DVD Reminder: Silent Night, Deadly Night (Triple Feature)


The first day of December brings the gift that keeps on giving. After a several year wait when we were beginning to wonder if we’d get at least part 3 of SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT on DVD simply to complete the “Ricky Trilogy”, we get all 3 remaining franchise titles courtesy of Lionsgate. Stuff your stockings with this 3-Disc set…

Silent Night, Deadly Night 3: Better Watch Out
Ricky Caldwell, the notorious ‘Killer Santa Claus,’ awakens from a six year coma after being kept alive on life-support by a slightly crazed doctor experimenting with ESP and other special abilities. Ricky targets a young, clairvoyant blind woman, named Laura, whom is traveling with her brother Chris, and his girlfriend Jerri to their grandmother’s house for Christmas Eve, and Ricky decides to go after her, leaving a trail of dead bodies in his wake.

Silent Night, Deadly Night 4: The Initiation
A female reporter investigates the death of a woman who, on fire, leapt off of a building to her death. Her investigation leads her to discover the existence of a strange cult dedicated Egyptian god Isis–and the cult wants her as its new queen.

Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toymaker
A young boy sees his father killed by a toy that was anonymously delivered to his house. After that, he is too traumatized to speak, and his mother must deal with both him and the loss of her husband. Meanwhile, a toy maker named Joe Peto builds some suspicious-looking toys, and a mysterious man creeps around both the toy store and the boy’s house…but who is responsible for the killer toys?

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11 Responses to “ DVD Reminder: Silent Night, Deadly Night (Triple Feature) ”

  1. I’ve been waiting and waiting AND WAITING for this damn release! I am supposed to get it for Xmas but damn it, I NEED IT NOW! My old crummy EP-mode VHS tapes look like crap and I can’t even imagine how these underrated classics look in a pristine, widescreen transfer. Part 3 rocks by the way…can’t wait to see it on this DVD!!!


  2. Silent Night Deadly Night is easily one of my favorite slashers. But Part 3 is just terrible with Bill Mosley wandering around in his brain helmet.

  3. Part 4 & 5 I Really Enjoyed Great Slasher’s.
    Part 3 I Agree Was Not That Great.
    I Hope Someone Makes Some Dvd Custom Covers For Part 3,4,5 & Part 2 As Well Original VHS Artwork.

  4. I never really cared for the Silent Night, Deadly Night franchise, but I understand it’s appeal. I wonder if a remake awaits….this time have the real Santa offing people….

  5. I’ve never cared for Part 4 but I’ll definitely be picking this up!

    I discovered a tape I made of Part 3 from HBO as a kid and it actually has a shot of the receptionist with her throat cut spurting blood that isn’t in the home video version! I wonder which cut will end up on the DVD.

  6. Retro Horror Remix, I highly doubt these will be in widescreen. Lionsgate released NIGHT OF THE DEMONS 2 in a full-screen format, and I think these will all have the same fate as well. And I’m supposed to be getting it for Xmas too! Can’t wait…wish someone would put a review up somewhere. :-(

  7. i have not looked at parts 4 or 5 yet, but the DVD of part 3 is real crisp. they are all fullscreen.

  8. Hey Horror Guy Someone On Amazon Said PT 3, 4 Are In Widescreen.
    Its Says Fullscreen On The Back He Said But They Are In Widescreen.

  9. It’s been confirmed that these are all FULLSCREEN versions. What a crock.


  10. oh well, at least the movies will be out on dvd to buy. better than not having them at all i guess….

  11. zmbdog, i didn’t see any shot of throat cut spurting blood on the DVD. so maybe it’s the same as the home video version. man, that movie is not to great is it. him at the end wishing us a happy new year with the brain bubble on his head is pretty messed up. the best part of the movie is the clips from part one.

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