Zoe, a strange child, has a not so imaginary friend Krampus, who is the dark companion of St. Nicholas.


Robert Conway


Owen Conway (collaborating writer), Robert Conway (screenplay) | 1 more credit »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Monica Engesser ... Dr. Rachel Stewart
Amelia Haberman ... Zoe Weaver
James Ray ... Detective Miles O'Connor
Kevin Tye Kevin Tye ... Dr. Tom Jennings
Sean G P Anderson Sean G P Anderson ... Lamaar Coelman
Owen Conway ... Joe Mooney
Carrie Fee Carrie Fee ... Katie Hoelzer
Shawn Saavedra Shawn Saavedra ... Andy Kelly
Nathaniel Burns ... Clay Ellsworth
Alexandria Stevens Alexandria Stevens ... Delores Kelly
Benjamin Foronda Benjamin Foronda ... Teddy Hoelzer
Angelina Mann Angelina Mann ... Ashley Ellsworth
Jeffrey Lamar Jeffrey Lamar ... Detective James Cegan
Gianna Frangella ... Young Rachel
Karen Rolston Karen Rolston ... Grandmother


Zoe is a strange little girl with a not so imaginary friend, Krampus, who is the dark companion of kindly old St. Nicholas. Krampus has been unleashed upon a small town, and the legendary demon will seek out all the naughty people to punish them at Christmas time. No one is safe as Krampus hunts them down, tortures them and then drags their helpless souls to the depths of hell. Written by Uncork'd Entertainment

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No Cheer
15 February 2016 | by scythertitusSee all my reviews

There is little positive to say about this movie apart from that they tried. There was certainly some thought put into the story, despite it also looking to be a desperate cash in on the Krampus name so close to the release of the studio produced film.

Besides this however there is only negatives as the writing and acting of this film are atrocious. To make matters worse the film makers clearly do not know how to make a small budget work for them. It helps to have some interesting characters who can fill time with fun dialogue, as well as a bit of flesh thrown in for distraction. However here the dialogue is terribly boring and goes on for far too long without the right pace and editing to make it engaging, and while a little flesh is a good tease, just sticking in some sex for no reason is far too cheap and only serves to highlight the lack of substance that they had to work with.

Overall this movie has nothing to offer apart from a passable idea for what could have been a decent story with more money and expertise behind the project. The main killer for this movie has to be the pace as it is just so, so painfully dull that it takes it away from the 'so bad that its funny' realm and puts it in the 'why am I even bothering to watch this' category. Avoid.

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Release Date:

3 November 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Hunted See more »

Filming Locations:

Phoenix, Arizona, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (5.1)



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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