Silent Night, Bloody Night 2: Revival Now Available on DVD, Digital, and VHS
For those of you who’ve been waiting patiently for a direct sequel to filmmaker Theodore Gershuny’s Silent Night, Bloody Night, Santa has finally heard your nightly cries. Writer John Klyza and director Dustin Ferguson’s Silent Night, Bloody Night 2: Revival is now available to purchase on a handful of different formats. Regardless of how you consume motion pictures in this day and age, Klyza and Ferguson have you covered. Why? Because they’re awesome. Plain and simple.
From the Press Release:
After a death in the family, siblings Angelica (Julia Farrell) and James Zacherly (Luc Bernier) travel to the small town of East Willard on Christmas Eve to pay their respects. They stay at a homely bed and breakfast, where they learn the legend of Black Peter, Santa Claus’ vengeful brother. But when they find the lost journal of Jeffrey Butler, they discover the town has its own sordid history – one more rooted in reality.
When the dark reflection of St. Nicholas emerges and begins to punish the eccentric townsfolk, the visitors find themselves in the middle of the mystery. Who is doing the deeds? Is Black Peter real? Or is the truth closer to home? If they don’t find out and put a stop to it, Christmas Day will turn to Garbage Day while the bodies pile up in a bloody heap.
Just in time for the holidays, New Wave Independent Pictures’ Silent Night, Bloody Night 2: Revival has been released to DVD and Digital by Retrosploitation. The film is a direct sequel to Theodore Gershuny’s 1974 original Christmas horror story, taking place forty years later and expanding on the original mythology.
The film was directed by Die Sister, Die’s Dustin Ferguson from a screenplay by Sleepaway Camp 4’s John Klyza. Starring Jennifer Runyon Corman from 1980’s Christmas slasher To All a Good Night with a special appearance by Jeff Dylan Graham from Seed 2 and Witchcraft XI.
If you want to score a copy of Silent Night, Bloody Night 2: Revival for your very own this holiday season, swing by Retrosploitation and toss them some of your money. The flick is also available at Amazon. In the meantime, have a look at the trailer, artwork, and stills below.