
An old man calls 911 to get some officers down to his street. He was bitten by a little girl on the hand for no reason other than trying to wipe the blood off of her face. When the squad car pulls up, the old man tells the officers that the little girl was back in her house across the street. There was some screaming, but now it is nice and quiet. The officers find the front door left open and this should have been the first sign to the officers that something was wrong, but any caution on their part didn't matter because they were met with something dead, or we can say undead.
Officers Frank Talbot and Nash Jackson have been partners for many years, but Nash is ready to end the relationship. Frank punched him in the face one drunken night and although Nash forgives him and would like to continue their friendship, he has to move on with his career. Knowing that Frank is going through some issues with his wife, Sarah, Nash tries his hardest to keep the friendship as strong as it was when they were younger. But with everything that Frank has done to him over the past couple of months, and now shooting off Nash’s big toe in lieu of a zombie attack, Nash is ready to call it quits.
Looking for a place to hold up and rest, the officers go to Nash’s apartment and Frank is shocked to see his wife sitting in the driveway. The three get into the building relatively unscathed, but have taken notice to the new menace that is running the streets below. With the world changing in front of their eyes, Frank and Sarah start to discuss what had gone wrong with their relationship while Nash lies down, passed out from the mending of his missing toe. Frank and Sarah fight as they always have before, and now seeing that Sarah has a bag in Nash’s apartment, Frank fears that his best friend is sleeping with his wife. With bigger issues outside of the door, Frank turns his attention to survival. Needing food, he scours the neighborhood for any supplies he can find, but while he is gone, Nash wakes up.
Silent Night, Zombie Night follows Officers Talbot and Jackson as they battle to survive the zombie outbreak, along with their friendship. Frank is kind of a loose cannon, which makes him the cop he is today, but with an itchy trigger finger, he is quick to shoot before seeing. Nash is just alone and looking for someone to connect with and with Sarah leaving her husband, Nash has a drunken confession that he has loved her longer than she could imagine. Sarah is now caught in a love triangle with her husband and his young partner. Putting their backs to the wall, the three devise a plan of survival, but it all goes downhill.
This is a fun zombie flick that will keep you watching even though the story line gets a bit lost in places. With your main character Frank finding out that the slow zombies hunt based on smell and being able to mask his own, watching him go wild in a group of them on the street is enjoyable. Batter Up. When Nash comes back into the picture, he should be the strongest, but he seems to be in the wrong place at the wrong time with his partner and finds out the hard way how much love can really cost you. With poor Sarah being stuck in the middle of this and it being right before Christmas, she is left with one of the hardest decisions of her life. Keep an eye on Santa this year, if he is moving kind of funny, he just may be a zombie. Happy Holidays!
Written by: Scotty
Having family around for the holidays seems to just make us all feel a little bit happier. The laughter that is shared by all, the crazy aunts and uncles telling the stories about your parents that should never have been repeated. Your brothers, sisters or cousins of the younger generation making fun of all of the grownups, until of course you get your presents.
Ricky has no family anymore, his mother and father were killed by Santa Claus many years ago. His brother had gone off the deep end and killed naughty people while dressed up as Santa himself. Ricky is now committed to an asylum for the insane. With his only visitors being psychologists, Ricky is sick and tired of answering the same questions over and over again.
The next psychologist brings in his recording station and starts to ask the common questions of Ricky once again. Being Christmas Eve, Ricky decides to give Doctor Bloom one last thrill and starts walking him through his life, step by step. Recounting his mother and father’s murder and all of the punishments his brother encountered in the orphanage, Ricky has exact detail for every event to deliver to the shrink. Then moving to when his brother Billy went on his Christmas Eve massacre, Ricky could not bring himself to blame his older brother for what he had done.
With the focus turned off of his brother and turned to himself, Ricky sits back and brings forth the details from his first murder, to his first love. Being brought up by Mother Superior, same as his brother, Ricky had a strict set of morals he would live by and being naughty in any way, shape or form would not go without a punishment. He was thanked for the first punishment he administered, and it was not even on Christmas. Making it through life and finding a young woman that could make him feel whole was all he wanted to do, but there are so many naughty people out there that require punishment.
Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 follows the same family as the first one does, just Billy’s younger brother Ricky is telling the story. Since his older brother was held responsible by the law for things the nuns had taught him, Ricky is looking to even the score. His brother had done nothing wrong, Mother Superior had installed this moral code on to all of the kids at St. Mary’s Orphanage and in no way should anyone not be punished for being naughty. When finding out that the love of his life was naughty as well, Ricky flipped and went on a little massacre of his own.
What can you say about the second installment of the Silent Night series? Well, it gives you enough background from the first film, since the first half of the movie is basically the story of Billy being told by his younger brother. Once Ricky gets to telling his own part of the story, the movie takes off and becomes a little bit more like the first. Holding onto his lifelong hatred of St. Mary’s Orphanage keeps Ricky focused on his overall goal. Punishment must be delivered to those who are Naughty and he is able to find a Santa Claus outfit and an axe at the end, just to make it feel right. Happy Holidays!
Written by: Scotty
One of the most traumatizing times of the year is Christmas, especially for the young ones. If Santa does not bring that one gift they really, really wanted, their year and in that moment, their lives will be ruined. We all know that is not the truth, but at that time in our lives, it sure felt that way.
Young Billy and his family are up at the retirement home visiting his grandfather on Christmas Eve. This is something the family has done for a couple years, but grandpa does not seem to notice them, being in a catatonic state. This year, grandpa wakes up and tells young Billy that ‘Christmas Eve is the scariest damn night of the year.’ Listening to every word, Billy waited for his grandfather to finish, then told his parents it was time to go, grandpa said so. No one believes Billy that grandpa woke up, much less delivered a warning about the Eve, but they left just the same.
On the other side of town a small town gas station is getting ready to shut down when a man dressed up in a Santa outfit comes in to pick up some items for his Christmas joy. The clerk starts to give the man a hard time, until he sees a gun pointed at his chest. He was being held up by Santa on Christmas Eve. Santa escapes with his liquor, along with a tank of gas and starts his trek out of town until his car breaks down. An unsuspecting family, Billy’s in fact, pulls up next to the stranded Santa and offers their assistance, it being Christmas Eve and all. Santa says he will take anything they would be willing to give him, then pulled the gun once again. Shooting Billy’s father in the head and slitting his mother’s throat, Billy would never be able to ask Santa for anything, for the rest of his life.
Two years later, Billy and his little brother Ricky are at the St. Mary’s Orphanage trying to grow up and forget what has happened in their past. Billy would do anything not to be naughty at this point, but Mother Superior was not willing to let anything slide when it came to this troubled youth. For things that were out of Billy’s control, the Mother would punish him to no end. This gave Billy his very strict set of morals that he would live by for the rest of his life.
Silent Night, Deadly Night follows young Billy as he grows into a man. Trying as hard as he can not to be naughty, as Mother Superior has taught him, Billy makes the best of working in a local toy shop without one complaint. Being one of the best employees in this shop is great, but on Christmas Eve, the regular Santa breaks his leg and Billy volunteers to take his spot for the night. Having flashbacks to his youth, Billy knows what is done to the naughty and that is what Santa must do on this Eve of Eves. After dispatching the staff at the toy shop, Billy focuses on his old home, the orphanage to take care of the naughty that live inside of its walls.
Christmas Horror movies would never be the same again as Silent Night, Deadly Night hit the screens. Having an axe wielding Santa running around town screaming ‘Naughty’ and ridding the world of those who he was taught were bad people certainly makes for a unique horror film. Making sure that you are not on the naughty list seemed to be very hard for everyone in the toy shop, but being taught at a very extreme level by a hard noised nun, Billy would never know the difference, he only knows of how to inflict the punishment. Not even Frosty is safe in this flick as his lifeless head is chopped off by the vicious Santa killer. Try to stay off the naughty list, and if you can’t, make sure if you see Santa with an axe on Christmas Eve…RUN! Happy Holidays!
Written by: Scotty
You better watch out, you’d better not cry, you better not pout, I’m telling you why, Santa Claus is coming, to town. Never before have I seen this song be taken so literally as Christmas time has approached, however, it does not matter if you are naughty or nice for this Santa as he is hell bent on revenge.
In the small community of Hell Township, spirits are high as the season approaches but no one is ready for what Christmas really brings. Grandpa Yuleson has been known for many years to be the strange old man of the community, with no one really knowing what is going through his head, all of his antics and inventions seem to keep him as an outcast. Not minding this reputation, Grandpa is not a huge fan of Christmas and believes that the only good gift is a practical gift and this is never lost on his grandson Nicholas.
Even though Nicholas needs to work for a living at the ripe full age of sixteen, he is starting to fall into the same attitude as his grandfather about the season, but tries with all of his might to keep a positive attitude around Mary Mackenzie. Mary is his co-worker at the local deli that is looking for something a bit more than friendship from Nicholas, but keeps waiting for the young man to make the first move. When the two are sent home on Christmas Eve, they discuss their love and disgust for the season.
Hell Township receives a new visitor that seems to be a regular bell ringing Santa Claus, but what he has on his mind is much more vengeful than what the town could ever expect. Being made to be nice for the past one thousand years, Santa is ready to make the Christmas holiday the fright fest it deserved to be. Being the offspring of Satan, Santa runs around the town of Hell, killing, setting fires and looking for the ‘Angel’ he lost a bet to so many years ago that has kept him from his hellish ways. Having only the day of Christmas to accomplish his goals, Santa is on a strict time table to find his adversary while still holding onto his powers.
Santa’s Slay keeps the action flowing, holiday style as Santa continually looks for the ‘Angel’ he lost a bet to a thousand years prior. Knowing that he was in Hell Township from a letter his grandson wrote many years previous, Santa is looking for payback on the family, along with any bleeding heart that has pestered him with letters. Nicholas and Mary try to keep the evil Santa at bay, but when Santa is able to find the home they two are held up in, all bets are off. Disposing of his ancient adversary, along with a small portion of the town, Santa is ready to take his revenge to the next level. The two young lovebirds need to find a way to survive until the clock reaches midnight at the North Pole, but without anyones help, the two are destined to perish in Hell.
A horror movie? Yes. A comedy? Yes. An action film? Yes. Santa’s Slay covers all of the key factors to being a great holiday ride. With Santa killing off some of the naughty’s in the community, he also kills off many of the nice’s as well. Using anything at his disposal Santa is hell bent to get back to his old terrifying ways and it just leaves a smile on your face. Not the greatest Christmas movie ever made, it will keep you laughing as the one liners are just atrocious. ‘If you see Santa tonight…Run!’ Happy Holidays!