Deadly Games (aka Dial Code Santa Claus)
Directed by Rene Manzor
Thomas is nine years old. He is a little genius and he believes in Santa Claus. December 24th, midnight. Hidden, Thomas waits for Saint Nick, but he is about to experience the most frightening night of his entire life. Previously only available via bootleg, this Christmas horror gem made a year before Home Alone is stylish, bloody and now fully restored.
Nine year-old Thomas waits for Santa Claus. But he's about to experience the most frightening night of his entire life.
Cast: Patrick Floersheim, Alain Musy, Brigitte Fossey, Louis Ducreux, François-Eric Gendron
deadly games was more realistic version of home alone with smarter bad guy and much more in-depth characters. if any movie deserved two sequels it was this one.
Pay no heed to the the snobs who think they are top critics because they got an A in their English courses in college. Some people are looking for reasons to not like movies to convince themselves that they are cool hipsters. This movie was made before Home Alone and much more realistic because the villain was intelligent. The actors were very convincing with their expressions (especially the boy).
Had some good moments
The movie is all over the place. An interesting idea that wasn't executed very well.