We follow a serial killer and his victims as they all prepare for Christmas in their own ways. This year it doesn't matter if you have been naughty or nice, Santa is coming to town no matter what, and he knows where you live.
Murderer gets caught after terrorizing and killing people during Christmas night for past 13 years in Norway. After being in solitary for almost 6 years, psychopath escapes couple days ... See full summary »
Ida Malene Smith Bakke
Horrifying shocker as a biological experiment goes haywire when meat-eating mutant roaches invade an island community, terrorizing a peaceful New England fishing village and hideously ... See full summary »
The story of 'CHRISTMAS SLAY' begins on a wintry Christmas Eve in the picturesque Kentish countryside, the horrific murder of a loving family, and the capture of a Santa Claus obsessed ... See full summary »
Laura Ellen Wilson,
When Michael Briskett meets the perfect woman, his ideal Christmas dream comes true when she invites him to her family's holiday celebration. Dreams shattered, Michael struggles to survive once he realizes HE will be Christmas dinner.
"O'Hellige Jul!" follows both a serial killer as he plans for his next kills, and the next set of victims he has set his sights on. As the group of friends we get to know prepare for Christmas in their own way we also follow the killer as he stalks and does his final research for this years Christmas cruelty. In the last act of the movie he invades the home of our group of friends to execute his twisted little plan as foreshadowed in the first act.Written by
"O'Hellige Jul!" is the first effort of directors Magne Steinsvoll and Per-Ingvar Tomren to make a real full-length film and they wanted to use this experience as a private film education. In order to grow as much as possible as filmmakers, they wanted to make the production as challenging as they could. This included never using CGI, working only with amateurs, children, animals, not having a finished script during production and building the entire film out of pieces that ordinary films wouldn't have used. One of the concepts for "O'Hellige Jul!" is that it would be like if the film makers came over a trash can filled with footage that an ordinary Christmas slasher had thrown away, because they were either too brutal or mundane, and decided to edit these scenes together. Making a coherent and entertaining story only out of pieces normal films would reject seemed like a perfect challenge for the daring filmmakers. See more »