Good lord; where to begin... "Killer Christmas" is an el cheapo movie (I'd say made for about $100) about six people who go to a Christmas tree lot to cut a tree, only to decide they'd rather go explore an abandoned hotel. And, of course, they can't stay together. They decide to play the noisiest game of hide-n-seek, where nobody really hides but everybody stomps around. And for whatever reason, it seems an eternity before the killer finally appears, although there's really no surprise in who it is. Anything and everything (just about) is wrong with this movie. The editing is horrendous. It goes from broad daylight to black dark in, oh, about 30 seconds. I will say this: the actors did what they could, but it was the script that did them in. The pacing was way off. People--and cars--appear and disappear in the same speed it went from light to dark. One shot of the victims shows very nicely lit houses in a subdivision not a stone's throw away. Rated "R" for constant language and very minimal violence you'd be wise to ask for anything but a copy of this movie.
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A slow-burn suspense Christmas horror where six friends explore an abandoned hotel near a Christmas tree lot only to find themselves being murdered one-by-one by someone in a Santa mask.
October 11, 2021