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
in my top five favorite Christmas Horror films
Ugh, this was pretty bad. Outside of my boy Jerry and pothead Uncle Jon, there were literally no characters to like in this mess. Hell, the killer was a more sympathetic figure than the people we were supposed to be rooting for. The editing is really bad too, it gets very confusing watching these people run around the house and the area around it. You'd think having everything occur in such a small location wouldn't be hard to follow, but it is. The way the film is cut is very disorienting. There were a couple of cool kills and I liked the Christmas-type lighting, but there's little here to recommend, especially since the abortion angle could have been a unique hook. There are many better choices if you want a Christmas horror flick.
Hmm tried but couldn't make it through
just awfule slow .boring. plot is preachy and pathetic way to estsblish a killer not to mention the way cletus look all thats caused from being aborted and from the down syndrome sorry no not believable cheap monster for a cheaper film. Not to mention using the baby as a cheap scare and thrill in the film. There is a reason why the films Feast did not exceed. Waste of time