A loose remake of the horror classic Silent Night, Deadly Night, Malcolm McDowell and Jaime King star as a small-town sheriff and deputy on the hunt for a murderous Santa Claus terrorizing their community on Christmas Eve. But with the streets full of Santas for the annual Christmas parade, the killer is hiding in plain sight. He's made his list, checked it twice, and the naughty are going to pay with their lives.
||November 30th, 2012 (Limited) by Anchor Bay Entertainment|
||December 4th, 2012 by Starz / Anchor Bay|
||R for bloody violence, some sexuality/nudity, language and brief drug use.|
(Rating bulletin 2234, 8/1/2012)
||Killer Santa Claus, Remake, Christmas in November, Christmas, Teenage Slasher|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Insidious Pictures, Empire Film & Entainment Group, Media House Capital, Manitoba Film & Music, Anchor Bay Films, The Genre Company|
It is an awesome week for new releases on the home market. Not only is one of the biggest hits of all time coming out, but there are a number of other releases that are Pick of the Week contenders. The Dark Knight Rises, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Finding Nemo, Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season Two, My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic: Season One, Brazil, Francis Ford Coppola: 5-Film Collection - Blu-ray, and others. In the end, I went with Finding Nemo: 3D Combo Pack, but it really is an excellent week for prime releases.
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There are not a lot of films on this week's list, but there are a couple that are earning overwhelmingly positive reviews. Both California Solo and Dragon are earning more than 80% positive reviews and hopefully one or both will find success in limited release. Also opening this week is Talaash and it could be an interesting film to keep an eye on, as Bollywood films are slowly becoming more mainstream.
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