Silent Night Deadly Night
We didn't forget to look up at this year's Comic-Con, and as a result we ended up snagging some new artwork for Steven C. Miller's Silent Night! Let me tell ya, kids, you really may want to consider being "nice" instead of naughty!
With Steven C. Miller’s slasher Santa flick Silent Night having wrapped last month in Winnipeg, we chatted with the director regarding the feature, as we also did with makeup guru Vincent Guastini, both of whom gave us the lowdown on the FX-heavy flick, its slated release date, and more.
Now this? This is friggin' cool! Maybe even just as cool as the iconic one-sheet for the original Silent Night, Deadly Night. Get ready, kids; the first bit of artwork for Steven C. Miller's Silent Night is here, and it's appropriately naughty!
Here's an early Christmas present for you horror loving cats! We've got the first stills from Steven C. Miller's Silent Night fresh out of the oven for you in glorious high resolution! I guess that puts us into the "nice" category for now. Though "naughty" is far more fun! Dig it!
Ready for your first look from the Canadian set of all the craziness taking place for Steven C. Miller's Silent Night? Well you're in luck because we've got five new images, including one of the man who's playing the naughty Santa, actor/stunt coordinator Rick Skene (The Divide, Surveillance).
If you've ever seen the eyeful that is Sushi Girl, then you are very, very familiar with star Cortney Palm. Well, guess what, kids - she's ditching the raw fish for some clothing and heading toward something that will end up being anything but a Silent Night.
The first image from the set of Steven C. Miller's take on the classic and controversial flick Silent Night, Deadly Night, entitled Silent Night, has hit the net thanks to the man himself and Twitter. Poor Jaime King. First Bousman breaks her ass and now this!
With principal photography having just kicked off on Silent Night, Steven C. Miller’s Silent Night, Deadly Night remake, in Winnipeg, the director phoned us from the set to chat about his killer Santa flick.
More casting news has come in for Steven C. Miller's take on the classic and controversial flick Silent Night, Deadly Night, entitled Silent Night. Read on for the latest.
With news of Steven C. Miller's Silent Night, Deadly Night remake, known simply as Silent Night, on its way, everyone's been in quite the festive mood around these parts. It'll be good to have Santa taking care of the naughty properly again. It's been too long.
We've been sitting on this news for a while now, but the cat is now officially out of the bag: Slay bells will ring once again as Automaton Transfusion director Steven C. Miller takes the directorial reins of a remake of Charles E. Sellier, Jr.’s '80's slasher Santa flick Silent Night, Deadly Night.
Hello, kiddies! Time is getting short as there are just two days left before the big day. And now it's time for another installment of Dread Central's Six Slays of Christmas feature! It's nearly time to celebrate the coming of Saint Nick (or whomever you believe in) so we're taking a look at a different yuletide horror flick each day until the 25th!
Although the actual date for Hudson Horror Show IV: A December to Dismember is over five months away, festival creators Chris Alo and Tad Leger have announced a full slate of films for the event.
Unless you're a big fan of either Christian films or the old TV show "Grizzly Adams", the name Charles Sellier, Jr. may not exactly jump out at you. Though he didn't dabble in our genre much, he did give us one of the single most controversial horror films of all time, and it's with a heavy heart that we report he is no longer with us.