Black Christmas

Black Christmas

Blu-ray Disc - 2016
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The college town of Bedford is receiving an unwelcome guest this Christmas. As the residents of sorority house Pi Kappa Sig prepare for the festive season, a demonic stranger begins to stalk the house. A series of grisly obscene phone calls begins to plague the residents and soon they will each meet their fate at the hands of the psychotic intruder. As the police trace the calls, they soon discover that nothing is as it seems.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] :, Morgan Creek Productions, Inc.,, [2016]
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (approximately 98 min.) : sd., col ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 bonus disc


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VaughanPLAlison Jan 02, 2018

Surprisingly not bad. One of the first films in the slasher genre, it has some genuinely creepy moments and an intriguing villain. A descent pick if you're looking for Christmas horror.

Jan 03, 2014

Fans of slasher films may well be disappointed in this early slasher classic from 1974 as it's somewhat slowly paced and restrained in terms of its killings. Clearly the director is going more for suspense and tension than gore. Set at a sorority house that keeps getting obscene phone calls (this is one of the first uses of the "It's coming for inside the house!" device), the girls get slowly dispatched by an unseen maniac. Bava, Argento and "Psycho" had laid out the slasher template, but this is important in using young women as the heroines/victims and the p.o.v. killer camera ("Halloween" would also use this). Lois Lane and Juliet are the two female leads. Some might find the ending frustrating, but I liked it. Director Bob Clark would do a very different Christmas movie in the 80s, "A Christmas Story." A good double feature with "Silent Night, Deadly Night."

Jul 23, 2012

This is a decent horror film featuring some of my favorite actors, and it is certainly a horror classic but falls flat to my 2012 spoiled eyes. I guess back in 1974 this film was scary, at least it had a lot of Hitchcock influence. Nowadays, well...apart from the classic camerawork and a cult following, it's still watchable. I feel that I am on the fence with this one, so I'm just going to give it an average grade. It was great to see Olivia Hussey and Margot Kidder star in it though!


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