Written and directed by Patrick Ridremont, The Advent Calendar is a ‘festive’ horror movie that starts off strongly, but slowly loses its way across its unnecessarily long 101-minute runtime. It’s a real shame because there’s so much to like about it.
A jazz pianist and a wisecracking journalist are pulled into a complex web of mystery after the former witnesses the brutal murder of a psychic.
Written & directed by Vince Lopez, Red Christmas (not to be confused with the other Red Christmas that came out the same year starring Dee Wallace) is a micro-budget holiday slasher with a certain amount of lovableness to it.
From writer/director Mike Lombardo, comes the minimalistic and miserable festive horror, I’m Dreaming of a White Doomsday. A film that stars Hope Bikle, Reeve Blazi and Damian Maffei.
A delightful festive horror short. You might even find yourself hoping to find this particular present under your own tree.
From Jagged Edge Productions, directed by David Gregory and with a screenplay from Ben Daly, Krampus: The Return or Return of Krampus may not be close to the best Krampus related horror but it’s also far from the worst.
It wouldn’t be Christmas without an ACMofficial festive horror short and Merry Christmas certainly delivers on the promise of gleeful festive frights.
A schoolteacher descends into madness after finding himself stranded in a brutal, menacing town in outback Australia at Christmas.