Midnight Mayhem: Black Christmas + Dial Code Santa Claus

Showings

The Main 3 Sat, Dec 3 10:00 PM
Film Info
Program:Midnight Mayhem
Runtime:200 min
Country/Region:Canada
France
Language:English
Print Source:AGFA
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6JuJHmVsh4
Tags:Horror
Holiday

Description

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3 - DOUBLE FEATURE STARTS AT 10:00 PM

Double Features on the First Saturday of the Month!

Two Movies, One Price, Infinite Taboos

About BLACK CHRISTMAS

"Quite literally terrifying." -- HYSTERIA LIVES!

One part frosty Christmas atmosphere, one part stalk ‘n’ slash magnificence, and all parts awesome, BLACK CHRISTMAS is a timeless, terrifying, and demented holiday tradition.

When sorority sisters Olivia Hussey (ROMEO & JULIET), Margot Kidder (SUPERMAN) and Andrea Martin (SCTV) are under attack from a vicious potty-mouthed killer, it’s up to police chief John Saxon to even the odds. But what about Keir Dullea (2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY), the brooding art-school pianist? Could he have something to do with the Christmas rampage?

Years before he crafted the ultimate comedic yuletime experience A CHRISTMAS STORY, genre pioneer Bob Clark gave us one of the most influential Hitchcockian slashers of all time. BLACK CHRISTMAS gets everything right.

About DIAL CODE SANTA CLAUS

“Plays like a blend of classic Amblin and a grindhouse nightmare." -- Jacob Hall, SlashFilm

Brand new DCP!

Previously only available via VHS bootlegs and a huge audience slayer since its debut at Fantastic Fest, DIAL CODE SANTA CLAUS (aka 3615 CODE PÈRE NOËL and DEADLY GAMES) is your new favorite holiday slayride.

Thomas is a typical 1980s kid: he loves computers, role-playing games, and his dog. While mom is away at the office on Christmas Eve, Thomas and his grandfather are left home alone -- perfect timing for a disgruntled, perverted, bloodthirsty Santa Claus to raid the home down the chimney. But Hell hath no fury like a mulleted ten-year-old with an arsenal of toys!

Made a year before HOME ALONE, the French-made DIAL CODE SANTA CLAUS has almost the same plot -- only filled with more style, bloodshed, and Rambo references.