seen a lot of Christmas horror films in the last six thousand years, but there are only a handful of holiday fright flicks that sit at the top of my snowy,
gory holiday pedestal: Black Christmas, Santa's Slay, Christmas Evil,
Jack Frost, and Tales From the Crypt's "And All Through the House." Is
Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale poised to join them on their bloody
All signs point to yes: it has a huge buzz in the horror
community, rave reviews, and it was even featured on the cover of the
December issue of leading horror mag Rue Morgue. The trailer promises so
many wonderful things: a field full of dead reindeer, holiday-related
profanity, and a very scary St. Nick. Will
Rare Exports live up to the hype? Find out for yourself! Watch it today
at the Kendall Square Cinema in Cambridge, or see if it's coming near you.
REVIEW: Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale
READ: "The Twelve Frights of Christmas: A Dozen Deadly Holiday Horror Films"
Santa 8000 is the star of an animated web series, in which he must kill
hordes of mutants in order to survive a post-apocalyptic wasteland.
There are 13 webisodes in all, with a new one every week until
Christmas. Each webisode is three minutes or less, and can be found at www.InfiniteSanta.com, where you can also get gory Christmas cards, DVDs, and other holiday merch. And subscribe to the YouTube channel here: www.youtube.com/user/InfiniteSanta8000. Get in the holiday spirit of blood-soaked mayhem!
The Infinite Santa 8000 season finale is coming on Christmas Eve! Get ready for some big surprises!The DregNog Video Advent Calendar is Laser Orgy's annual celebration of all things strange and festive. Click here to see last year's DregNog archives.
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