Twelve old high school friends are murdered one by one during a reunion party that takes place on Christmas eve.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Foteini Levogianni ...
Eleni Theodoridou ...
Scarlet Boohara
Marianna Mavrou ...
Sarah Michelle Skrofa
Aleka Katseli ...
Filitsa Pardalos
Eleanna Stathopoulou ...
Heide Psofa
Georgina Vasilopoulou ...
Jesy / Bilia
Danae Chrysagi ...
Dana Del Ray
Dimitra Kastelli ...
Kathy Setiston
Mimi Castelli ...
Cariolina Gonjalez Kounatonores
Elena Barba ...
Sasha Pasta
Vivetta Lainioti ...
Mary Jane Hoston
Eleni Taze ...
Mary Beth Roufaton
Adonis Spirtzis ...
Pizza Boy
Santa Clauss
Hara Kolaiti ...
Santa's Mistress


Twelve old high school friends are murdered one by one during a reunion party that takes place on Christmas eve.

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This Christmas won't be just merry... They will be bloody merry! See more »


Short | Comedy | Horror



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Release Date:

15 August 2012 (Greece)  »

Also Known As:

Total Black Christmas  »

Box Office


€1,000 (estimated)

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


The character "Dana Del Ray" is a clear reference to Lacey's Chambert character, also called Dana, from the remake of "Black Christmas" which heavily inspired this movie. Also the character played by Marianna Mavrou was named Sarah Michelle to pay homage to Sarah Michelle Gellar who starred in numerous slasher movies in the 90s. See more »

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"Who are you? You definitely don't look like Santa Claus to me!"
18 December 2015 | by (ukwitchcountry) – See all my reviews

This fun horror comedy short features a group of snarky old school 'friends' in their luxurious apartment at Christmas time who are comically menaced and picked off one by one by a mysterious masked killer! Could the phantom assailant possibly turn out to be one of their own? I'll never tell! What I really enjoyed about this was that all of the attractive girls were likable and very sassy and passionate in the delivery of their foreign lines. they were very funny and I wouldn't have minded watching a full length movie version with the same cast. One thing that bothered me about it was that it wasn't gory at all, which kind of cheapened the overall effect. But I still found it to be enjoyably kooky and macabre but not in a nasty way and the atmosphere really worked for me. It's crammed with Christmas imagery and has a great festive tone to it that makes it ideal to watch at this time of year. The English language soundtrack that plays in the background throughout is also weird and nice touch. I really enjoyed this when I first watched it several years ago despite how I couldn't understand a single word that was being said! Well, that is apart from the final words that are stated in a hilariously badass way. It's very goofy and tongue in cheek, and I may not be able to comprehend Greek but I didn't really have to in order to get a kick out of it. I could tell going by the attitudes and body language that it was a very well done parody of slasher movies. Bravisimo ladies!!!

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