Even though Halloween fever is currently on everyone’s minds (and rightly so), after it passes, the holidays will be right around the corner. Might as well start your planning so that they’re as full of mayhem as they are mirth, and Bloody Christmas looks to be a great starting point!
From the Press Release
In the grand tradition of holiday horrors (Halloween, April Fool’s Day, Happy Birthday to Me) comes Bloody Christmas, a new film from Long Island filmmaker Michael Shershenovich, available via Planetworks and MVD on October 23rd. The film offers a unique experience by shying away from a typical slasher and drifting into stylish cinematography, all while not taking the subject matter too seriously.
Paul Awful of Movies From Mars writes:
“One scene that stands out visually is a dream sequence (or should I say nightmare) which was shot on 16mm that gets the audience inside a demented and damaged Santa Clause mind. I couldn’t believe a independent filmmaker was able to pull off such an elaborate and stylized shot.”
In a small town police are in search of a child murderer. Meanwhile Rich Tague, a has been 80’s action movie star, is attempting to figure out the meaning of Christmas as he plays Santa on a public access TV show. He fantasizes about murdering the people that do him wrong. Will he have the strength to not be on his own naughty list?
“Its never clear or not if Bloody Christmas is an attack on the church, consumerism or if the writings came from some weirdo Republican who wants to save the ideology of Christmas. Either way, once Santa and the priest cross paths, it makes for an entertaining and Bloody Christmas.” – Paul Awful, Movies From Mars
– Geretta Geretta (Demons, Sweetiecakes)
– Lloyd Kaufman (The Toxic Avenger, Rocky, Terror Firmer)
– Robert Arensen (You Belong to Me, A Man Without A Country)
– Robert Youngren (Desperate Endeavors, I Spill Your Guts)
– Steve Montague (Ultrachrist!, I Spill Your Guts)
Bonus Materials: Deleted Scenes, Cast Interviews and Original Trailers
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