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Editor’s Note: Justin here, hope you’re not done with the holidays just yet! Our contributor Josh Soriano is back to give the season a bloody yuletide sendoff with A Look Back at Bob Clark’s perennial slasher classic, Black Christmas!

Well that magical time of year is nearly upon us. Silver bells, sleigh rides and Santa Claus. For most, Christmastime is filled with joy,laughter and exchanging of gifts but what if it were also a time for a deranged psychopath to crank call a sorority house and terrify young co-eds? You’re probably thinking, “why would anyone want to think about such things during this wonderful season?” It’s because Black Christmas is one of the quintessential horror-holiday classics and rightfully earns its place as not only the best Christmas slasher film there is to date, but arguably, the first slasher film period. If you haven’t »

- Justin Edwards

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