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  • Actors: Michelle Trachtenberg, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Lacey Chabert, Katie Cassidy, Kristen Cloke
  • Directors: Glen Morgan, Julie Ng
  • Writers: Glen Morgan, Roy Moore
  • Producers: Glen Morgan, Bob Clark, Dawn Parouse, James Wong
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Dimension Films
  • DVD Release Date: April 3, 2007
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (161 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000MM0LIM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,711 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Black X-Mas (Unrated)" on IMDb

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(Horror) A remake of the 1974 horror classic that inspired slasher films like Halloween; A group of sorority sisters are terrorized and murdered, one-by-one, during Christmas Break.

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The movie is pretty good, and so is the acting.
nolaboy2003
Inferior remakes of classic horror movies are the reality of today's horror genre.
HorrorMan
Just too bad it had to be used in such a crummy movie.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Wilson on February 15, 2008
Format: DVD
Alot of people are saying that isn't nothing like the original. True, but it isn't a re-make, If you watch them both they are really two seperate movies. It held its own, and it had great actors, I like how they didn't have actors who would out shine the others, they picked people who were pretty much on the same level on acting, as far as movies made and such. Its worth watching, and It will be somehting looked at in the future as a Classic.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By GREGORY L SPRINKLE on December 10, 2011
Format: DVD
I have treated this movie as one of my Christmas horror favorites. Just recently watched the original, and it was......ok......but after seeing this one, I just liked this one better. If people thought this one was slow, then DO NOT watch the original, I thought it was slow. Not really sure how people thought this movie was slow.

All the characters are somewhat likable, no one really gives a "bad" performance with the main cast. All of them, eyerolling, wisecracking, screaming, it was great to watch it all unfold. It was like watching "Sorority Row" at Xmas. Plenty of boo scares in rapid succession. And definitely a great ending. I love those endings where you truly think its over, and poof, you have 15 more good minutes of the movie.

I won't sway you either way on this but definitely do yourself a favor and give this one a watch sometime. I have seen many many more remakes that totally sucked worse than this one.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dave. K VINE VOICE on August 18, 2008
Format: DVD
Horror purists weren't too happy about a remake to Bob Clark's 1974 cult classic Black Christmas, but don't go into the remake expecting anything like the original about the only thing this version has in common with the original, is the name and setting. We don't learn much about whom Billy or Agnes is. But in the remake that is all explained.

Outside of the opening murder scene, Black Christmas 06 is a totally different movie. If anything this is more of a remake to your run of the mill 80s slasher movie. The original Black Christmas is one of the all time greats and I would recommend any aspiring horror filmmaker to watch it so they can learn how to craft a story, suspense and effective scares. The sense of dread and looming danger never lets up from the opening scene, even in the slower scenes that sense of dread remains. The same cannot be said about the remake; there really was very little suspense or tension. All that is replaced with a high body count and a lot of gore; at least there is some action something this movie needed. Violence and gore doesn't make a movie good, but at least something is happening and again this movie very much needed all of that.

The script by Glen Morgan is rather weak; the characters are your standard slasher movie characters with very little depth. But one thing I did like is Kate Cassidy, Michelle Trachtenberg or Mary Elizabeth Winstead could have easily been the final girl. I won't spoil, which one of them is, but either one could have been. Glen Morgan was one of the writers of the first Final Destination, which I thought was excellent and he also did a good job with Willard, but here it's like a whole different filmmaker.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Patrick T. Grady on July 20, 2007
Format: DVD
The original "Black Christmas" is considered a cult classic, but unlike other horror cult classics that have been subject to Hollywood's remake craze ("Texas Chainsaw Massacre", "Dawn Of The Dead", "The Hills Have Eyes", "Halloween"), it's not known outside of horror circles. Few have seen the original, but then again, as this was a box-office bust, few have seen the remake, either. In the original, an unknown and unseen psychopath breaks into a sorority house at Christmas break, hides in the attic, makes some of the lewdest, most demented obscene phone calls ever, and picks the house's occupants off one by one. It's only at the end that the "Final Girl" realizes that something is wrong.

The remake takes a different approach. The killers (there are 2 in this movie) are known immediately. The sorority sisters realize something is wrong right away. The audience is treated to a whole back story on the house and killers' connection to it. The problem is that most of this barely works, if it works at all. Admittedly, the killers are a bit creepy, but the whole back story is completely ludacris and non-sensical. Actually, I think if they had written that better and did away with the dumbest parts (the incest element is the worst part; a mother completely despises her son's very existence, and yet has sex with him? oh please...) the film could have been much better. The obscene calls are treated as an after-thought and aren't very disturbing at all. The sorority sisters are faceless. Honestly, I couldn't even keep their names straight. Katie Cassidy emerges as the film's heroine only because she's the last one left. Early on, there is nothing that stands out about her, unlike Olivia Hussey's character in the original.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By HorrorMan on August 19, 2009
Format: DVD
Inferior remakes of classic horror movies are the reality of today's horror genre. Most of the remakes are terrible, but many of us horror film lovers go see them anyway out of curiosity. You know what they say, "curiosity killed the cat"--as well as my wallet. As we all know, the very idea of horror film remakes represents a lack of imagination on the part of today's Hollywood. The horror genre obviously isn't what it used to be, and with movies being produced like the remake of "The Fog", it just can't get much worse...or can it?

Before I even begin to dissect this remake, I want to make it clear that I think that the original "Black Christmas" is one of the greatest horror movies ever produced. The remake of "Black Christmas" involves an insane killer (who killed certain members of his family) who escapes from a mental institution to go on another killing rampage. This idea is a bit different from the plot of the original "Black Christmas" in that the killer in the original film was very mysterious throughout the film, whereas the remake attempts to create a motive for Billy's insanity. I think the original is more with less. In other words, by keeping the audience in the dark, the original makes it that much more uncomfortable for the audience, and the killer is scarier that way as opposed to the "in your face" style of the remake. From that standpoint, as well as every other standpoint, the original is clearly superior to the remake.

Unfortunately, the liberties that the creators of the remake took with the remaking of this film were largely ill-advised. Comparisons aside, I must confess that I really disliked the twist in this remake as I felt that it was a rather rash and poorly concocted idea that was unimaginative, unnecessary and completely ineffective.
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