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Tales from the Grave, Volume 2: Happy Holidays (2005)

| Horror | Video 2005
Come join the Old Crone one more time in this chilling sequel! This time around, the Crone takes you on a year's holiday journey. Watch what happens when Valentine's Day becomes a blood ... See full summary »

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Maria
Leo Fenwick ...
Hobart
Thomas Crnkovich ...
Seth
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Edna
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Tom
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Leprechaun
Joseph Haggerty ...
Mark Watkins
Diego De Vargas ...
Prof. Hastiggs
Joe Fontaine ...
Michael
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Derek
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Marcy Kay
Jon Christian ...
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Come join the Old Crone one more time in this chilling sequel! This time around, the Crone takes you on a year's holiday journey. Watch what happens when Valentine's Day becomes a blood bath. The luck of the Irish will be the only thing that will save you on St. Patrick's Day. Be careful of the curse of the mummy on Halloween night. On Thanksgiving, a turkey never tasted so good as Stanley does. And on Christmas, find out how Dorothy finally gets her angel. Come gaze one more time in the crystal ball and see how the "Holidays" can be so fun! Written by Stephanie Beaton

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Great horror flick
13 October 2005 | by See all my reviews

I had so much fun watching the different stories in this dark horror movie. I specifically enjoyed the Halloween episode. Elisa Eliot (http://www.ElisaEliot.com) steals the show as a miserable scared teenager. The special effects are great and the cast is a bundle of fun. The Director weaves together comedy and action to create an exciting romp through the different holiday seasons. Each chapter has its own unique vibe, plot, and horror characters and they are all glued together by the uniquely morbid storytellers voice. For the horror genre lovers this is a great choice to sit around with a bunch of friends and have a good laugh and a good scare on a dark and stormy night. If you are expecting the canned Hollywood high budget scream-like thrillers, this one is not for you. It is a gritty take on all the standard horror stories


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