A Christmas Horror Story
Directed by Grant Harvey, Steven Hoban, Brett Sullivan
It's the season of joy, peace, and goodwill. unless you live in Bailey Downs. Last Christmas Eve, two teens came to a grisly end in a school basement. Now, one year later, a new set of horrors has come to town. As three friends explore the site of the massacre, a malevolent spirit is determined to keep them there forever. And when a local family seeks reconciliation with an estranged aunt for the wrong reasons, they suddenly find themselves running in terror from Krampus, the demonic anti-Santa Claus. Not even St. Nick is immune to the terror as he fights back against a horde of zombie elves. This is destined to be a holiday no one will ever forget...
Not even Santa Claus is safe from the evil that descends on Bailey Downs, a small town that is suddenly plagued with malevolent spirits, zombie elves and Krampus - the anti-Santa Claus.
Cast: George Buza, William Shatner
Clever anthology film that has 4 loosely connected stories (5 if you count Shatner's DJ performance). As with all anthologies, some stories are better than others. Here the top one seems to be the one about a family that brings the "wrong" child home from the woods and the silliest is about Santa fighting zombie elves (although since ones shoots to the top if you stick with it until the end). All and all a good creepy holiday gift bag.
In my staple repertoire every holiday season (along with Rare Exports and Saint), how can you not love a christmas horror film with William Shatner at the helm, being the glue to all the very engaging and some creepy stories- and with a kick ass Santa!
i loved it!
This was a really fun movie, with a great twist ending. It's an anthology, which means some stories are going to be better than others. But the final story and how it ties the whole movie together, makes this a damn-near five skull movie.