Monthly Archives: December 2010

Sweatshop (2009)

Little bit tired of all things covered in tinsel? Want to die from all of your merriment and debauchery but cant even find the energy to pull a solitary trigger just to end it all? Yeah me too. So screw … Continue reading

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Two Front Teeth (2006)

Finally a holiday horror that lives up to the hype, and made me laugh out loud (I don’t do ‘LoL’s’, they make me gag), which in this climate of Scary Movie loving ’comedy ‘ horror fans, is no mean feat … Continue reading

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Silent Night, Bloody Night aka Night of the Dark Full Moon (1974)

Along side more well known films such as Texas Chainsaw Massacre, this was one of the first batch to set the formulaic Slasher rules to the movie going populace. Filmed a good two years before it’s release, it’s widely regarded … Continue reading

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Sheitan aka Satan (2006)

Contrary to popular belief, not all horror films that are set around the festive season feature a murderous Santa, a psychotic snowman or indeed a Nazi controlled Elf. Leave it to the French to act as the welcome Ghost of … Continue reading

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Elves (1989)

When a Christmas themed horror movie features the line (delivered by a Nazi) ‘When there’s no more room in hell, the Elves shall walk the earth.’ you know, if nothing else, that you are in for an entertaining watch, and … Continue reading

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To All a Goodnight (1980)

Now I’m from the U.K, so whatever knowledge I’ve gleaned about American colleges has been taught to me by horror films. It’s not an ideal tutor, I’ll grant you, but I always pay attention, and what my learned, yet psychotic … Continue reading

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Don’t Open Until Christmas (1984)

Now if you look up a list of the best festive horror films out there, they’re all very predictable, and Don’t Open Until Christmas is always somewhere near the top of the most recommended – I’m assuming this is mainly … Continue reading

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