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My Silent Night Deadly Night Christmas Marathon

My Silent Night Deadly Night Christmas Marathon

I had a plan. T’was a fine plan – watch Silent Night Deadly Night parts 1-5 over the Christmas holidays. How hard could that be? They even had numbers on them so I wouldn’t lose my way. Except it didn’t exactly go to plan… in fact, it went out the door before I even started. [...]

Marty teams up with a Killer Santa, Linda Blair, and a confused Vampire

If you missed the uncut version of Slaughter High the first time Lionsgate released it on dvd, then don’t fret.  Lionsgate has re-released the dvd as part of a 4-Film Pack along with Silent Night Deadly Night 3, Repossessed, and My Best Friend is a Vampire.  You can find this once in a lifetime team-up [...]

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 [...]

Silent Night, Deadly Night (Double Bill) Gallery

With Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 consisting of about 70% footage from the original movie it could almost be considered a director’s cut (despite editor Lee Harry replacing Charles E. Sellier Jr. behind the camera)

Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 Screenplay

For those unawheres, we transcribed & posted the screenplay for SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT PART 2 a few Xmas’s ago and still keep a copy on the server for all to enjoy.

Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984)

Of all the slasher movies to meet controversy in the 1980′s, perhaps the most loathed of these was the festive tale Silent Night, Deadly Night, which was picketed by angry parents and pulled by the studio. Still unreleased in several countries, this tale of a homicidal Santa Claus was not the first festive slasher