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"Silent Night, Deadly Night" is the heartwarming story of little Billy Chapman who was traumatized by his parents' Christmas Eve rape and murder, then brutalized by sadistic orphanage nuns. But when a grown-up Billy is forced to dress as jolly St. Nick, he goes on a yuletide rampage to 'punish the naughty.' Santa Claus is coming to town...and this time he's got an axe! Robert Brian Wilson and Linnea Quigley star in this jaw-dropping horror hit that a nation of angry mothers cannot stop!
Billy's younger brother Ricky (Eric Freeman) follows in the family tradition of Christmas carnage. Psycho Santa is back...to deck the halls with chunks of bodies! Both these gorehound holiday favorites have been restored from original vault materials, chock full of gratuitous nudity and grisly violence, then stuffed with jolly new extras for the absolute ultimate in Season's Bleedings.
It is definitely one of the best "worst" movies of all time.
The movie is terrible but you will be rolling laughing at the stories the filmmakers tell about how they came about to make it and why it is so bad.
The problem is that the film is only slightly disjointed and the viewer may have a hard time believing Billy's motive as the killer.
man they really didnt't even try on the second one at least 3,4,5 they put some thought in to them and those were awful too.Published 1 month ago by Bebop
The plastic piece that holds the DVD inside was broken, was disappointed with that. Movie is a 80's horror classic!Published 1 month ago by Luis Jr.
You don't watch a slasher flick for the acting. It's great movie. Just watch it and you'll be entertained. Or maybe you are just uptight and should go nitpick something else.Published 2 months ago by nathan haynes
I remember watching the 1st one when it came out in theaters... And they banned the movie a few days later. I thought that was cool. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Larry J. Ables