We’ve just released two new short films for Christmas! Here’s the first, a Christmas horror short called, I Believe in Santa!
I Beleive in Santa (2018)
Starring Jess L. Callaghan
Written & Directed By Jaramiah Sabadoz
Produced By Carol Son
Before director Bob Clark made the holiday classic A Christmas Story, he made this, somewhat darker, Yuletide tale about sorority girls being slaughtered one by one on Christmas Eve. Continue reading
Don’t Open Till Christmas is a yuletide slasher film set in London, England. It’s about a knife wielding maniac who hunts down people dressed as Santa and kills them in gruesome ways. One of the Santas is even a naked woman! This should be a fun, entertaining film; and yet, it’s just so incredibly boring.
The sequel to Silent Night, Deadly Night proves that it’s hard to make a psychological horror movie when you don’t have the slightest understanding of human emotions. Continue reading
But that hasn’t stopped Japanese retailers or anime producers from exploiting the holiday for financial reasons. Aside from the secular decorations and gift giving, Christmas in Japan has also been marketed as a romantic ‘date night,’ making it a perfect setting for romantic comedy anime. Continue reading
Nutcracker: An American Nightmare
Brain Damage Films
Nutcracker: An American Nightmare is, above all else, an extremely amateurish effort that I’m sure looked a lot better in writer/director Glen Grefe’s mind than it does on the screen.
Rare Exports is a Christmas horror film that, unlike most films in the genre, manages to maintain its childish sense of wonder.