Horror fans have two new Christmas classics to watch this holiday season in the form of Jalmari Helander's Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale and Dick Maas' Saint (aka Sint or Saint Nick). If you happen to live in or around Manchester, England, you have a chance to watch them both on the big screen this December 16th thanks to the folks at Grimm Up North. Read on for more details.
Were you as disappointed as we were at being unable to participate in the Rare Exports display of a real life Lapland Santa on Carnaby Street in London this past November? Well, if you live in or near Austin, Texas, you have another chance thanks to the Alamo Drafthouse! From the Press Release:
Knowing how politically correct the US tries to be, this kind of marketing stunt in support of Foy's favorite new film Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale would never fly here. In the UK, however ... things can get wonderfully strange!
And the goodies just keep coming in for Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (review here)! Earlier we brought you the first clip from the flick and now -- since you've been so naughty -- we have the red-band trailer for ya! Ho, ho, holy shit!
Dig it, dearest reader! Something new to be thankful for! The first ever clip from the movie that seems to be on every horror fan's lips this season, Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (review here)!
It’s true: He knows if you’ve been naughty – and he’ll spank you into oblivion if you have! To celebrate the upcoming release of the soon-to-be Christmas classic Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale, for one day only – this Thursday, 25th November to be exact – London’s Carnaby Street will play host to the display of a real life Lapland Santa!
According to The Foywonder, if there's one flick that should be on your radar this holiday season, it's Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (review here)! To celebrate the flick in all of its creepy weirdness, we've got some new stills and a gorgeous bit of poster art for you to dig on!
Rare Exports is one of the strangest and most fun films we've seen in a long time. Think A Christmas Story meets The Thing. Now, if you're in the New York City area, you and a friend can see the flick on November 30th on us!
It's not even Thanksgiving yet, but after seeing Jalmari Helander's Rare Exports, we can't get the bizarre Christmas tale out of our heads. If you happen to live in the UK, you'll have a chance to see what we mean when it debuts in cinemas across the country on Friday 3rd December 2010. Synopsis:
One of the stranger films we've seen all year, Jalmari Helander's Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale, will both delight and confound you in the best of ways possible! A new trailer and teaser art made their way online today for the flick, which plays like a maniacal cross between The Thing and A Christmas Story, and we have them here for you.
On the hunt for more news about the feral Santa flick Rare Exports? We've got a striking new image and a list of premiere dates for the flick that'll separate the naughty from the nice! That's right, kids! Break out the eggnog and pack heavy on the weapons because fans in the following areas will be getting a chance to see this quirky new flick theatrically in the following cities:
So, here's a piece of news that falls into the This Should Be Interesting category as it seems we should best brace ourselves for another killer Santa flick ... although this one sounds like it may have a bit of a twist.
One look at the outstanding trailer for Rare Exports and you know right away that this is either going to be a very unique and special movie or one that cannot possibly live up to its potential. I'm seriously crossing my fingers for latter because the idea of hunting for feral Santas in the snowy wilds of Finland is a genius level of insanity.