New Year's Eve is on it's way and TV's most famous punk-rock lady icon Diane Sullivan is holding a late hour countdown celebration of music and partying. All is going well until Diane recieves a phone call from a odd sounding stranger announcing on live Television that when New Year's strikes in each time zone, a 'Naughty Girl' will be murdered (punished), and the killer leaves a threat saying she will be the one to die last. The studio crew takes precautions and highten security, but on the other side of America, a hospital nurse is found brutally butchered. Who could be behind these murders? A crazed fan, a religious psychotic, or perhaps it's someone much closer to Diane then the police (or audience) could have ever expected.
A celebration of the macabre.
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Did You Know?
One of several holiday-themed horror films that followed the success of Halloween (1978) in 1980. The notable difference here is the murderer's face is revealed early on, he isn't masked until the finale of the movie. See more
Co-producer Yoram Globus's name in opening credits is mis-spelled "Yorum". See more
I'm a man of God, not a man of violence!
During the closing credits crawl the speed of the crawl visibly speeds up after the cast but then slows again toward the end for the soundtrack credits. See more
Performed by Made in Japan
Lyrics & Music by Anthony H. Fried
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