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Black Christmas DVD £3.50 + Free Delivery @ Sendit
Black Christmas DVD £3.50 + Free Delivery @ Sendit

Black Christmas DVD £3.50 + Free Delivery @ Sendit

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Terror is coming home for the Holidays. Crazed killer Billy Lenz has escaped from a psychiatric hospital and is determined to be home for Christmas. This means that for the current occupants of his house, sorority sisters Melissa (Michelle Trachtenberg) Heather (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) Dana (Lacey Chabert) and Kelli (Katie Cassidy) it's going to be a very bloody Christmas.
More DetailsCertificate: 15
Cast List: Michelle Trachtenberg, Hudson, Oliver, Andrea Martin, Lacey Chabert, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kristin Cloke
Director: Glen Morgan
Special Features: None Listed.
Region: Region 2
Aspect Ratio: Aspect Ratio 2.35:1
Number of Disks: 1
Main Language: English
Subtitle Languages: English for the hearing impaired

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Why so cold? Decent remake at at a good price and can't find it cheaper. Anyone got a link to cheaper?

why cold?

voted hot on the price but i havent seen the film, is it good in your opinion?

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jason007;4360503

voted hot on the price but i havent seen the film, is it good in your … voted hot on the price but i havent seen the film, is it good in your opinion?



Review from Channel 4 - 3.5/5
"Glen Morgan's remake of the 1970s classic is a gory lesson in the history of slash-and-dash
These days retreads of 1970s horror films are a dime a dozen, but so special is the place occupied by Bob Clark's Black Christmas (1974) in the history of horror that the prospect of bringing it back to life ought to fill any contemporary filmmaker with dread.

Thanks to its combination of creepy phone calls, amoral co-eds, a holiday setting, and a muttering killer in the house (all years before the release of Halloween), Clark's film has rightfully been credited as the movie that spawned the entire slasher genre. But while Black Christmas seemed fresh and raw in its own time, today's canny post-Scream generation has seen its generic legacy done to death in the 1980s, disinterred, dissected and deconstructed in the 1990s, and now left with little to chase but its own tail.

Clark's Black Christmas may have been altogether too mean-spirited ever to be labelled innocent, but it nonetheless embodied an era when the genre's conventions were being invented on the fly rather than slavishly imitated. Trying to rediscover that lost era is like trying, after three decades of sex, to become a virgin again."

I like it btw

Another review here bbc.co.uk/fil…tml again 3.5/5
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