Directed by Craig Anderson
A mother (Dee Wallace) must protect her family on Christmas Day from a demented stranger who is hell-bent on tearing them apart.
A mother must protect her family on Christmas Day from a demented stranger who is hell-bent on tearing them apart.
Cast: Dee Wallace, Geoff Morrell, David Collins, Sarah Bishop, Sam Campbell
This is the same issue with Spiral, leave the politics out of the horrors. When you do something and misuse it, it is gross. Gay people have other aspects to their character OTHER than being gay and maybe this conversation about abortion isn't black and white. That aside, the movie makes ZERO sense.
The movie was ok. The message IMO was still a little skewed.
Missable. Both tonally and morally this one's all over the place -- feels like four different scripts fell into a blender. Nice to see Dee Wallace giving a solid anchoring performance, a developmentally affected actor does a great job, and there might be a great genre director in the making here... but it's a weird, unsatisfying mess.
Confused? Peep the anti-abortion propaganda links they drop in the credits under "further reading" and "further watching" lmao fuck this garbage not a bad slasher, Dee Wallace is always a treasure, but it's gross and obvious manipulation the whole way through