’twas december the 13th, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, ‘cept a dead reanimated mouse = yes that’s right, it’s scary Thursday here on the Nanu-Nanu Christmas Advent Calendar of film. Sure, Christmas is about loving films, care and beauty – but there are some god damn brilliant Christmas themed Horror films out there, if you are prepared to suffer from some vile shit too. But I’ve watched some of the guff so you don’t have to bother
Black Christmas (1974)
Bob Clark, 98 mins
Often considerd one of the classic Christmas horror films, Black Christmas is one of the original slasher films and as important to the genre for this alone. It’s builds on the sort of campfire horror stories that make urban legends that much more scary – the fact that they aren’t particularly supernatural,
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just gruesome and real. Unlike yesterday, I am putting my foot down and telling you to ignore the 2006 remake – it didn’t need to be made, because it anaesthetizes the film from it’s raw, and natural 70’s- ness to be something of offence to film, as opposed to an offence to the mind. Indulge yourself, and get you in the giggly mood or Friday… or if that doesn’t suit you, today’s alternative film is…
Rare Exports: a Christmas Tale (2010)
Jalmari Helander, 84 mins
This Finnish masterpiece is a modern, foreign horror that plays with the Christmas myth in all it’s nasty glory. Much like a previous alternative choice Sint, Rare Exports exploits everything you’ve ever loved about Santa and rips it from shred to shred. The basic premise is that Santa is unearthed in an archaeological dig on Christmas eve, and Children start to go missing… It’s well made, and has some really hellish imagery which is fantastic.
Neither of these? A little harder to find, but why not Try…
Santa Claws (1996)
John A. Russo, 83 mins
This is a cheap, cheap b-movie. It isn’t great, by any traditional critical standards, but who needs theme – boy is this brilliant, you know?
Here’s a teaser for you, in the form of a music video…
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