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Movie Review: 'To All a Goodnight' (1980)

9 December 2012 3:24 AM, PST | MoreHorror | See recent MoreHorror news »

Reviewed by Chris Wright, More Horror

To All a Goodnight” (1980)

Directed By: David Hess

Written By: Alex Rebar

Starring: Jennifer Runyon (Nancy), Forrest Swanson (Alex), Linda Gentile (Melody), William Lauer (T.J.), Judith Bridges (Leia), Katherine Herrington (Mrs. Jensen), Buck West (Ralph), Sam Shamshak (Polansky), Angelica Bath (Trisha), Denise Stearns (Sam), Solomon Trager (Tom), Jeff Butts (Blake), Bill Martin (Jim), Jay Rasummy (Dan), Harry Reems (Pilot)

Imagine a “Friday the 13th” esque premise in the form of a Christmas themed slasher and you have “To All a Goodnight.” “Last House on the Left” alumni David Hess directed this forgotten Christmas slasher. First released by Media Home Entertainment, this low budget slasher is one of the first Christmas horror movies to have a killer Santa involved. As of today, this movie has not received a re-release after its original release.

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We Came, We Saw, We Kicked Its Ass: 5 Things You Might Not Know About 'Ghostbusters'

8 June 2012 6:57 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Remember 1984’s “GhostSmashers” aka “GhostStoppers”? Of course you do. With a star-studded cast featuring John Belushi (Peter Venkman), Dan Aykroyd (Ray Stantz), Jeff Goldblum (Egon Spengler), Eddie Murphy (Winston Zeddemore), John Candy (Louis), Sandra Bernhard (Janine) and Paul Reubens (Ivo Shandar/Gozer), the future-set supernatural comedy in which roving teams of ghost catchers protect humanity from the supernatural, directed by Ivan Reitman, cost a whopping $300 million to make, featured hundreds of monsters, including a giant marshmallow man, and spawned not one but two sequels; the second of which got smoothly underway recently with the full, gracious participation of all of the original cast.

Ok, all of that happened in a parallel universe, where casting decisions went the other way, Dan Aykroyd’s original script got the green light, where perhaps dogs and cats live together in mass hysteria...but we got “Ghostbusters” instead. We wouldn't trade.

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